Care to dive into some terrific pizza while enjoying a nice craft beer? Yea, me too. Taverna Rossa Craft Pizza and Beer and Dallas’ own Four Corners Brewing host a five-course, beer-paired dinner on Monday, February 13 beginning at 6pm. Courses are: Continue reading
By Landry Rose
Dallas is diverse in culture and cuisines and lucky for us, we have our very own French crêperie to indulge in and to serve our crêpe cravings. And what better time than during the month of February that is dedicated to love.
A little south of the soaring Margaret Hunt Bridge is a cozy café tucked away in the community of Sylvan Thirty, serving mouthwatering savory and sweet crêoes is Whisk Crêpes Café. Continue reading
The second location of Greenville Avenue Pizza Company
is in the works, and this Friday, January 20th
, the pizza spot’s sign is going up. To commemorate the occasion, your friends at GAPCo will be across the street at Goodfriend Beer Garden, where they will be handing out 100 free T-shirts, to those who like them on Facebook, featuring that new signage.
Another Broken Egg Cafe, will open its second Texas location in Addison on Monday, January 23 at 4520 Frankford Road (corner of the Tollway and Frankford). This award-winning daytime restaurant (open daily from 7am – 2pm) is one of the fastest growing breakfast and brunch concepts in the nation. Continue reading
by Joey Stewart
The taste of Oysters can start a lively debate, but if you are a serious bivalve eater you know that Dallas has dozens of spots serving some of the best in the world. With over three hundred varieties in the US it’s one of the most diverse foods you’ll ever eat. Do you prefer the briny taste of east coast oysters, or the sweeter ones from the west? How about oysters from the south?
That’s an old school train of thought that we don’t produce great oysters in Texas or the Southeast. Regardless, here’s a list, in no particular order, of some of the top spots in Big D to get your fix on. We won’t list any spots that “rinse” their oysters before they serve them. That’s blasphemy to oyster addicts. Every restaurant will have different varieties on different days, but we’ve listed some of their more popular and recent selections. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
One of the greatest late night meals I have experienced in a long time was after a party in the King William District in San Antonio. It was nearing 1am and I had a hunger that only food would cure. Fortunately for me, there was a beacon that cried out in the night, not too unlike a blazing holy grail, and it lead me to the path of Hot Joy.
Hot Joy is all about the funkiness. The decor is cheesy Asian resell, the drinks are blow-me-down crazy good. The food, well the food is a blend of fusion that may have lost its way, but in a good sense of deliciousness. Here you will find a bowl of ramen such as the Double Miso with its shitake sofrito, burnt garlic oil,baby corn and soft egg that is ever so delicious. Get it further un-vegetarian-ized by adding pork belly for an extra 4 bucks. They also make a more traditional Tonkotsu ramen. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
You no doubt remember that iconic scene from Parks and Recreation where character Ron Swanson, portrayed by Nick Offerman, orders all the bacon and eggs the diner has.
If you have never watched the program, you still no doubt have heard these words spoken. Watch the scene here. Swanson was the ultimate carnivore and enjoyed eating large supplies of beef washed down by quantities of Lagavulin scotch. Continue reading