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Twin Peaks To Open in Mexico City

TWIN PEAKS - Mexico City Franchiseeby Alex Gonzalez

One of Dallas’ most unique sports bar offerings is Twin Peaks, where the beers are cold, the food is filling and the ladies are pretty. Not to mention, the customer service is top-notch. In hopes to replicate the signature components of Twin Peaks across the border, a group of Mexican franchisees plan to bring the restaurant to various parts of Mexico City. Continue reading

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Eight best places to watch the game in Dallas

texasby Alex Gonzalez

Football season is upon us, and for many of us millennials who don’t have the luxury of cable, finding the right place to catch the game can pose a bit of a challenge. Luckily, Dallas, a city who boasts some of the most legendary sports teams in the nation, is filled with plenty of bars, dives and lounges to watch the big game. Whether you’re a Cowboys, Mavs, Stars or Rangers fan, Dallas has plenty of places that align with your style and help you maintain your game day spirits. Continue reading

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Texas All Star Craft Beer, Wine and Cocktail Festival

beer girlby Alex Gonzalez

Earlier this month, Globe Life Park hosted Texas All Star Craft Beer, Wine and Cocktail Festival in Arlington, TX. The road to this festival was rough, however, the end results proved fruitful. The festival featured hundreds of craft beer, wine, and cocktail brands from around DFW and the world. Notable guests, including Texas Rangers Alumni, were in attendance, and attendees of the festival enjoyed live music, games and tasty bites from local food vendors. Continue reading

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Nosh Premier This Week

image1 (32).jpegby Alex  Gonzalez    photos provided by Nosh

Over the course of the past 40 years, Chef Avner Samuel has been an active force in Dallas’ dining scene. Known for his restaurants like Aurora and earlier versions of Nosh Bistro, Samuel is a master of Mediterranean cuisine. His resume boasts incredible feats, including  Executive Chef for The Crescent Court Hotel, The Mansion, The Fairmont Hotel, and The Churchill Hotel London. Following the closure of the original Nosh in 2010, Samuel spent two-and-a-half years in Israel getting in touch with new Middle Eastern dining trends.  Continue reading

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Sundown at Granada Welcomes Marcus Kopplin and Justin Box

66790621_500239277450971_6383633458530353152_nby Alex Gonzalez

For years, Granada Theater has been the best venue to catch a show on Lower Greenville, and their bar restaurant. Sundown at Granada, has become a launching pad for the careers of local acts. Concert nights in Lower Greenville just got even better, as Sundown at Granada has just introduced a new seasonal menu curated by Chefs Marcus Kopplin and Justin Box. Continue reading

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Duo of Cafes Charm Lemmon Avenue

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For years, 4218 Lemmon Ave has been deemed cursed, due how quickly restaurants seem to come and go in that outpost. Over the course of the past five years, the storefront saw the closings of Catalina to Lolitas, Tallywackers and most recently, Roux Bistro. For the cursed building’s newest restaurant, guests can enjoy a breakfast and brunch concept during the day and a lovely Italian dinner during the night. In the mornings and early afternoons, the storefront serves as Eggsellent Cafe, and in the evenings, it serves as Cafe Venice. Continue reading

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