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Liberty Burger is Committed to Quality Food and Social Responsibility

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With five locations throughout DFW, Liberty Burger puts a grown-up spin on the American diner. The family-owned and Texas-grown burger establishment not only incorporates fresh and high quality American grown ingredients and responsibly raised meats in each meal, however, they are also committed to social contribution and environmental responsibility. Continue reading

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Dinner and Cocktails at Street’s Fine Chicken

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Located on The Strip on Cedar Springs is Street’s Fine Chicken’s flagship location. Upon opening in 2016, Street’s has offered Dallas residents and visitors delicious comfort food and cocktails, all of which encompass true southern hospitality. This summer, Street’s has added new cocktails to their list of already extravagant beverages.

For those wanting something bubbly and fruity, the Dam Thing Gone Wild is a sweet blend of Cazadores Blanco Tequila, J.R American Champagne, watermelon, lemon, lime, orange, blackberry and mint. While the idea of tequila and champagne may sound a bit daunting, the sweet flavors of the fruit mask the strong taste of the alcohol. Continue reading

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Get Pizza and Wine for Two for Just $22 at Sauce

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A Texas summer is upon us, which means it’s time for summer specials at our favorite restaurants. This summer, a beloved fast-casual Italian restaurant is offering a very tough to beat deal.

With three locations in the DFW metroplex, Sauce Pizza & Wine is returning with a Summer Sampler special, in which parties of two can get one pizza, a salad to share and two glasses of wine for the low price of $22. Continue reading

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Alamo Club Has a Luxurious and Reasonably Priced Brunch

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Located at Lowest Greenville, Alamo Club is an upscale southern style bar and restaurant with hearty plates, lavish cocktails, all at a reasonable price. On weekends, they serve brunch from a menu containing a selection of southern favorites, along with signature dishes.

Refreshing cocktails include the Champagne Sangria. Garnished with a grapefruit, the Champagne Sangria is a sparkling, fruity cocktail, cool to the sip and full of sweet citrus flavor. For those wanting to go a more traditional brunch route, the Blood Orange Mimosa Carafe offers a tangy twist on the classic mimosa. Plus, the entire carafe is only $10.00, a deal hard-pressed to beat, at $10 is what one would pay for a single mimosa at any other upscale bar. Continue reading

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Del Frisco Adds Fresh Ideas to Lunch Menu

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While Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse is one of America’s most luxurious restaurants to have dinner, they also have a great lunch menu filled with delicious light bites. On both weekdays and weekdays, guests of Del Frisco’s can choose from a selection of entrees less heavy than steaks, but equally as hearty and filling.

During lunch, Del Frisco’s offers the same cocktails as they do at dinner, however, the addition of the Mai Tai makes for a sweet, coconut-flavored Hawaiian spirit. Additionally, the Honey Bourbon cocktail is airy and lemon-y, with the aftertaste of a gummy candy. Continue reading

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Kuai: No Fryers, No Microwaves, Just Fresh Asian Cuisine

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The word “kuai” is a Mandarin word for “quick,” and Kuai’s Dallas Parkway storefront encompasses all things quick. At Kuai’s first ever brick and mortar outpost, Founder Jeff Hancock and crew work hard to keep the customers happy, by way of providing a fresh, clean space where lovers of Asian cuisine can dine on healthy and inexpensive food, all of which is prepared and delivered quickly.

Kuai first opened in 2006 in the form of a food court stall at Republic Tower. Hancock had been looking at food truck options in Houston, however, the city of Houston didn’t have the appropriate means or permits for food trucks. He and his brother took note from one of his favorite dumpling shops and later decided on downtown Dallas as the first location. Continue reading

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Margarita Meltdown 2019

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This past Sunday, Margarita Meltdown celebrated nine years of showcasing the best of the Dallas hospitality industry’s margaritas. This year’s festival took place along Dallas’ Historic West End, where 30 of Dallas’ best restaurants and bars competed for the title of Best Margarita. Each of those one-ounce ramekins packed a powerful, unique punch, with no two samples tasting alike, however, only one would take the title of Dallas’ Best Margarita. Continue reading

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