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Gilt City Dinner at the Mansion

by Steven Doyle

In March of 2010 Brooke Hortenstine, editor-at-large for local Paper City, did a clever piece with Mansion Restaurant executive chef Bruno Davaillon and cooked together for a day. This past weekend they reprised their kitchen tête-à-tête for Gilt City Dallas  and prepared a special dinner for a handful of people that virtually sold out in minutes.

As a last minute invited guest I was at once grinning and excited to see what the duo of Davaillon and Hortenstine might prepare. The menu was not created until the day before the event.

Stick with me on this, you have a chance to win a very special prize at the end of this read. Continue reading


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Restaurant Week Secrets Revealed

by Steven Doyle    photos by Robert Bostick

Restaurant Week  is blasting through full swing in Dallas and for those poor souls that have yet to make a reservation you may be out of luck. Of course we are here to help you through this difficult problem.

As you may be aware, Restaurant Week benefit’s the North Texas Food Bank (Dallas) and the Lena Pope Home (Fort Worth). Last year this event raised over $600,000 for the charities. Over 100 restaurants participate in this one to three week long event offering a prix fixe dinner for $35 with an extra course available with a Central Market’s  token offered with a $25 purchase at their store.

We spoke to a few restaurants today to see if there were any  tricks in getting a reservation during what can be the busiest hospitality season of the year. What we found should make you smile.  Continue reading


Filed under Abraham Salum, Andre natera, Bruno Davillion, chefs, Jeffery Hobbs, restaurant news, Restaurant Week, Samir Dhurandhar, Steven Doyle, Wine

Food Photo of the Week

Ceaser Salad by Bruno Davillion

photo by Robert Bostick

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