The Perry family opened its first restaurant in 1979 in Southeast Houston as a modest meat market called Perry’s Butcher Shop and Deli. In 1986, Chris Perry persuaded his father Bob to add dining tables, which eventually led to an expansion and the opening of a second market. As the markets gained popularity, Chris openedPerry’s Steakhouse & Grille in 1993. The original two butcher shops are also still in operation as Perry & Sons Market & Grille. Continue reading →
Bistro 31 is what I like to call a beautiful dining decision. All the elements are at hand, a gorgeous atmosphere coupled with a seriously well executed menu and service above reproach.
It is only appropriate that a restaurant located in Dallas’ finest plaza which features exclusive shopping experiences such as Fendi, Dior and Hermes also hosts an impeccable restaurant such as Bitro 31. Consider the low-lustre Venetian plaster walls, custom Murano chandeliers, walls featuring contemporary art by local artists and a stand-up Art Deco coffee bar. Continue reading →
On May 6, 2021 at 5 p.m, Eataly Dallas will open its first-floor café, Caffè Lavazza, which promises to be an Italian-style and all-day experience. The café, opening with Eataly’s partners at Lavazza, will serve as the store’s first-floor entrance from NorthPark Center, welcoming guests into an authentic Italian café as their first contact with the marketplace. This grand opening marks the completed construction of Eataly’s 46,000 square foot Dallas store. Two of the three levels of the Italian emporium have been open and thriving since December 9, 2020.
Rōti, the fast-casual Mediterranean concept offering bowls, salads and pitas, reopens its Dallas, TX location at 8301 Westchester Dr., with new menu items, fresh flavors and a brand new look, inviting customers to explore and discover crave-worthy food on Tuesday, May 4, 2021. Recognizing the need and importance of connecting with their guests after being away, Rōti has taken substantial steps to elevate the customer experience from the moment they walk in the door, providing a modern, inviting atmosphere, incredible service and food that allows all to “Crave Better.”
Serious Pizza – best known for its “Seriously Large” 30” pies – is gearing up to make its Fort Worth debut in May. Located at 2728 West 7th St., Serious Pizza Fort Worth will feature the brand’s over the top experience with giant pies, killer merch and more.
To help execute its upbeat, welcoming vibe, Serious Pizza is seeking up to 30 individuals for multiple positions, including line cooks, hosts, pizza runners, dough throwers and dish washers. Interested candidates can apply online at seriouspizza.com.