Chef Stefon Rishel with Trident Restaurant Group will soon open the Wishbone & Flynt doors to the public. Together the group brings more than 75 years of experience in the restaurant and hospitality industry to the new concept, which will launch in the trendy South Main district of Fort Worth. The restaurant is slated to open in late January/early February of 2020. Continue reading
Cochon555, the epic annual food, wine and spirit celebration, returns to Dallas on Sunday, February 9. This year’s all-inclusive feast will feature a prestigious group of chefs who are at the top of their game when it comes to whole animal cooking as well as farmers who are responsibly raising heritage breed pigs. One hundred-plus prominent chefs, farmers, sommeliers, distillers, brewers and barkeeps will join together in creating an unforgettable experience that educates and entertains in the name of safe, honest and delicious food. Continue reading
Black-eyed peas are a New Year’s Day “good luck” tradition. But for Mel LeMane, the Southern staple is something more. Black-eyed peas literally launched his family into the restaurant business, and they’re the most requested side dish at Po’ Melvin’s, which serves up Southern comfort fare from an unassuming strip mall space in Irving. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
As we prepare for New Years Eve, and decide upon the many celebrations that we won’t wish to miss, we know Dallas Chop House will be preparing a splendid table fir you and yours. We are running their vast menu today, and to be honest it is a little overwhelming. But decisions need to be made along with reservations!
One of our favorite chefs, Richard Triptow will be creating somethings you will surely enjoy. Happy New Year. Continue reading
The hardest part of New Year’s Eve is deciding where to celebrate. But Shell Shack has solved that problem for you by hosting a fun and festive party. There’s no cover to get in, but there will be plenty of food and drinks. The kitchen will be serving up delicious crab, catfish. oysters, shrimp and other favorites all night long, while the bar pours beer, bubbly and creative cocktails. Continue reading
by Melissa Alouf
Just as a good film tells you the overall story within the first scene, so too does the Drake’s Hollywood tell you about the restaurant experience to be had upon entering.
The crimson leather scalloped banquette booths that line the walls harken back to the early 1960’s of Las Vegas. Each seat looks and feels like a special spot. Unlike the current trend of large open rooms for seating, the Drake has managed to create a welcoming intimacy with its table arrangements. Live jazz plays on Sunday nights and the ambiance couldn’t be more perfect for it. Continue reading
In late December and all the way through early January, it’s a time for celebration. The end-of-year holidays don’t just mean gifts, time off work, and vibrant decorations. They also mean time with loved ones. This time together doesn’t always happen in the course of a few hours; sometimes you’ll have guests over for days or even weeks. Continue reading