Have you made your plans to attend the Untapped Beer Festival in the new Trinity Groves area of West Dallas on September 8, 2012? If you have not purchased your tickets yet you are falling dangerously close to missing out on the event altogether. We spoke to one of the organizers at The Common Table, Cory Pond who is also a beer man about town, and he told craveDFW that the VIP tickets were nearly depleted and the regular admission tickets will soon be gone as well. Continue reading
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Over 25 restaurants will be featuring their Milagro Margaritas on May 17th and 25th from 6-8pm that they will be entering in the Margarita Meltdown for the title of “Best Margarita in Dallas” voted by you. This years event will be held on May 27th, 2012 3pm-10pm.
Prime Bar , Tate’s, La Calle Dolce, Sfuzzi, Maximo, The Chesterfield, Four Lounge, El Ranchito, Asador, Bar at Belmont, Nova, JPepe’s, Monica Aca y Alla, Windmill Lounge, Veracruz Café, Cafe Maya, Mesa, Cyclone Anaya’s, Whiskey Cake, Thomas Avenue Beverage Commission, Central 214, La Costena, The Standard Pour, Katy Trail Ice house, and Hacienda on Henderson. Continue reading
For those with a foodie type of bucket list, there are more than a few hot events that should top that list. Certainly Terlingua Chili Cook-off, WurstFest in New Braunfels, the Conroe Cajun Catfish Festival and Hico’s Texas Steak Cook-off, if the latter has escaped your radar check out scenes from the annual event here.
The event, which is held Saturday, May 19th, 2012 this year, has been covered annually by the Food Network and is the largest steak cook-off in the Southwest, drawing thousands of tourists from all over the country. Hico is just 90 minutes southwest of the Dallas/Ft Worth Metroplex and approximately two hours north of Austin on scenic US 281. Continue reading
For those of you following the food truck scene in DFW, I’m pretty sure you are excited and curious our latest addition, the Coolhaus Truck. And for those who haven’t experienced food truck yet, this is one you don’t want to miss. First of all, what is Coolhaus? Continue reading
For most it is not a matter if, but where to celebrate Cinco de Mayo. The origins of the holiday hardly has roots in copious amounts of margaritas and cheap Mexican beer, but instead considered the turning point in what was until then a losing fight against the powerful invading French forces. The “Battle of Puebla” gave the Mexican people a renewed sense of hope in defending their beloved country and the eventual victory on May 5, 1862.
I suppose anytime you defeat invading French forces is a fantastic time to take a nip of tequila and should be celebrated in style. We assembled a few ways to pay your respects to Mexico and still possibly get your drink on at the same time. Continue reading