Saturday, February 9, I am leading a tour to demystify local ethnic markets around Dallas. This is where we load up on a bus and I escort a group of about 20 people to a handful of grocers that specialize in particular ethnicities. Continue reading
Category Archives: Food Tours
The team behind the two restaurants called Bombay Chopsticks in the Dallas area, including one off MacArthur Blvd and the other on Coit Road, will be running his new food truck very soon. The cuisine, as the name suggests, is an Indian/ Chinese fusion.
“We are Indian Chinese Cuisine and we bring a different cuisine to the Food Truck concept here in Dallas. Our goal it to bring Bombay to the streets of Dallas.” Continue reading
It’s no secret that I am a wandering tour guide for the city’s best restaurants. I feel it is my role at craveDFW and I am an actual food guide on weekends with Dallas by Chocolate. But I have done this for years. Weekends I would take my friends on tiny excursions around Dallas on warm Saturday afternoons, showing them my favorite spots to hang out for a cold beer or a savory bite.
Our impromptu tours might have included grabbing a bottle of wine and a sandwich at Jimmy’s Food Store, only to enjoy on Tom Spicer’s back patio next door which during a conversation might lead to the best mussel battle and we would be off to enjoy a shared batch at Vickery Tavern. This would lead to tacos at Cool and Hot in Oak Cliff, followed by cocktails at Bolsa and a late pizza and a beer at Nova on Davis. Continue reading
Tours are a fantastic way to see a city and get a bite of what the food and culture is all about. Starting June 9, 2012 Food Tours of America announced that they will be begin Walking Food Tours in Uptown on McKinney Avenue and West Village. These food tours will last approximately 2.5 hours with brief, scenic walks between tastings.
The Uptown Dallas Food Tour offers participants an insider’s view of Dallas’ most pedestrian-friendly areas with a special focus on interesting local In addition to generous tastings at several hand-picked eateries, each narrated walking tour includes historical attractions and anecdotes as the trained guides whisk pedestrians around the streets of Dallas. Continue reading