Kome, a new sushi and handroll bar has opened in the space previously occupied by Sushi De Handroll at The Hill in Dallas. Kome is located at 8041 Walnut Hill Ln St 820 in Dallas.
The owner is Roy Ahn, who opened several Japanese spots over the years in the DFW area, such as Sushi Zen in Southlake and Zena Sushi in Coppell. During a two-year hiatus, he dove into construction and even donuts, but now he is back in action with the help of his close friend Sean Kim.
Let’s take a look at some dishes we sampled recently.
North Italia has just rolled out their new fall/winter menu, and we thought we’d share the standouts with our readers. The spot is known for their house-made pastas and a modern approach to Italian dining. The new dishes center on seasonal ingredients such as butternut squash, fuji apple, figs, rainbow cauliflower and hazelnut, while also offering elevated versions of year-round staples.
“The new menu rollout was one of the largest we have seen since the brand began. The idea was to capture the most beautiful winter vegetables and present them in ways that are memorable for our guests,” said Executive Chef Austin Brown.
Here are five new dishes that we felt held their own against any of the best Italian dishes in the city.
After a two-year hiatus, the Forth Food & Wine Festival triumphantly returned last weekend, welcoming excited foodies to gorgeous weather, top chefs from near and far, delicious exotic dishes, stellar wines, craft beers and creative cocktails.
Located in the historic district of Deep Ellum, at 2647 Main Street, Dallas, TX 75226 and sharing a stand-alone building with local favorite Merit Coffee, the new restaurant and bar features a carefully selected wine program as well as an approachable yet sophisticated food menu.
With a motto of “drinking wine at lunch is not a crime”, the vibrant and passionate co-founder, Lauren Bailey explains, “Deep Ellum instantly caught our attention with its deep-rooted history, incredible buildings and lively community. We quickly fell in love with the art, the other businesses and most of all the people who make it such a special place. I had goosebumps when I first stepped into the building and knew in my gut that was the one.”
With roots hailing from Texas BBQ mecca, Lockhart, Texas, Terry Black’shas this amazing history in smoked meats which scream Texas.
We had the fortune to speak to the Black twins recently, giving us some insight into what is being served in the fairly new 10,000 square feet digs located in Deep Ellum, in the heart of Dallas. Twin pit-master brothers Mark and Michael Black run operations will skills that transcend generations. Continue reading →