Category Archives: Joey Stewart

Ballast Point Pairing Dinner at TJ’s Seafood Market & Grill

Beer Lineupby Joey Stewart

TJ’s Seafood Market and Grill partnered with Ballast Point beers on Monday evening for a five-course dinner which was paired with five limited edition craft beers.

Ever since TJs opened their second location at Royal and Preston, they have featured a rotating selection of the San Diego based brewery’s beers. Owner Jon Alexis told the crowd they are planning more pairing dinners in the coming months, as well as adding a few “non seafood” dishes to the everyday TJs menu.   Continue reading

Leave a comment

Filed under Crave, Joey Stewart

Bacon and Beer Classic at The Foundry

b6by Joey Stewart

The weather was perfect on Saturday for the Bacon and Beer Classic at the Foundry.

Now in it’s fourth year, the event takes place at several cites all over the United States and London, and features 36+ mostly local craft beers, a Moscow mule booth, unlimited bacon strips, and gourmet bacon infused dishes. Guests enjoyed a range of activities such as live music, a bacon eating contest, giant jenga, cornhole, and bacon bobbin.   Continue reading

Leave a comment

Filed under Crave, Joey Stewart

Green Room Mussels Only Part of the Adventure at 20 Feet Joint

Green Room Mussels1by Steven Doyle   photos by Joey Stewart

Often imitated, the originator of the Green Mussels can be found at his own restaurant, 20 Feet Seafood Joint. Marc Cassel created this dish decades ago when he was executive chef at the Green Room in Deep Ellum. Those mussels may still be found on the menu several incarnations of the restaurant later. While walking the steps to the rooftop bar you will even spot chef Cassel’s original chef coat. He left that sort of impression on the digs.   Continue reading

3 Comments

Filed under Crave, Joey Stewart, Steven Doyle

First Look: Lovers Seafood & Market

exteriorphotos by Joey Stewart

Crave DFW was graciously invited to Tracy Rathbun and Lynae Fearing’s newest venture, Lover’s Seafood and Market last night to take a peek inside and sample some of the menu. The space features a raw bar, twelve seat group table, dining room, full bar, and a fresh seafood counter for those that wish to cook at home.   Continue reading

Leave a comment

Filed under Crave, Joey Stewart

Two Great Chefs Join Forces Again For a Superb Valentine’s Dinner Event

wide-interiorby Joey Stewart

Chef David Uygur of Lucia and Yutaka Yamato of Yutaka combined their many talents on Sunday evening for the second Valentine’s dinner in as many years. The previous event took place at Lucia, so this time it was Yutaka’s turn. When asked about the inception of the event, Uygur said “We both love dining at each others’ restaurants, so it makes perfect sense”. Justin Holt of Lucia also took place in the creation and execution of the dishes.

The six-course menu was paired with wine and sake and featured a sorbet course served on an illuminated ice block while all the lights in the restaurant were turned off.
We hope this becomes a tradition for years to come.   Continue reading

Leave a comment

Filed under Crave, Joey Stewart

A Sneak Peek at Savor Gastropub’s Angel Envy Dinner Feb 28th

sav4by Joey Stewart

CraveDFW was invited to Savor Gastropub on a late afternoon this week as Chef Matt Hank and team were testing out the menu for their upcoming whiskey dinner to be held on Tuesday February 28th. Savor typically favors wine dinners, so when a former employee and now brand ambassador for Angel’s Envy suggested the event, the Chef wasn’t sold.   Continue reading

Leave a comment

Filed under Crave, Joey Stewart

Baboush Still Going Strong (And How About Those Tasty Cocktails)

interiorby Joey Stewart

When Baboush opened way back in August of 2011, it garnered good reviews and quickly became a popular spot. We hoped it would succeed, but in the ever-changing West Village arena, you never know. We’re glad to report that with over five years behind them, Baboush stays solid and is still a great choice for a romantic or tasty evening out.  Continue reading

Leave a comment

Filed under Crave, Joey Stewart