The Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, which has often been referred to the Bridge to Nowhere certainly has redeemed that notion. As Mike Hiller broke over in December, there will be a multi-acre restaurant wonderland called Trinity Grove. Trinity Grove will encompass over 50 acres and will host restaurant incubations from some of the top chefs of Dallas, plus many springing out for the first time. Continue reading
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You are the first to know about this very special event. Our first tour of the year will be the 2012 Dallas Dive Bar Tour. We will meet at a secret location revealed one day before the event and check out some of the best dives in the Dallas area. There are limited seats available, so grab yours now. The tour runs Saturday January 14, 2012 from 7pm to midnight. Continue reading
We have been keeping a close eye on the work of Keith LaBonte, owner of Four Lounge located at State and Allen in Uptown. The barman has been making crazy good drinks at the tiny lounge and recently announced a new cocktail menu.
There were many advances in the Dallas restaurant scene in 2011, and we are looking for many more in the coming new year. We would like to take a moment to bring attention to several exciting trends that took place. Later in the week we will focus on some trends we would like to see spring up in Dallas. Continue reading
Holiday time is here when we think about ribbons and packages, good friends and wine. Well, more about wine than anything else. Best make your plans for New Year’s Eve as soon as possible and we have a few suggestions. The list appears in the order we received the information. When making your plans you might also wish to check out proper transportation or lodging.
We started with dining options and ended with clubs and parties. If we missed your party or dinner, let us know and we will include you on the big list. Continue reading
We checked out the new Chesterfield’s which opens its doors today and is owned by Eddie “Lucky” Campbell and Ed Bailey (of Bailey’s Prime Plus). The small, but plush lounge is located at 1404 Main Street in downtown Dallas. The look and feel will take you back to Prohibition times. The waitresses even have a flapper-ish look about them at the new bar.
While sampling a few of the small plates offered by chef Michael Ehlert we were also able to taste some of the superb cocktails . The food we were able to try had a Middle Eastern flair and were extremely flavorful and well executed by Ehlert. Think kabobs and falafel. We were also able to sample a foie torchon, so the menu is not just simple bar fare. Early press releases mentioned flat breads and heartier dishes such as braised short ribs. Continue reading
Have a need for organic milk, beef or artisan baked goods but not wanting to leave the house or office? We reported on Artizone many months ago and thought nit was time to check in on the unique delivery service.
When we first ran a story on Artizone they had just started out in the artisan delivery business. And in the past few months we have been hearing more positive feedback from readers on Artizone. Since that time so many months ago Artizone has expanded to add a variety of goods including beer and wine. Continue reading