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Upside West Village Offers Fresh Spring Cocktails

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Spring is finally here which means it’s time for fun spring cocktails!
Upside West Village is rolling out a new spring-inspired cocktail menu that features 10  seasonal handcrafted cocktails that are sure to please.
In addition to truly innovative cocktails, Upside West Village offers a vast wine menu, shareable appetizer plates and a breathtaking view of the downtown Dallas skyline.

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Garrison Brothers Releases To Enjoy

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Garrison Brothers Distillery, the first legal whiskey distillery in Texas, announced today the second release of their multi-award-winning twice-barreled bourbon, Balmorhea. Whiskey aficionados around the globe have undoubtedly heard the Garrison Brothers and Balmorhea names often over the past few months — the bourbon recently won numerous awards in spirit contests across the US and received glowing reviews in top industry publications. Continue reading

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Last Minute Easter Brunch Ideas

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FW Empty Bowls Food Bank Event May 1

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Tarrant Area Food Bank’s annual Empty Bowls fundraiser returns on Wednesday, May 1 with new restaurants, art demonstrations and more. The event takes place from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. on Wednesday, May 1 at the Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth. Tickets are now on sale at tafb.org.

With each ticket purchase, guests can select a bowl handcrafted by local artists and sample soups, desserts and other small bites from local restaurants and chefs. New restaurants include Snooze an A.M. Eatery, Righteous Foods and several others. Many Fort Worth favorites are also returning. View the full list on the event page at tafb.org. Continue reading

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Coffee and Bone Bar Opens in West Village

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Formula Wellness Center, a North Texas-based wellness services provider focused on on-site medical testing and other treatments that refresh and energize the body, has opened a new West Village location at 3600 McKinney Ave., Suite 100, in Dallas. In addition to offering a membership-based focus on healthcare, the new location also features a variety of custom, in-house food and beverage options including a coffee and bone broth bar and to-go Formula Foods. Continue reading

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Shop Like A Pro At Your Local Latin Market

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The myriad of Latin groceries are growing by leaps as the Hispanic population grows in Dallas, taking over many of the traditional American-style stores that are on the decline. El Rancho Inc. operates a chain of Hispanic grocery stores, El Rancho Supermercado. Its stores sell groceries, a host of variety meats including pre-marinaded carnitas and fajitas, cooked Mexican dishes, frozen products, fruits and vegetables, dairy products, seafood, drinks, desserts, cakes, and tortillas.

The company has stores in Dallas, Austin, Lewisville, Cockrell Hill, Fort Worth, Arlington, and Odessa in Texas. El Rancho Inc. was founded in 1988 and is based in Garland, Texas.  Continue reading

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Chef John Tesar’s Knife Butcher is Now Open at The Shops at Willow Bend

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Since 2014 Chef John Tesar’s nationally-renowned steakhouse, Knife, has become a dining staple in North Texas with its original location opening at The Highland Dallas and its second outpost opening its doors at in Plano last October. Now, Tesar is introducing his newest concept, Knife Butcher, sandwiched between Knife Burger and Knife steakhouse at The Shops at Willow Bend. Knife Butcher ships anywhere in the United States so Knife fans everywhere can enjoy John’s signature dishes at home.

Tesar’s butcher shop offers all the same cuts of meat available at Knife, but packaged to order for the at-home chef. From 44 Farms filets, to 240-day dry aged rib eye’s, Knife Butcher will up the ante of at home cooking, allowing consumers to leverage the relationships that Tesar has nurtured over the years to gain access to top quality Texas-bred meat.  Continue reading

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