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Ian Somerhalder and Paul Wesley on Brother’s Bond

Look for our fun interview of Ian Somerhalder and Paul Wesley (Vampire Diaries) who discuss their new bourbon brand, Bother’s Bond.

They detail dreaming up the idea of their own brand, the many iterations they tasted before bottling and life on the road promoting the bourbon. The interview will not only amuse but surprise.

Next week on CraveDFW.

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Burger Fest at Knife Dallas on Saturday, June 19th

Head to Knife Dallas on Saturday, June 19th for their Burger Fest complete with all-you-can-eat burgers by 44 Farms, French fries, and beer* from Texas Ale Project. The festivities will take place on Knife’s renovated patio where guests will enjoy their favorite Knife burgers like The Ozersky, The Pimento, and The Magic.

Tickets are required and are available for $25, plus tax and fees. To purchase your ticket, please visit Resy. For additional information or questions, please visit http://www.knifedallas.com or call (214) 443-9339.

*Limit of 2 beers per person.

Date: Saturday, June 19, 2021 3-5PM

Price: $25 per guest, plus tax and fees

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Ten Meaty Ideas In Dallas

dadby Steven Doyle

Dallas is steep up in plenty of steakhouses and barbecue joints and that what might endear most of us to this city. Even our vegan friends make pretend kabobs and chicken fried steaks because that is a thing.

Today we offer many meaty ideas for your beef bucket list. Playgrounds for adults to chew cow and even a pig or two.  If you have a favorite meat haven feel free to chime in below in the comment section. We only wish we had a free grill to add to this meat pile.  Continue reading

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Burger of the Day: Half Pound Burger at Lee Harvey’s

leeharvey2by Steven Doyle

There is a place, a hidden place, where you can find cold beer, great burgers and incredible live music. This is the place many know as Lee Harvey’s. In its own compound surrounded by barbed wire and a double gate to prevent happy pets from either getting in, or escaping, you will find nothing but great camaraderie and smiles at this hot spot in the Cedars area of Dallas.

The food at Lee Harvey’s is nothing short of splendid, and is made out of a kitchen  much smaller than your own at home. The food comes out quickly and perfect every time for a place with such adversity as this small workspace. But that is the only thing small about the bar. The burgers are enormous, clocking in at a half pound and topped with as many ingredients as you might care to savor. The meat is juicy and hand formed, and even though the bun is sturdy the juices make fast play with your ability to manage this monster.   Continue reading

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Grab a Flaming Moe at the Moe’s Tavern Pop Up

“D’oh!” Leave your Lisa at home and head over to The Whip and High Fives for Simpsons-themed food and beverage menus, interactive experiences, local art, tons of photo opportunities, nightly entertainment and more!

“Cowabunga!”

That’s right. This and That Hospitality – the folks behind neighborhood staples like High Fives, Tiny Victories, The Whip, Ferris Wheelers, Alice and Dibs on Victories – has done it again. They are transporting Dallasites to Springfield with the debut of the Simpsons pop-up at The Whip AND High Fives!

Starting Thursday, June 10, guests can visit Dallas’ very own Moe’s Tavern (The Whip) and Homer Simpson’s favorite burger spot, Krusty Burger (High Fives)! Located at the corner of Henderson and McMillan Ave. in Dallas, the pop-ups will be available for a limited time and will feature specials like:

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Adelmo’s Still Strong and Thriving After All These Years

adelmo1.jpgby Steven Doyle

For over 30 years Adelmo Banchetti has been filling the hearts and bellies of Dallasites at his iconic Knox area restaurant Adelmo’s, now located to Inwood Village. The man remains a stalwart in the industry whose name is instantly recognizable for great food, greater portions with an easy going price tag that has guests returning again and again.

Adelmo was born to serve in the restaurant industry beginning at 16 years old when he moved from Florence, Italy to Brussels to bus tables for a decade, moving to work cruise ships and eventually settling at Cornell University for formal training. Moving to Dallas proved his greatest effort working at restaurant luminaries such as Villa Buggati, the Pyramid Room at the Fairmont, the illustrious Beau Nash, and the Mansion on Turtle Creek before opening his eponymous Adelmo’s in 1989.  Continue reading

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