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Dallas Brew Bus Celebrates Fifth Anniversary

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A business that seems to have more fun than should legally be allowed, The Dallas Brew Bus has now enjoyed five years of continuous tours around local breweries, safely introducing thousands of hoppy customers to the burgeoning local beer scene.

To commemorate the auspicious occasion of the fifth year The Dallas Brew Bus will be visiting three breweries including Turning Point, 3 Nations, and Community Beer Co. Continue reading

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Relleno Night at Mia’s

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Dallas has this rich Tex Mex history with various threads of families woven throughout a whole  host of restaurants, some dating back over 100 years. The Rodriguez family is certainly one of the most successful and include Mico Rodriguez’ ultra famous Micocina and more recently Mr Mesero and Mesero (although similar in name, both unique), and his mother’s very famous Mia’s on Lemmon to name a few. Continue reading

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Hudson House Now Serving Brunch

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Hudson House, the East Coast inspired neighborhood restaurant located at 4448 Lovers Lane is now serving weekend brunch.

The all-American menu begins with classic cocktails front and center. With the Morning Cure vodka, orange juice, ginger beer, Dad’s Cure Codigo Blanco, lime juice, prosecco, Mom’s Cure Grey Goose, Lillet, lemon juice, prosecco and more, brunch is already looking like a promising start.

Dig into savory dishes such as the Eggs Benny classically prepared with hollandaise and choice of country ham, smoked salmon or lobster; Egg White Frittata with white truffle mushrooms, spinach, tomato, herbed goat cheese, arugula salad; the Hudson Valley Sandwich smoked bacon, cheddar, scrambled eggs, dijonaiise and avocado dip and more classic entrées. Continue reading

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Japanese Spring Food Festival April 22nd

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Dallas Japanese restaurants, organizations and talents team up to create a fun food festival to highlight favorite Japanese dishes, to celebrate local Japanese talents and to celebrate Haru Matsuri (Spring)!

The Japanese Spring Food Festival will be held on Sunday, April 22, from 5 pm to 9 pm at Niwa Japanese BBQ’s patio and neighboring patio.  Free event. There will be 4 food and drink stations serving yakitori skewers from Niwa Japanese BBQ, sushi and rolls by Y’s Catering Kitchen, ramen debut by Ichigoh (opening Summer 2018) and drinks by George Kaiho of Jettison.  Niwa Japanese BBQ restaurant will be open that day and serving from their full menu. Continue reading

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Fortress Festival April 28-29 in FW

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Fortress Festival is excited to unveil final details leading up to the second annual event, including the full performance schedule, vendor lineup and new ancillary events. The 2018 music festival is taking place Saturday and Sunday, April 28 and 29 in the internationally renowned Cultural District of Fort Worth. Two-day and single-day GA and VIP tickets are still available for purchase here. Continue reading

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Uchiba Continues Uncommon Ramen Series, Benefits Local Charity

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Chef Alex Astrani of Uchibā, Tyson Cole’s new bar concept featuring specialty cocktails and sharable plates inspired by classic Asian flavors, will collaborate with Chef Callie Speer of Austin’s Holy Roller to create a ramen dish for the first installment of the 2018 Uncommon Ramen series. Continue reading

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Sixty Vines Opening in Dallas April 16

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Sixty Vines – the nationally recognized wine-centric restaurant – will begin transporting Dallasites to Napa/Sonoma Wine Country when it opens its doors on Monday, April 16.

The new restaurant, located at 500 Crescent Court, Ste. 160, will celebrate its grand opening from 5-11 p.m. on Monday. It will feature an indoor/outdoor design that feels fresh, lush, and purposeful. Naturally placed grape vines, wine barrels, and harvest tools create an ambiance similar to a vineyard tasting room. The open kitchen acts as a stage for the chefs to put on a show and enables guests to watch, hear, and smell dishes that are being prepared before they reach the table. Continue reading

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