Adair’s Saloon opened in 1963 on Cedar Springs and operated by S.L. and Ann Adair. They were known for their cold beer and a half pound cheeseburger that brought in plenty of local college students who were encouraged to let their artistic side out by marking up the walls with graffiti. Continue reading →
Palmer’s Hot Chicken – the beloved Nashville hot chicken concept with a location in East Dallas’ historic Hillside Village shopping center will open their second location in Preston Hollow this winter at 12300 Inwood Rd #130, Dallas, TX 75244. The restaurant will be open for lunch and dinner as well as curbside pick-up and delivery on most major third-party delivery apps.
The concept was created by Texas native and Nashville-bred Palmer Fortune. Fortune and Chef/Partner Mills Garwood are known for their award-winning recipes and have quickly become a hot chicken staple in Dallas. Everything on the menu is made from scratch including desserts, signature sauces, dressings and sides. Proteins are of the highest quality with fresh farm raised catfish and gulf shrimp. The star of the show, the Nashville hot chicken takes 24 hours to make and pays homage to the original Nashville hot chicken creator, Thornton Prince. It is the authentic, original recipe without any twists.
The American government hordes cheese. It’s an odd deal you may want to investigate, but there are actual stores of processed American cheese, not too unlike Velveeta, in giant government warehouses on the ready to distribute to disaster victims, food banks and welfare recipients. Other governments have been offered this cheese and refused. Ronald Reagan loved the program, with piles equivalent to two pounds per person. But what can be done with this cheese? Why not make queso? Continue reading →
Zero Gradi Gelateria and Dessert Bar just made its U.S. debut in Dallas’ City Center District and is now transporting Dallasites to Amalfi Coast’s beautiful beaches.
Imagine walking barefoot along the Italian coast, surrounded by cloudless blue skies and the Mediterranean sea’s clear emerald water. What would make the moment even more perfect? Fresh, handcrafted Italian pastries and gelato, which you can find just off the shores of the Amalfi Coast.
CVD Developments, LLC – owners of 400 Gradi Dallas, located right next to the new Zero Gradi Gelateria and Dessert Bar – wanted an experiential design firm to help bring this Italian vision to life, while also sticking to the concept’s Australian roots. So, they hired Harrison, a Dallas-based, award-winning design consultancy with a worldwide reach. Harrison also has offices in the U.K. and Melbourne, Australia, which perfectly positioned the company to support Zero Gradi. As concept designer and architect of record, Harrison provided the client with turnkey service. Inspiration for their designs came from the pastel-colored parasols that lined the Amalfi Coast beaches during the ‘60s and ‘70s.
Growing up in Dallas it would be difficult to avoid the enchilada. The Tex-Mex beauties delicately filled, rolled and sauced for your dining pleasure. And what great memories most Texans have as children growing up noshing on the humble enchilada each Wednesday in our public schools, the same day that El Fenix offers their inexpensive deal on enchiladas. Perhaps some lay in puddles of grease, but we know how to sop that up with a tortillas for an extra side-car treat.
This past week we craved enchiladas and sought them out with vengeance. This began as our five favorites, but as we started in on them the list grew. Enjoy these enchiladas are in no particular order because Cinco de Mayo and all.
By the way, the list does not include marvelous Mexican restaurants such as Jose. We certainly do not consider them in the same category as Tex Mex.
Fletcher’s Original Corny Dogs is pleased to join in partnership with Goldbelly, America’s leading platform for food e-commerce, to ship their iconic Corny Dogs to all 50 states through Goldbelly.com. Starting today, July 12. customers can pre-order for delivery starting Tuesday, July 20. The Fletcher family likes to think that you can credit America’s obsession with fried foods, in part, to brothers Neil & Carl Fletcher. In 1942, the brothers invented a brand-new food category and perfected what we know today as a “Corny Dog.” Over 500,000 corny dogs are sold annually throughout the 24 days of the State Fair of Texas. That’s 60,000 pounds of hot dogs! Now, corn dog obsessed consumers will be able to get their Fletcher’s fix anytime of the year.
“For nearly 8 decades Fletcher’s has been a tradition for families in Texas at the State Fair every year,” said Amber Fletcher, Head of Marketing, Fletcher’s Original Corny Dog. “We are thrilled to partner with Goldbelly to make our famous hand-dipped Corny Dogs available nationwide for those missing a taste of home or wanting to enjoy this classic Texas fried fare.”