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Bistro 31 Offers A Beautiful Menu With Impeccable Service

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Bistro 31 is what I like to call a beautiful dining decision. All the elements are at hand, a gorgeous atmosphere coupled with a seriously well executed menu and service above reproach.

It is only appropriate that a restaurant located in Dallas’ finest plaza which features exclusive shopping experiences such as Fendi, Dior and Hermes also hosts an impeccable restaurant such as Bitro 31. Consider the low-lustre Venetian plaster walls, custom Murano chandeliers, walls featuring contemporary art by local artists and a stand-up Art Deco coffee bar. Continue reading

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Hey Grandpa, What’s for Supper?

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We invite our readers to send in photos and descriptions of their latest dinner conquest.  We put out this on occasion for everyone to see.

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Meat Fight 1k Drive-Thru Benefiting People Living with MS – Tickets May 4th

This year, we’re Dallas-ing the Meat Fight 1k: Instead of walking a 1k, you don’t even have to leave the comfort of your car. Just show up, drive-thru, and we’ll put a box of barbecue and fancy-snacks-for-2 in your trunk. Buy a ready-to-reheat BBQ Box filled with barbecue and crazy-amazing bites from your favorite restaurants in Dallas, pick it up on Saturday, May 29th at Lakewood Brewing Co., and kick off a solid Memorial Day weekend by snacking all day. Each box even comes with a finisher medal for the person who eats the most snacks! 

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Fletcher’s Original Corny Dog Introduces New All-Beef Dog To Menu

In celebration of National Beef Month, Fletcher’s Original Corny Dogs is excited to announce the addition of a new menu item to their existing line-up of products. For a limited-time, fans will find an all-beef dog called MAKE MINE TEXAN at Fletcher’s Pop-Up appearances throughout the Summer. To address consumer demand, Fletcher’s worked with local meat purveyor Syracuse Sausage to create an original recipe for the company made with brisket (and other secret ingredients) to give it a natural, hickory flavor that compliments Fletcher’s proprietary cornmeal batter.

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Tickets go on sale TODAY For Taste Addison — North Texas’ original food & music festival – note new capacity limitations

Since its inception in 1993, Taste Addison has earned a reputation for curating the most exciting collection of musical entertainment and pairing it with a menu of culinary treats that showcases the city’s celebrated restaurant history. When the festival returns June 4-5, 2021, it will again present an array of musical legends sure to please everyone. Tickets for the festival go on sale at 10 a.m. May 3.

On Friday night, Taste Addison celebrates its opening night with a party on the Main Stage. The high-energy David Whiteman Band kicks off the festival covering a wide range of genres. Then, Emerald City Band revels in danceable Top 40 covers from the ’80s, ’90s, ’00s and today. Finally, rapper-singer Flo Rida closes out the evening with fun party hits like “Low,” “Right Round” and “Good Feeling.”

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Suburban Yacht Club to open at Granite Park in June

Suburban Yacht Club, the latest restaurant concept from the team at 33 Restaurant Group is slated to open on The Boardwalk at Granite Park, June 2021.

“We’re excited to introduce Suburban Yacht Club to The Boardwalk,” says 33 Restaurant Group Founder Preston Lancaster. “The SoCal vibes are evident throughout the diverse and evolving offerings on the menu to the flow of the indoor/outdoor dining space and distinctively spirited cocktails. We look forward to sharing these elemental coastal vibes with our neighbors.”

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