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.”
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.”
Burgundy Swine, a local wine bar in Victory Park, is excited to team up with local chefs and restaurants for a wide variety of food and wine events. The kick-off event is this Saturday, May 1st with Terry Black’s BBQ for a casual lunch. Followed by a five-course dinner, with wine pairings, by Chef Jon Stevens of Stock & Barrel on Monday, May 10th. With the combination of great food, wine and live music, we’re looking forward to swining and dining all summer long.
“We opened just before the pandemic so we’re really looking forward to hosting events and introducing ourselves to Dallas. We know firsthand how much the hospitality industry has struggled this past year, so it was a no brainer to support local chefs and businesses for our first events of the summer”, says one half of Burgundy Swine’s owners, Alan Russell. “We’re thrilled to introduce great food, wine flights and even our new Wine Towers to the neighborhood and can’t wait to see everyone in person.”
Darna Euro-Mediterranean Market is bringing an immersive, cross-cultural culinary journey like no other to Legacy West this fall.
A celebration of the shops, cafés, street vendors and bazaars that attract people of all ages and cultures to the shores of the Mediterranean, Darna – meaning “Our House” in Arabic – will immerse its guests in a land draped in history and culture. From Spanish meat boards, French pastries, and Italian and Turkish flatbreads to Greek Souvlaki, Moroccan Tagines and Lebanese Mezze, a culinary adventure as wide as the Mediterranean Sea awaits.
Once inside Darna’s doors, guests will be immediately transported to an authentic Mediterranean market. An explosion of colors, patterns, smells and sounds will blend together varied cultures and traditions, resulting in an experience so real, you might momentarily forget you’re still in North Texas.
Rōti, the fast-casual Mediterranean concept offering bowls, salads and pitas, reopens its Dallas, TX location at 8301 Westchester Dr., with new menu items, fresh flavors and a brand new look, inviting customers to explore and discover crave-worthy food on Tuesday, May 4, 2021. Recognizing the need and importance of connecting with their guests after being away, Rōti has taken substantial steps to elevate the customer experience from the moment they walk in the door, providing a modern, inviting atmosphere, incredible service and food that allows all to “Crave Better.”
Stephanie Gray is a woman of action. She most recently spearheaded a chicken and dumpling cookoff at the bustling Fraternal Order of Eagles in Dallas benefitting suicide awareness and prevention among restaurant staffers, first responders and veterans. All this after recently suffering the loss of more than 20 friends to suicide.
Grey is a restaurant worker herself that has struggled along-side her fellow employees during the pandemic and saw a need that needed to be addressed. And she did.