by Steven Doyle
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
Just announced, Perle on Maple will be having specials for Bastille Day and National Ice Cream Day, just two more delicious reasons to visit the French-inspired restaurant in The Stoneleigh this month. (Perle on Maple also provides food and drink service poolside at The Stoneleigh. Day passes start at $30 and can be reserved at ww.daypass.com.) Continue reading
Coolgreens is set to provide “more than” experiences to the Richardson community when it opens in CityLine this fall.
Located at 1251 State St. in Richardson, construction on the 1,990-square-foot restaurant is currently underway. Continue reading
Standing in solidarity with the brash and victorious women’s soccer team, Dick’s Last Resort is pledging to change its name if the U.S. Soccer Federation does the right thing and pays the women on par with their male counterparts. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Researching the history the hot dog is murkier than the water some are boiled in, but there is certainly no mistake that the wiener on a bun is a quintessential staple of ball games, circuses, amusement parks, and just about anywhere people are looking for an inexpensive and easy to eat meal.
Dallas saw an insurgence of great hot dogs a few years back but they did not seem as sustainable as the almighty burger, and many fantastic dog locations shuttered.
We do have a list of some terrific hot dogs found in and around Dallas, take head and enjoy! Continue reading
Following a countrywide search to identify the most talented bartenders, five leading mixologists, including one from Dallas, have been named U.S. finalists in Caorunn Gin’s international cocktail competition, the 10 Year Switch. The winning U.S. bartender will have an opportunity to switch countries with their winning U.K. counterpart and work guest shifts a top bar to experience U.K. cocktail culture firsthand. Continue reading