One of the hottest names not only in Dallas but through the United States is John Tesar the owner and executive chef of Knife and two time competitor on Top Chef. On Sunday, December 3rd from 12-3pm, Chef Tesar is teaching a really fun Holiday Cooking Class at the beautiful new Brixton located in the Shops at Legacy.
Everyone who attends The Tesar eventwill learn how to make 3 different holiday dishes, enjoy each dish, and also great holiday cocktails from Red River Whiskey and Western Son Vodka! Space is limited. You will also have an opportunity to buy Chef Tesar’s book and have him sign as well, This will make for an excellent holiday gift.
Reserve your seats here.
You will not want to miss this beer dinner at RHBQ. Tickets are $50 and include five food tastings and six beers, including special Oak Highlands Brewery release Chump Change.
The menu looks pretty special as well, making this dinner a nice bargain. Plenty of food, lots of beer and live music to boot. Secure your seats here. The dinner is December 2nd starting at 7pm. Continue reading
More than 550,000 energy-efficient LED holiday lights, totaling 35 miles in length, will dazzle crowds during Reliant Lights Your Holidays on the AT&T Performing Arts Center campus on Saturday, December 2, 2017. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
If you are from Dallas the burg of Rowlett might not be on your radar. It is actually a quaint town that is directly off the light rail which leads you directly to Rowlett’s growing revitalized downtown area. And this is where you will also find Bankhead Brewing Company, a legitimate brewery who has won their fair share of awards for their masterful beer and a restaurant befitting those same fantastic beers.
The brewery is named for the Bankhead highway which was one of the first transcontinental highways built in 1916 that ran from Washington D.C to San Diego. The route included 850 miles through Texas which ran through downtown Rowlett. You can even see the three original three bridges from the old highway juting out of Lake Ray Hubbard, just south of Highway 66. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Popular in the citrus-growing regions along Italy’s Amalfi coast for more than a century, the digestif Limoncello makes for the perfect holiday gift. The liqueur is second in popularity only to Campari in Italy, and is a refined and genteel way to end a great meal.
Now is the time to make the elixir. It is so simple to make, pretty much anyone of drinking age can pull this off.
You will thank us for this. Best way to say thanks? A bottle of Limoncello. Continue reading
Dr. Seuss’ beloved holiday tale, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, has become a perennial holiday classic! Max the Dog is your narrator as the Grinch’s fiendish plan to steal Christmas from the holiday-loving Whos unfolds. However, the Grinch soon discovers there’s more to Christmas than he bargained for in this heart-warming holiday classic. Continue reading
Marcus Paslay’s Clay Pigeon has unveiled a new seasonal menu and hired Andrew Dilda as executive chef, bringing the former Reata chef back to Fort Worth.
Clay Pigeon’s new menu features a focused selection of small plates like PEI Mussels and Tuna Crudo; the Roasted Beet Salad and the Wedge Salad with duck confit; shareables such as Smoked Salmon Dip and Lobster Rolls; and entrées that include Braised Lamb Shank, three prime angus steaks and the popular CP Burger, now available daily. Seasonal sides include Brussels Sprouts Amandine and Roasted Mushrooms. Continue reading