by Steven Doyle
One of our very favorite pizzerias is closing its door after tonight, and not due to any horrific market turn or extreme lease hikes. Dough will be moving their operations to Plano into a smaller footprint to match a similar set up as the new San Antonio location opening soon near the historic Alamo. Continue reading
A celebration of food, music, and fun, Taste Addison (May 19 – 21) dishes out the best food and flavor with a healthy side of jam. The community is invited to experience a preview of the festival during the Taste Tuesdays events. At each Taste Tuesday several Taste Addison restaurants will hand out bites from their festival menu. Additionally, guests have a chance to win Taste Addison admission tickets and swag. The Taste Tuesday events are free and open to the public, and it does not require a ticket to attend. Continue reading
The recently opened Heritage Pizza and Taproom officially celebrates the grand opening with a full day of festivities open to the community on Friday, April 21.
The first 100 guests to arrive for lunch (11am) will receive a free t-shirt, koozie and free pizza (voucher for a future visit). Sit down and take advantage of the new Heritage lunch special which includes a personal sized pizza and Heritage Ranch Salad (available M-F 11am-3pm, $9.99).
Chef Aaron Thomas
and Eclair Bistro
have launched their “Projection Mapping and 7-course tasting menu dinner”. One of a handful of such presentations worldwide and the first in DFW. The Chef’s Choice” tasting menu includes upscale contemporary presentations of our from-scratch/handmade fare along with an exciting visual table top graphics program. Available for up to six guests, the newest addition to Eclair Bistro’s dining experience is guaranteed to delight.
Some restaurants have “it.” Hot Joy has it in spades, though defining exactly what “it” is can be a little mind-bending.
Hot Joy burst onto the San Antonio dining scene in 2014 and immediately threw convention out the window. Owner Chad Carey describes the menu as “a wild mash-up of China, Texas, Vietnam, Japan, Louisiana, Thailand, Mexico, Malaysia and anything else that lights up our brain.” Continue reading
WaterTower Theatre Artistic Director Joanie Schultz today announced casting and creative team details for the Regional Premiere of Scott Carter’s The Gospel According to Thomas Jefferson, Charles Dickens, and Count Leo Tolstoy: Discord, directed by Emily Scott Banks. Discord will run April 14-May 7, 2017, in the Canterbury Family Main Stage at the Addison Theatre Centre. The cast features Ian Ferguson as Thomas Jefferson, John-Michael Marrs as Charles Dickens, and Jeremy Schwartz as Count Leo Tolstoy. Continue reading