by Steven Doyle
What has been an odd week for elotes in Dallas comes a beautiful dish from the good people at Ten Bells Tavern in the Bishop Arts District of Oak Cliff. This sumptuous dish screams for attention, and certainly to be eaten paired with good beer and greater friends. Continue reading
The Grape Restaurant on Greenville Avenue has flourished as one of the city’s most beloved eateries as well as an East Dallas neighborhood staple. Chef/Owner Brian C. Luscher and wife Courtney celebrate and honor the anniversary October 24-29 with a week of special events.
Monday kicks-off the celebratory week with Burger Night. Enjoy the much lauded Grape cheeseburger along with “Happy Mondays” happy hour until 8pm. Continue reading
On the heels of his veteran “Top Chef” cast announcement today, Chef John Tesar announces a new project that will see the celebrated chef revive some of his most popular Spoon seafood dishes for a limited number of diners at secret locations throughout Dallas. Seating will be limited to 16 guests per night, with location details revealed only one day before the event. Continue reading
by Timothy Pham
With various all-you-can-eat Korean barbecue places in the DFW area, LA-based, Gen Korean BBQ House is the newest iteration to open up. Located off of Old Denton and I-35 up in Carrolton diagonally from Ranch 99 and across the highway from H-mart.
Gen brings to DFW its LA flair of modern design and flavoring. Upon walking into the restaurant you’re greeted with the delicious aroma of grilled meat and pleasing view of a restaurant that is well lit with a cool blue glow. The wait can be a bit daunting even during the week, be prepared to wait at least thirty minutes to an hour, I’ve been told that on the weekends it can be up to a two hour wait. Continue reading
Cancer Jam is a celebration of life event that brings together families fighting cancer and the best local musicians to rock out cancer for a one-night benefit concert.
The third annual benefit concert will take place on Sunday, November 6 at Annette Strauss Square in the Dallas Arts District. Gates will open at 6:00 p.m. and the show will start at 7:00 p.m. Continue reading
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Two years ago, Henry’s Majestic opened with a a goal to become a place where great ideas could be forged, enemies would become friends, bonds could be strengthened and memories would be made. The public is invited to join them on October 20th as they celebrate their accomplishments with a pig roast feast, music from Armstead, along with cake and a High West signature birthday shot.
Pig roast feast starts at 5pm
Musical guest Armstead will play from 6pm-10pm
Cutting of the cake + the High West signature birthday shot at 8pm.
Henry’s Majestic is located at 4900 McKinney Ave, Dallas, call 469-893-9400 for more details.