Addison is getting not one, but two new restaurants at 5000 Belt Line Road. The bustling strip will very soon welcome Spatch Kitchen & Cocktails and Sonny & Sons in side-by-side spaces, with each offering a distinct and delicious menu to area diners.
Spatch Kitchen & Cocktails is an elegant but comfortable spot serving seasonal American food with a Southern touch. Between its dining room and airy patio, the 5,000-square-foot restaurant seats 150 people. The full bar will pour craft beers, wines by the bottle and the glass, and fresh-made cocktails, like the Sazerac, Pimm’s Cup and classic Martini service.
We are giving away two packages with steins and tickets. Comment below and win bigly.
Addison Oktoberfest has been recognized as one of the most authentic Oktoberfest celebrations outside of Munich for over three decades. This year, approximately 50,000 fans will come together September 16-19, 2021, to share a love of polka, German food and, of course, the same Paulaner Bier that would traditionally be served at Bavaria’s favorite festival.A
Nathan Peck, owner of Nate’s Seafood and Steakhouse in Addison, opened his doors in 1988 after working in Houston haunts such as including Landry’s Seafood, Willie G’s and the Magnolia Bar and Grill. Known by many as Seafood Nate, this chef owner is of proud tradition and considers fare as authentic as we might find it in landlocked Dallas.
With a proud Cajun heritage, Nate offers great food at fair prices, and has even been known to say, “If It Ain’t Good, Don’t Pay… But Don’t Ask For Seconds!’”. Well, that may be just a sign at the restaurant, but it is words the chef lives by. It is likely that very few over the past 30-plus years have taken Nate up on this as Nate’s Seafood and Steakhouse is pretty spectacular in its own right and has become somewhat a legend. Continue reading →
Addison Oktoberfest has been recognized as one of the most authentic Oktoberfest celebrations outside of Munich for over three decades. This year, approximately 50,000 fans will come together September 16-19, 2021, to share a love of polka, German food and, of course, the same Paulaner Bier that would traditionally be served at Bavaria’s favorite festival.
Hotel and ticket pakets – no, that’s not a misspelling; it’s the German word for packages – run $20 and up, and include lots of extras.
For more than three decades, Addison Kaboom Town!, delivered by Gopuff, has thrilled fans with its unparalleled 25-minute fireworks show choreographed to a patriotic soundtrack that is radio simulcast to hundreds of thousands of fans across the 4.4-square-mile town. The 2021 show is sure to thrill – as it’s even larger than ever before! This year, pandemic precautions necessitated some minor changes. City organizers hope to share tips to make every visit a fabulous celebration of American Independence.
District – the beloved Northern California neighborhood restaurant and bar – will open its first Texas location at 5100 Belt Line Road (Village on the Parkway) in Addison this Fall. Open for lunch and dinner, the rustic yet refined concept pairs a menu of globally inspired shareable plates with an extensive and diverse wine and whiskey program. The result is an experience that guests can share with friends and family in a vibrant and communal setting.
Co-founder Jon D’Angelica explains, “Wine and whiskey have a broad flavor profile. Our belief is that, to have a food offering that works with this wide array of flavors, you have to embrace different cuisines from around the globe in a format that encourages guests to try multiple dishes, not just a single entrée. There are endless pairing possibilities, and our job is to allow you to explore these at your own pace.”