Bijoux, one of the few restaurants in Dallas to earn “five stars” twice, and one of the “10 Hottest New Restaurants in America” by Bon Appétit (2007) will be dishing a final bow on February 28.
Scott and Gina Gottlich, Bijoux’s chef/sommelier ownership duo, have decided to close after eight and a half successful years in business. “Bijoux’s run has exceeded all of our expectations and wildest dreams. We feel now is the right time to close, on a high note, so we can stay focused on our other restaurant, The Second Floor at the Westin Galleria, and take time consider future projects,” said Scott Gottlich. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
If you keep your eyes focused on the pages of craveDFW we will show you the way to many enticing events, dinners, and otherwise tasty treats that are “can’t miss” opportunities. Last week we chatted about several off the radar occasions such as this, and the Cakebread dinner at Bijoux was certainly one of them. The event sold out, so it was a hot ticket to be sure, but for those that attended it was a beautiful evening.
Interesting enough when owners of Bijoux, Scott and Gina Gottlich prepare a menu they begin with the wine first. That must be the joys of being a talent husband and wife chef-sommelier duo. Both talented in their own right, both tops in their game. We were delighted to be invited guests. Continue reading
by Andrew Chalk
Our new green press release machine is powered by recycled root vegetables. Today we are using carrots. It brings news that Bijoux is holding one of their all too rare wine dinners. These always seem to sell out, mainly on account of Scott and Gina Gottlich’s gracious hospitality and superior food.
Plus they have Beat Kotoun, one of the most experienced wine representatives in town and the only one with a pony tail. He is bringing Cakebread Cellars wines, of which the Sauvignon Blanc with the goat cheese is an enlightened combination.
by Steven Doyle
The Second Floor which is located in the Dallas Westin Galleria and owned by Scott and Gina Gottlich of Bijoux fame, announced today their new exec chef. Daniel Tarasevich was most recently at his post in Fort Worth working at Tillman’s Roadhouse and is also one of the Charlie Palmer expats. Tarasevich replaces Joel Harloff who is now at Ocho in Preston Center. You need a program to keep up with the chefs in Dallas recently. Check out what the Second Floor sent us in press release form: Continue reading