Eno’s Pizza Tavern will officially launch Eno’s Side Dough this month, expanding its takeout and delivery business. A play on words, Eno’s Side Dough will be located next to the restaurant in a neighboring space at 405 N. Bishop Ave.
Eno’s Side Dough will offer the restaurant’s full menu – including its signature cracker thin crust pizzas – for carryout or delivery, as well as grab-and-go sandwiches and salads for people on the run. To complete the meal, packaged craft beer and wine will be available for purchase. Eno’s Side Dough will also exclusively offer a specialty dessert pie in collaboration with neighbor Emporium Pies. Orders can be placed online at enospizza.com or over the phone. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
No Valentine’s Day is complete without a visit to Dude, Sweet Chocolate, the bad boy of chocolatiers in Dallas run by chef Katherine Clapner. You may have seen Clapner recently on Beat Bobby Flay, where she indeed did beat the Flay handily using her cheffy wiles to out chef the chef. She is also the creator of such delicious chocolates as Albatross (on our list of 75 things we miss most about Dallas) a blue cheese infused bonbon that impresses us anew with each taste adventure. Continue reading
Chef Justin Holt will be hosting his first late night Pop-Up Ramen and Curry Shop of the new year January 7th at Whitehall Exchange serving Ramen and Japanese Style Curry starting at 6pm.
Holt will be featuring Tori Paitan Ramen and Japanese Battleship Curry utilizing the local offerings from Windy Meadows Farm. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Today is National Sandwich Day, and we will be exploring the breaded wonder all day. We begin with a chat with one of our favorite chefs, Anastacia Quinones (Chef AQ) who is currently running the kitchen at Oddfellows in Oak Cliff’s Bishop Arts District.
Chef AQ was quick to answer our call as to which sandwich was her favorite to celebrate this auspicious day: Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Chef Anastacia Quinones is one of our favorite chefs in Dallas for a reason. Versatility. She is definitely the master of Mexican cuisine and turns out a pretty amazing mole. As you might be aware Chef AQ is newly planted (in July of this year) at Oddfellows in the Bishop Arts District of Oak Cliff, and has already caught the attention of many satisfied diners. Continue reading
On Thursday, July 23rd the Wine Poste & Bar Anatomie will celebrate its Grand Opening in Bishop Arts. The event will involve the rollout of our new Food and Wine Menus, tasting of our newly imported wines, and will feature live music. The Wine Poste and Bar Anatomie opened for business in the new location on June 26th.
The Wine Poste & Bar Anatomie have partnered with locally owned Bocce Restaurant and have crafted a focused Wine-Centric food menu that will be available to all of our guests that are enjoying a glass of wine or a bottle at one of our tables. Bocce has designed the menu with wine in mind – items like Cheese & Charcuterie boards, a local Burrata plate with Roasted Red Peppers, various Bruschetta offerings, Fried Ravioli & Tortellini, Pizzas, plus many more fun and delicious dishes for our wine loving clientele. Continue reading
The history of the margarita runs deep in Texas and no matter if it’s frozen or shaken, Dallas loves a great margarita. This is only one reason why you will want to check out the 5th annual Dallas Margarita Meltdown. The Dallas Margarita Meltdown will take place during Memorial Day weekend on Sunday, May 24th from 4pm-9pm in Dallas’ historic Bishop Arts District. The margarita competition will be 4-7pm with the winner being announced at 8pm.
The Margarita Meltdown is sponsored by Milagro Tequila. Bridging two worlds – the romantic, historic and honest world of traditional tequila, with the vibrant, international and sophisticated world of modern day Mexico City, this award-winning tequila from William Grant & Sons captures the true essence of the spirit’s origin, the blue agave, providing a bursting flavor of freshness with the smoothness of a world-class spirit. Continue reading