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Truluck’s Celebrates 20th Anniversary

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During the month of July, Truluck’s is serving $20 bottles of Poema Cava bubbly at the Uptown location in celebration of their 20th anniversary (from open to close).

Join Truluck’s for Cocktail Hour in the Stone Crab Lounge and enjoy Half-Price Off their new cocktail menu featuring 20 brand new craft cocktails, featured wines, and selected appetizers from 4:30-6:30 pm every Monday-Friday. Truluck’s uses the best possible ingredients and techniques to ensure that every drink served is an experience. To add to the experience, guests will also enjoy live entertainment 7 nights a week. Continue reading

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Veuve Clicquot Tour de Texas at Smoky Rose April 7th

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This weekend will prove to be an amazing one, and what better way to celebrate Spring than with Madame Clicquot and barbecue?

Smoky Rose has been selected as the only Dallas location for the Veuve Clicquot Tour de Texas Tour 2018 so expect heavily discounted bottles of both the yellow label and rose at Smoky Rose from 11-4 April 7th at the East Dallas BBQ haunt. Every bottle purchased also come with a free appetizer especially chose for you. Continue reading

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Beau Nash For A Lovely Repast

beau1.jpegby Steven Doyle

For me Beau Nash in the late 80’s was a siren song, a sultry tune tapped out on a grand piano. The cavernous room with hideaways and a bar that left no secret untold. A perfect perch to gaze on the beautifuls that ran rampant in Dallas. The stories are best kept secret, although there is no shame. It was a time of caviar and champagne, celebrated to full contempt in a cherished manner.  Continue reading

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Champagne Party Primer

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Sparkling wines are the quintessential choice for toasting and sharing throughout your New Years Eve. Festive and with great promise of a fantastic year that awaits couples and groups alike.

We have plenty of information to arm you for the best party ever. Try our recipes and wine selections. And remember, it is only champagne when it comes from the Champagne region of France. Otherwise, it is sparkling wine. Continue reading

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Steel Announces Sparkling Social and Camp Sushi

champagneby Jennifer Thomas

Steel has had plenty of exciting news of late with the addition of TJ Lengnick and general manager Brad Crouch. Today they send word of a unique Sparkling Social featuring tastings of four different styles of bubbles including Cava, Prosecco, California bubbles and French Champagne.

Attendees will be able to taste the differences along with sushi bites with each pairing. This fun event takes place Thursday, October 1st from 6 to 8pm. You may drop in at any time with your friends and family and enjoy the full experience. The cost is $25 per person.   Continue reading

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An Innumerate Baker’s Dozen of Interesting Wines

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There is still shopping time before New Years Eve. Here are a couple of budget sparkling wines to help you celebrate.

First,Zardetto Prosecco (SRP $16) from Italy is made from Glera grapes from vines planted almost 20 years ago. Owner Fabio Zardetto has made wines since 1969. I tried this wine last night and it left a distinct impression. It has a tartness and clay minerality that makes it suitable for accompanying a meal as well as the traditional uses of Prosecco for toasting, mixing into a Bellini, and quaffing. Try it with turkey, ham or pasta dishes with cream sauces. Definitely a distinctive example.   Continue reading

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Ser Steak+Spirit+Bubbly = Good Times

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Steven couldn’t make the Veuve with a View at Ser Steak+Spirit dinner, so the burden of eating amazing steak and sipping fine champagne fell on my shoulders.  You have to be a team player here at CraveDFW.  Below is how my dutiful evening went.

Mahogany aromas greeted me when I stepped off the elevator on the 27th floor of the Hilton Anatole.  The area I was seated had an intimate feel like the rest of the restaurant.  Stephanie a superb waitresses served me a glass of the Moët & Chandon Imperial Brut as I appreciated the Dallas skyline.  Lights from commuters on 35 reflected of the atrium of the hotel as I enjoy my appley champagne.  It’s going to be a good night.    Continue reading

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