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Beatrice Shows Her Southern Charm

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“Everyone knows that special feeling we get seeing the big blue highway sign as we cross the Texas border into swamp country — ‘Bienvenue en Louisiane. That welcoming embrace is unique to where I spent a large part of my childhood, and that’s the experience I want my customers to have.  I dedicated three decades of my career to Tokyo-style sushi, and I’ve seen how sophisticated diners feel intimidated by Japanese cuisine. Refined and delicious foods shouldn’t include gatekeeping,” chef Michelle Carpenter tells us.

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Deep Ellum Brick and Bones Serving Weekend Brunch

A long time Crave favorite for fried chicken is the Deep Ellum staple, Brick and Bones. They announced today that they will now be serving brunch, which is exciting news.

In addition to their late-night offerings, the eatery has introduced a new brunch menu available on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 am-3 pm. Brick & Bone’s delicious fried chicken will be available for brunch, and after two long years, the restaurant has brought back a favorite, the “chicken & waffles” to the brunch menu only.

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District in Addison Launches Saturday Brunch

District, the new globally inspired restaurant and bar in Addison at The Village on the Parkway is now open for brunch on Saturdays from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. 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 a memorable tasting experience that you can share with friends and family in a place that feels like home.

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What is Mezze and Where to Find it in Dallas

Mezze, a style of dining in the Mediterranean and the Middle East, resembles Spanish tapas and other small plates and finger foods that are meant to stimulate the appetite. But unlike those appetizers, mezze (which is pronounced “meh-zay”) is meant to make up the entire meal. Served with or without alcohol, this style of eating features a combination of cold and hot foods, including vegetables, meat, dips, and breads.

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The Worthington Renaissance Hotel Announces Live Music Schedule and Toro Toro’s Wine Specials

Celebrate your mid-week victories atThe Worthington Renaissance Hotel with sips and sounds. Every Wednesday, Fort Worthians are invited to ignite their senses with live music in their lobby from 5:00 PM -7:30 PM, enjoy the scenic views of Downtown Fort Worth, and sip away on a luxury list of wine labels that Toro Toro carries.  

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Alice, the Asian-inspired Concept Spotlights Sushi, Sashimi and Nigiri Plates with New Chef

Alice, the intimate Asian-inspired restaurant known for its take on Pan-Asian cuisine and craft cocktails in a distinct 1960’s New York City meets Miami vibe has launched a new menu with a new chef as well

The refreshed menu by former Alice sushi chef and now Executive Chef, Ashkan Moeinearaghi offers memorable dishes centered around sushi, sashimi and nigiri plates. 

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