AT&T Performing Arts Center announced today that single tickets for A CHRISTMAS STORY, THE MUSICAL; CHICAGO; A BRONX TALE and FALSETTOS will go on sale Friday, September 7 at 10am.
The 2018/2019 Broadway Series season continues December, 2018 through February, 2019 with A CHRISTMAS STORY, THE MUSICAL, the hilarious classic 1983 movie nominated for three 2013 Tony Awards including Best Musical, December 12-16, 2018; CHICAGO, recipient of six Tony Awards, two Olivier Awards, a Grammy, thousands of standing ovations and now the #1 longest-running American Musical in Broadway history, December 18-23, 2018; A BRONX TALE, the streetwise musical based on Academy Award nominee Chazz Palminteri’s story directed by Academy Award winner Robert De Niro and Tony winner Jerry Zaks, December 26-January 6, 2019; and FALSETTOS, nominated for five 2017 Tony Awards including Best Revival of a Musical, February 12-17, 2019. Continue reading
cagoby Nancy Boyce
Doors open and close throughout the years, just as many choose to move down to sunny Texas for cheaper living and warmer climate. What many Chicagoans miss the most from our home city is the food. Listed below are the newest places in the Metroplex serving a slice of Chicago. Enjoy dining at all of these fine establishments. Continue reading
by Nancy Boyce
The long waited tastes from back home of Chicago has arrived this year with Al’s Italian Beef in Dallas and the newly opened Gino’s East pizzeria in Arlington. I was the very first customer at Al’s Italian Beef when it opened in February. First bite of the true Chicago dreams to get that taste in their mouths again from back home right in their backyards here in Dallas-Fort Worth.
Al’s Italian beef proved to Texas how many Chicagoans miss their favorites when they ran out of food the very first week in February. Folks coming in from all over the metroplex and buying everything they could, cooked or not, I was told. They just bought all the tamales right from the freezer. Continue reading
ATX Brands announced the opening of Gino’s East’s Arlington location at 1350 East Copeland Road on Thursday, April 30. This marks the fourth Gino’s East opening in Texas, with the next location scheduled to open in the coming months in Austin.
“It’s been amazing bringing Gino’s East and true Chicago-style pizza to Texas,” said ATX Brands CEO and Founder Doug Guller. “We’ve seen great success with our Texas locations so far, and we knew that the next area to share Chicago’s best pizza with had to be Arlington.” Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Velvet Taco has a long standing tradition of making a special taco each week called the WTC Taco. WTF means Weekly Taco Feature,not that other thing you were thinking.
We were sent word this week that they have upped the stakes on the WTF, and you might be a little impressed by their ability t step out there a bit with ingredients. This weeks WTF is is a cornmeal fried veal brains taco. Specifically a corn tortilla, egg, goat cheese fingerling potatoes, avocado crema, nopales pico, and salsa verde — along with lime poached and then cornmeal fried veal brains.
Haven’t had your ration of brains this week? Go get ’em, tiger. There are locations near you.
One Arts Plaza is pleased to announce our newest restaurant concept, Yolk. Founded in 2006 and based in Chicago, Yolk takes a fresh and creative approach to the most important meal of the day and will make Dallas it’s new home. Having won numerous accolades and “best breakfast” awards, Yolk pushes the envelope with creative breakfasts, specialty juices and their private label premium coffee.
“We are thrilled to welcome this new and innovative concept to Dallas, the Dallas Arts District and One Arts Plaza,” says Lucy Burns, Partner, Billingsley Company. “The Yolk team’s sophisticated approach to the first meal of the day is the perfect compliment to our other established restaurants that serve lunch and dinner. I can’t wait to have many breakfast meetings there.” Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Considered one of the best sandwiches in America, the Italian Beef is certainly hard to beat. The sandwich is made up of thin slices of seasoned roast beef, dripping with meat juices, on a dense, long Italian-style roll. The bread itself is often dipped into the juices the meat is cooked in, and topped off with Chicago-style giardiniera (called “hot”) or sauteed, green Italian sweet peppers (called “sweet”). The origins of the sandwich date back to 1938 when Al Fererri conjured it up to serve at weddings in Chicago. Meat was scarce, and the thin slices went a long way.
Over the years the Chicago family moved a tiny stand through out Little Italy, and settled at its current location, 1078 West Taylor. Al’s Italian Beef is legendary in those parts and across the states where Chicago expats compare interloping sandwich makers to their beloved original. Continue reading