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Fishing For Seafood At Perry’s Steakhouse and Grille

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The Perry family opened its first restaurant in 1979 in Southeast Houston as a modest meat market called Perry’s Butcher Shop and Deli. In 1986, Chris Perry persuaded his father Bob to add dining tables, which eventually led to an expansion and the opening of a second market. As the markets gained popularity, Chris opened Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille in 1993. The original two butcher shops are also still in operation as Perry & Sons Market & Grille. Continue reading

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Ebb & Flow Expands to Shops at Legacy

Ebb & Flow opened in Deep Ellum in the fall of 2019, bringing dinner, drinks and brunch to the lively dining and nightlife district. Now, the concept is opening a new location in another hotspot—the Shops at Legacy in Plano—with the doors slated to open in early March.

Ebb & Flow is owned and operated by Dallas Hale (Shell Shack, Sushi Marquee) and his brother, Eric Bradford. Hale has established himself as a successful restaurateur, and Bradford worked in the music scene for a decade, managing top-tier venues like the Bomb Factory and Trees, before partnering with his brother to open Ebb & Flow. The restaurant is a culmination of their experiences, blending good food, drinks and music into one fun-loving space.

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Rooftop Life-Sized Snow Globes and Bubbles To Celebrate the Season

Waterproof, the rooftop lounge at the iconic Statler, offers expansive, breathtaking views of downtown Dallas. But when the temperatures drop, you just might be able to see that breath. That’s why the lounge is offering a way for you to stay nice and cozy this winter. For the second year in a row, Waterproof is offering life-size Snow Globes for your party of 2 to 8 to bundle in and stay warm – and socially distanced from others. 

The Snow Globes – which must be reserved in advance – come in two sizes: One is large enough for a lively party of 8, while three are just right for two to four people to comfortably enjoy an evening.  The large Globe requires a food and beverage minimum of $600 for two hours, and the smaller globes have a minimum of $200 for two hours.

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Stone Crab Season is on at Truluck’s

Trulucks Stone Crab Clawsby Steven Doyle

One of our very favorite restaurants in Dallas is Truluck’s. This is the place known for pretty awesome steaks, but especially their stone crab. For those unfamiliar, stone crab is this beautiful claw which can be quite large, massive actually. The meat is quite dense and sweet and best served cold with a dab of a special mustard sauce.  Continue reading

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New Fall Cocktails at Truluck’s

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Truluck’s takes great pride in the Art of the Cocktail. They use the best possible ingredients and techniques to ensure that every drink served is an experience. Only fresh fruit and hand-squeezed citrus juices are used every day. Premium spirits are used and they pour all sodas and mixers from bottles. Continue reading

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Jettison Omakase Experience Sept 22

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Cozy cocktail and spirits den Jettison is pleased to present their fall cocktail omakase experience, “Ins & Outs,” on Sunday, September 22. The multi-course event will showcase a series of cocktails with an emphasis on special infusion and flavor extraction techniques. Two intimate seatings of 10 will take place at the Jettison bar, offering an inside look into the preparation and careful crafting of drinks. Seats are $84 per person and now available for purchase on Tock.

Bar Manager George Kaiho and Andrew Kelly will present a collection of cocktails specially created for the event, highlighting techniques such as herbs and spices spirit infusion via sous vide, carbonated fruit garnishes, sorbet cocktail, smoke infusions, and more. Continue reading

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