by Steven Doyle
With over twenty years in some of the best hotels, restaurants and schools chef Jeff Rockow has plated terrific food for most of us. He is primarily a catering chef and produces private marvelous dinners in the best homes in Dallas and also has a custom caramel he offers , packaging out of a rental kitchen in Dallas. Continue reading
Been naughty or nice? Doesn’t matter. Our friends at Nespresso want to give away a Nespresso Umilk to one lucky craveDFW reader. This is a fantastic gift for you or a friend. The suggested retail price of the Nespresso Umilk is $229. The Umilk embodies a new generation of Nespresso machines. With its pure and elegant lines, flexible design, and its tactile interface, U is the new accomplice of our daily life. Continue reading
Cotton Patch Cafe celebrates its Southern roots as it embarks on its annual Chicken Fried Road Trip through Oct. 26, featuring daily specials of hand-breaded, deep-fried country classics and new Southern delights. Continue reading
Texas Monthly has released the full schedule for their second annual The Edge of Texas weekend, presented by VisitDallas, taking place in downtown Dallas on Friday, September 7th and Saturday, September 8th. Weekend passes as well as tickets to each of the three events during the weekend are available here.
As a special to CraveDFW readers we are offering a set of passes to the final celebration which will feature fantastic local chefs. Win this by sharing our story on social media of your choice, and making a comment below,. Winner chosen at random Friday at 1pm. Continue reading
While Addison, Texas may be a 10-hour flight from Germany, you can find a true taste of Bavaria at the town’s Addison Oktoberfest (September 20-23) most authentic Oktoberfest experience in North America. Insiders for the event, which is celebrating its 31st anniversary this year, know that you don’t have to don a dirndl to enjoy a traditional Oktoberfest celebration. In fact, they share four key tips that every Addison Oktoberfest visitor should know.
by Steven Doyle
For those new to North Texas we have a tradition for our celebration of July 4th that has actually made worldwide news. The Kaboom Town fireworks is considered in the top ten of Independence Day displays in the nation with over 1,500 pounds of fireworks, a celebrated airshow with warplanes and air acrobatics, food, carnival fun and so much more. People around town have their favorite spots, including a variety of restaurants such as Chamberlain’s Fish Market Grill where chef Richard plots out space on his parking lot for an optimum view replete with a special 3-course dinner with a view that always sells out. Continue reading