Let’s take a look at some of the havoc the pandemic has done with regards to Dallas area restaurants. The list isn’t pretty and left a hole on our dining scene. The list is far from complete and far from being over.Continue reading
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Fort Worth Opera is excited to announce further details of the reimagined fall virtual season under the company’s new online initiative FWO Green Room. On Tuesday, September 15, 2020,FWO will present the digital debut of the Fort Worth Opera Chorus, with a stunning performance of 20th-century choral icon Moses Hogan’s epic work His Light Still Shines.Continue reading
The Knox District dining destinations, Georgie by Curtis Stone and Up On Knox, are transitioning from curbside/takeaway, to full service dining room operations. Following Governor Abbott’s mandates on capacity and health protocols, Courseau Concepts announced that both restaurants will fully reopen on Tuesday, September 1, alongside their sister restaurants Le Bilboquet and The Georgie Butcher Shop.
With so much change in the world, sometimes it’s comforting to think inside the box, especially when that box is filled with chocolate! This year, DallasChocolate.org is delivering the Dallas Chocolate Festival to the comforts of home with “The World of Chocolate – In a Box,” Sept. 12 & 13, 11AM – 5PM. Continue reading
Recognized as one of the most authentic Oktoberfest celebrations outside of Munich, Addison Oktoberfest, scheduled Sept. 17 – 20, has been canceled due to the COVID-19 crisis. The health and safety of attendees, vendors, volunteers, staff and the local community was a primary driver in the difficult decision to cancel the event.
“Addison Oktoberfest is a beloved event where tens of thousands of people look forward to gathering each year in dirndls and lederhosen to enjoy each other’s company, raise a bier and say Prost,” said Addison Special Events Director Jasmine Lee. “Due to the close contact caused by the inherently social nature of the festival, it would not be safe to hold such a large gathering this year.” Continue reading