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Chef Luscher Nabs Culinary Director Position at 33 Group

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33 Restaurant Group is pleased to announce the addition of Chef Brian C. Luscher in a new role as Director of Culinary Operations.  In this new position Brian will assist and further develop all aspects of culinary operations in the current restaurants and in future growth of the restaurant group.

Currently, 33 Restaurant Group owns and operates six restaurants including Cadillac Pizza Pub and The Yard in McKinney, Taverna Rossa Craft Pizza and Beer in Plano and Southlake, Union Bear Brewing Co. in Plano, and Heritage Pizza and Taproom in The Colony. Continue reading

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Anthony Bombachi at Americano and CBD Provisions

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The vibrant, casual Italian restaurant Americano, located in The Joule, recently unveiled new lunch and dinner menus with even more Italian-American classics to savor.

Now leading the kitchens of both Americano and CBD Provisions at The Joule is Executive Chef Anthony Bombaci. Bombaci earned raves while at the helm of Nana, including a prestigious James Beard Award nomination for best chef in the Southwest. Most recently, he served as Chef de Cuisine overseeing the kitchen at Macellaio. Continue reading

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Final Hurrah for Capital Pub Dec 31st

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The Capitol Pub rings in the New Year with one final end-of-year celebration at the popular Henderson eatery. Beginning at 4pm on December 31st, join Pub owners Cheryl and Peter Kenny and the CP family as they celebrate 2020 with a Send Off Soireé. Continue reading

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Italian-ish Eatery Opens Maximalist Bar Charles

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On Tuesday, December 10, Design District Italian nightly eatery, The Charles, will open its private dining and cocktail and champagne bar aptly named, Bar Charles. The 1,700 square foot space is nestled on the backside of the authentic restaurant – with entry through the back alleyway.

“I would describe Bar Charles as turned up,” said Chas Martin, The Charles owner and natural-born host. “Everything from the design to the music, to the champagne selection is maximized. This new space is truly a feast for the senses,” added Martin. Continue reading

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Team at Doublewide to Open Thunderbird Station

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For 16 years, locals and vagabonds alike from Deep Ellum, Dallas and beyond have enjoyed top-tier drinks and shows at Double Wide. Every now and then, the team at Double Wide would look across the street to the historic service station nestled on Commerce Street that formerly housed a concept called Bowls and Tacos.

“For so long, we’ve been going to work, looking across the street at this cool building with its great character and history and wondering what we could do with it,” Double Wide general manager Joel Stephenson says. “Now we don’t have to wonder anymore.” Continue reading

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What’s Hot at the Alamo Draft House

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Come out to Alamo Drafthouse this season as we celebrate some of the best holiday films ever made! Enjoy movie parties for classic holiday films like GREMLINSKISS KISS BANG BANGNATIONAL LAMPOON’S CHRISTMAS VACATIONTHE GRINCHSCROOGEDA CHRISTMAS STORY, and LOVE ACTUALLY at Cedars, Denton, Lake Highlands, Las Colinas, North Richland Hills, and Richardson.
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Finding Tamales in Dallas

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As the holidays continue and we ready for the new year, many will offer blessings for our heart and hearth.And nothing blesses my hearth more than a few dozen tamales lovingly hand-made in homes or selected from a steaming basket that an experienced tamale-maker offers as she passes from office to office. For those who do not possess the skills nor the energy to craft their own tamales, DFW  is rich with eager cooks willing to share their bounty.

Local chef Stephan Pyles co-authored a book on tamales and makes literally thousands of them for the holiday season. Says Pyles, “West Texas has heavy southern and Hispanic influences and one of my favorite early memories is my discovery of tamales. I was most intrigued by the fact that they came in their own special ‘gift-wrapping.’ That early fascination was enough inspiration for me to compose an entire book on the subject.”

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