Au Troisième, the acclaimed Park Cities bistro known for its New American cuisine with global influences, has officially changed its name to ‘A·T Bistro,’ which has been its “short-hand” name since debuting to the public in June 2021. Along with its name change, other updates at A·T Bistro include the addition of a 600-square-foot outdoor dining space, 14-seat private dining room, 600-bottle wine cellar, Sunday brunch, daily lunch specials, happy hour menu, and more.
Fresh off being named one of Texas Monthly’s “10 Best New Restaurants in 2023” and also a 2022 CultureMap Tastemaker Award winner for “Best New Restaurant,” A·T Bistro has developed a loyal audience of returning customers due to its revolving yet approachable global menu that leans heavy on classic French and Italian techniques; its cozy and welcoming atmosphere where one can dress up or down; and its extensive collection of European wines and house-made craft cocktails.
Taste Addison’s Saturday musical lineup will have you feeling like you’re at an early-2000s pop-punk music festival – in the best way possible. The Best-in-DFW festival, which dates back to 1993, will kick off at 2 p.m. Saturday, June 3, with a performance by DFW-based act Van Full of Nuns before launching into the first of four nationally known bands.
The Fairmont Dallas, the iconic hotel located in the heart of the Dallas Arts District, is excited to announce its Texas Happy Hour, offering guests a taste of the Lone Star State every Monday – Friday from 2 to 6 p.m. and from 11 a.m. to midnight each Thursday in the Pyramid Lobby Bar.
In addition to delicious bites and great deals on brews and other beverages, the Texas Happy Hour will feature live acoustic country music by Tyler Hammond every Thursday evening from 5-8 p.m. Tyler performs country music hits by Texan artists and more, adding to the already cozy and warm vibe of the Pyramid Lobby Bar.
Easter is quickly approaching, and whether you’re celebrating at home or want to get out of the house, OAK’D is here to handle all the heavy lifting. The casual, chef-driven restaurant is loved for its slow-smoked meats, fresh sides and desserts, and while those are available to diners each day, OAK’D has something special planned for Easter. The team is cooking up delicious spiral hams for takeout orders, and on Easter Sunday OAK’D is hosting an egg hunt for adults and kids. See all the details below, and don’t miss out on the fun.
A new iconic dish has come to Terra, Eataly Dallas’ Italian wood-burning grill.
Inspired by Mediterranean coastal cuisine, Grigiata di Pesce is a flavorful seafood plate that captures the essence of traditional Italian grilling, where fresh ingredients are cooked simply over burning flames. Discover a plate filled with a variety of seafood, from marinated swordfish, calamari, prawns, grilled local oysters, and razor clams.
Plus, enjoy authentic Panelle, a popular Sicilian chickpea fritter that pairs perfectly as a delicious side dish with the mix of seafood and fresh lemon.
The Dallas College food and wine fundraising event, Bits & Bites, will be held at the Dallas Arboretum’s A Tasteful Place on Sunday, April 16, 6-8 p.m. The annual foodie tradition pairs around 30 of the best local chefs with Dallas College students to serve 18,000 plates of food. The food festival provides training opportunities for Dallas College students and supports sustainable culinary and hospitality programs with enhanced learning and labs.