By Steven Doyle
We have maintained CraveDFW for quite a few years now, and have enjoyed serving the Dallas restaurant community on a small budget. We have written thousands of articles with millions of views. Many of the articles I have written myself, but we have encouraged the community to publish articles as well. We particularly love it when a chef, a bartender, a winemaker or another expert shares their expertise, and we have actively promoted those articles. Continue reading
Company Cafe is still serving clean comfort food on lower Greenville. They are offering 25% off all takeout orders with $5 Mimosas, Bloody Marys, and Margaritas for two. Prepped Heat and Eat Meals for 3-4ppl for $33. Since the bread isles are empty, their gluten free baked goods are still available for pickup for 25%off. Find their new hours: 6am-2pm Mon-Thursday, 6am-9pm Friday and Saturday and 6am-5pm Sunday
Brunch is Lunch… with Eggs and Booze!
Alex Perry and Alexis Smith have been devastated by the spread of COVID-19, novel coronavirus, across the country. Not only was the couple concerned for the wellbeing of their friends in the local restaurant industry, but also for the wellbeing of the children who benefit from local charities, like the Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center. Amidst closures of restaurants, bars, movie theaters and entertainment venues in the city of Dallas, many of the city’s largest fundraisers for charitable organizations have had to be cancelled as well. Continue reading
goodfriend Beer Garden & Burger House located at 1154 Peavy Rd. has pivoted to a new name, menu and essentially opens a new restaurant, Good Citizen, with lower prices and different menu for take-out and delivery.
Co-owner Matt Tobin says, “These are trying times people…trying times indeed. In order to never forget our duty to each other during this unprecedented moment, we have changed our name to reflect what we ALL need to be to each other.” Continue reading
Attention all Dallasites and Austin locals, this Tuesday and Wednesday, Terry Black’s Barbecue is offering a special deal on their Instagram-famous big bite. For half the price, one can now order a delicious Beef Rib that is smoked right in the restaurant ’til the meat is falling-off-the-bone tender, for just $15. Planning out meals for the week has officially been made easy as each Beef Rib feeds two to three people. One can share with family, roommates, a significant other, or whomever they have chosen which with to quarantine. In addition to the Beef Rib offer, the restaurant is also adding a beer special to their menu – all beer will now be sold for $2 and 6-packs for $10. Continue reading
Some chefs have ask how to participate in this event, which is a global event which takes place in Dallas. We have a bit of information which may be used during this downtime. Continue reading
Here is a collection of restaurants with alternative ordering methods. Also note some breweries are doing drive-thru such as Rahr & Sons in Fort Worth. Please keep clam, this virus crisis will pass over soon. Until then, if you wish to send Crave anything for publication, we are, and always have been here to assist. Steven@cravedfw.com
Remember, some restaurants with a special TABC license may deliver alcohol. Ask!
This list will continue to grow. Continue reading