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Hide Introduces New Brunch Menu

IMG_3723.JPGby Alex Gonzalez

Deep Ellum’s best new bar is back with another hit. Hide, which has previously only been open on weeknights and weekends after 5:00 p.m., rolled out their new brunch menu this past weekend. The new brunch menu consists of traditional offerings, like mimosas and waffles, as well as signature creations. Hide never does anything simple or basic, and their brunch is no exception. Continue reading

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Cooking With Paula Lambert: Dolce Habanero

mozz co.jpgby Steven Doyle

We have always been a great fan of Deep Ellum’s cheese factory run by the esteemed Paula Lambert, the Mozzarella Company. Our love for Mozzarella Company dates back to the very early 80’s when Lambert would create a handful of balls of mozzarella selling her products at the Dallas Farmers Market out of an ice chest in Shed 2 where you may now buy tacos. I would visit with Lambert and she would regale me with stories of cheese. Pure heaven. Continue reading

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Picolé Pops Cure August, Opening in Deep Ellum Today

o (9).jpgby Steven Doyle

Who doesn’t love a fantastic frozen confection? Mix in some exotic fruit and a touch of booze and you have an instant party. This is what Picolé Pops is all about. With a location in Bishop Arts on Davis and a new location opening this weekend in Deep Ellum there will be plenty of happy enjoying the fruits of Picolé.  Continue reading

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Memorial Daze at Shoals Sound and Service

Juego_de_domino.JPGby Steven Doyle

So many choices for fun events this weekend and we have one perfectly terrific one that will leave you scratching your head as you belly laugh throughout the day. Shoals Sound and Service is this cheeky little bar run by many of Dallas’ elite bartenders and owned by Omar Yeefoon and Michael Martensen. You will find Yeefoon there most hours but Martensen is running a beach resort at the moment in Mexico. Such the life, right?

The event, if you can even call it that, is called Memorial Daze ’18 and the big draw will be the domino tourney with a $25 buy-in ($50 per team) where there will be amazing prizes and giveaways. This alone is reason enough to forgo the beach. (What beach?) Continue reading

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Dallas Tiki Week Bermuda Triangle 2018

tikiby Steven Doyle

Happy Dallas Tiki Week! Whereas most of the events are geared towards United Bartending Guild members only for educational purposes and sponsored by a variety of liquor companies (membership has its privileges) there will be one open to the public event, The Second Annual Bermuda Triangle which begins Tuesday (5/22) at 8pm and goes on into the late evening. A fun event on a school night is permissible now and again. Continue reading

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Japanese Spring Food Festival April 22nd

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Dallas Japanese restaurants, organizations and talents team up to create a fun food festival to highlight favorite Japanese dishes, to celebrate local Japanese talents and to celebrate Haru Matsuri (Spring)!

The Japanese Spring Food Festival will be held on Sunday, April 22, from 5 pm to 9 pm at Niwa Japanese BBQ’s patio and neighboring patio.  Free event. There will be 4 food and drink stations serving yakitori skewers from Niwa Japanese BBQ, sushi and rolls by Y’s Catering Kitchen, ramen debut by Ichigoh (opening Summer 2018) and drinks by George Kaiho of Jettison.  Niwa Japanese BBQ restaurant will be open that day and serving from their full menu. Continue reading

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Adair’s Burger is Still Mighty and Meaty After 55 Years

adair4.jpgby Steven Doyle

Adair’s Saloon opened in 1963 on Cedar Springs and operated by S.L. and Ann Adair. They were known for their cold beer and a half pound cheeseburger that brought in plenty of local college students who were encouraged to let their artistic side out by marking up the walls with graffiti.    Continue reading

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