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Postino WineCafe Coming to Dallas in Early 2021

Upward Projects – the restaurant group known for its cult-like following and artful restoration of historically relevant buildings in fun, funky neighborhoods – is bringing its popular Postino WineCafé to Dallas for the first time. Scheduled to open in Spring of 2021 inside a revitalized 3,500 square foot space at 2647 Main Street in the heart of Deep Ellum, this 110-seat restaurant, including a spacious 50-seat outdoor patio, welcomes guests with Postino’s warm, come-as-you-are culture and eclectic design.

Sharing a standalone building with Merit Coffee, Postino collaborated with progressive developers, Asana Partners, and designers XAN Creative to handcraft this new neighborhood hangout where ‘Drinking Wine At Lunch Is Not a Crime’.

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Milkshake Concepts Prepares to Open Exciting New Restaurant – Harper’s – in Deep Ellum

Milkshake Concepts – the creative minds behind Citizen, Serious Pizza, Stirr and Vidorra – is continuing its innovation in the experiential hospitality space by preparing to open Harper’s, a new, one-of-a-kind restaurant in Deep Ellum.

Located at 2551 Elm St. in Dallas, Harper’s will be one of the anchor retail tenants alongside the historic Pittman hotel in The Epic, a new dynamic and engaging destination unique to Dallas. It’ll also be close to Komodo and Uber’s new office towers.

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Adair’s Burger is Still Mighty and Meaty After All These Years

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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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Terry Black’s Means Texas

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With roots hailing from Texas BBQ mecca, Lockhart, Texas, Terry Black’s has this amazing history in smoked meats which scream Texas.

We had the fortune to speak to the Black twins recently, giving us some insight into what is being served in the fairly new 10,000 square feet digs located in Deep Ellum, in the heart of Dallas. Twin pitmaster brothers Mark and Micheal Black were all but happy to chat to Crave on the cusp of the Covid-19 scare, but were calming to the end that they are carefully monitoring and sanitizing, and following all local ordinances. This also includes pick-up, curbside and store delivery. Continue reading


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The Race For Ribs Is On

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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

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Team at Doublewide to Open Thunderbird Station


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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