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Kate Weiser Will Save Your Easter With Chocolate

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Kate Weiser produces beautiful chocolates year-round, but Easter is a special time for her talents to shine. Known for her intricately hand-painted bonbons, candy bars and seasonal goodies, Weiser has cooked up a batch of new products that will be the highlight of everyone’s Easter basket this year.

The new treats include bunnies, multiple-size eggs, special bonbons and even a chocolate “carrot.” Each item is available at Trinity Groves for Curbside pickup as well as online and at Central Market. Be sure to secure your favorites. Continue reading

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Growing List of Dallas Restaurants Offering Curb-Side and Delivery

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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

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Super Deal at Pie Tap for Super Bowl

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Football fans all over are gearing up for the Super Bowl (sans an amazing Dallas team)  on Sunday, February 5 and one local favorite is offering the perfect, convenient option for watch party hosts.

Pie Tap Pizza Workshop’s impressive delivery option is sure to fulfill all of Dallas’ gameday needs. Guests can choose from one of Pie Tap’s seven pies served on its simple, five-ingredient dough.   Continue reading

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Warm Boxes of Cookies Make Their Way to Allen and McKinney

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Cookie lovers in Allen and McKinney, rejoice! Tiff’s Treats, a Texas-based company known for its delicious cookies and brownies, baked fresh and delivered warm, is opening at 977 State Highway 121, Suite 160, (at Watters and 121) in Allen, to serve residents and businesses in the Allen and McKinney areas.   Continue reading

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Monkey King Now Offering Delivery Via Caviar

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The newish delivery service Caviar is teaming up with a hot local favorite, Monkey King Noodle Company, to offer delivery of their Chinese street food.  Beginning this Thursday, August 13th you will not need to stand in line in front of the tiny Deep Ellum restaurant, but instead have it lovingly brought to your front door of your home or office.   Continue reading

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Greenville Avenue Pizza Company Celebrating 8 Years of Pie

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Pizza is big business in Dallas, as it is across the country. This is something that Sammy and Molly Mandell, owners of Greenville Avenue Pizza Company are all too familiar with. They have taken their small pizza concern started eight years ago and taken it to be one of the top producing restaurants of its kind in the nation. From the looks of the building, which stood the test of time through renovation and gentrification of the lowest Greenville area which is now engulfed in some seriously good restaurants now, you wouldn’t know that they have over fifty employees and sell a ton of dough each year. Well, more than a ton.   Continue reading

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ZaLat Grand Opening April 1st, Now Delivers Until 4am

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It has been just over a month since Khanh Nguyen opened his new pizza haunt ZaLat next door to his famous late night pho restaurant DaLat on Fitzhugh in Dallas.  Since then he has had a growing number of fans take advantage of the delivery service which roughly covers a five mile radius of the new shop. Since we broke the story most of the Dallas media picked up on the fact that Khanh is actually making one of the best pizzas around – and for good reason.  Continue reading

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