The Fairmont Dallas, the luxury Dallas hotel destination in the exclusive Arts District, is excited to share several new developments, including its exclusive new signature holiday events, open to the public this holiday season. Kids and adults alike can “Tea with Santa” and his elves while making gingerbread and sugar cookies on Dec. 8 and 15. Experience the big day in a big way with Christmas Brunch, designed by Executive Chef Jared Harms, in the International Ballroom or choose to take home your own Christmas meal with “Christmas Turkey (or Roast Beef) To Go.
Or plan to celebrate Hanukkah with a new specially designed executive kosher kitchen and curated kosher menu. And for hotel guests, the “Trees of Hope” package offers with discounted rooms, hotel credits and a $10 donation to the Autism Treatment Center of North Dallas. Continue reading
In honor of Joël Robuchon’s passing, Lark’s Chef Ryan Barnett is dedicating this weekend’s prix fixe menu to the famed chef and restaurateur. This will be a “hard core,” authentic French menu. Robuchon was famed and called chef of the century. His impact on modern dining is immeasurable. Continue reading
Wild Salsa Executive Chef Katie Horne and team are preparing an amazing menu of Mexican regional flavors, paired with the greatness of Avion Tequilas. This is the first of a monthly dinner series at Wild Salsa. This unique dinner pairing takes place Thursday, July 26, 2018 at 6:30pm. Purchase your $45 tickets here.
Win a pair of seats for this dinner by commenting below and sharing on social media of your choice. Winner will be selected July 16th at random. Check out our previous look at Wild Salsa. Continue reading
The Nameless Chefs are planning their May Sharing Table. With years of experience in fine dining, and a focus on the art of pop up dinner, Nameless Chefs creates unparalleled pop up experiences all around the metroplex.
This iteration of the Nameless Chefs include food and drinks influenced by Italian and various Asian cuisines and while everything will sound familiar, nothing is quite as it seems. If you’ve ever thought about attending one of our The Sharing Table dinners, this is the one to come out for. Grab advance tickets here. This dinner is May 3rd at 7pm. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
It’s no secret that we are fans of Dallas Fish Market and chef Richard Triptow. He is a master in the kitchen and hios dishes are pure art. His culinary experience had him working under three chefs at The Mansion: Dean Fearing, John Tesar, and Bruno Davaillon. “The kitchen under Fearing was a very competitive environment, and most of what I learned about seafood came from Tesar. He took me under his wing and really taught me the styles and techniques that I still use today. Bruno definitely passed along his French influence to me,” Triptow told us. Continue reading
Leading conservation non-profit organization in the state, Audubon Texas, is pleased to announce the launch of Dining on the Prairie, a new dinner series hosted by Trinity River Audubon Center. The series includes three dinners with chef-inspired menus,
enticing wines, music and fine dining amidst a spectacular view of the Great Trinity Forest. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Most probably do not consider department store dining to be all that exceptional, when in fact we have several hot restaurants tucked away in the back of some of our finer purveyors for skirts and shoes. We have written about Neiman’s Zodiac more than a few times and they have been treating Dallasites to delicious fare for over 62 years.
Located in NorthPark Center at Nordstrom find a hot little gem called Bazille, which otherwise is known as the grill. There you will find delicious sandwiches, soups, pizzas, roasted fish, steaks and hearty pasta dishes. There are also delicate spa foods to be found for those with lighter appetites. Continue reading