by Steven Doyle
January 2020 has been a sad month with closures the Dallas restaurant community.
We were rocked by the news of LUCK in Trinity Groves bowing out, with a final blow out last Sunday. We were especially unsettled by this bit of news as over the years we had plenty invested mentally in LUCK and the owners, Chef Daniel Pittman, Jeff Dietzman, and Ned Steel who were all first time restaurant owners. The boys called on us months before opening their beer-centric restaurant in up-and-coming Trinity Groves having us attend pop-ups around the city as they prepared guests for something truly amazing. Continue reading
Brunch is arguably the most important meal of the day – especially in Dallas – and with the launch of Brass Band Brunch, The Clover Club is now the go-to destination for Dallasites looking to enjoy a brunch like no other.
Inspired by renowned brunches in New Orleans and Charleston, The Clover Club’s brunch features a live brass band performance and a high-quality food menu created by Chef Anthony Van Camp, formerly of Al Biernat’s and SĒR, who has given a modern American twist to old classics. Some of the offerings include: Continue reading
by Alex Gonzalez
Hot off of a grand opening in Uptown, The Clover Club offers Dallas a blast from the past. The new two-level restaurant is styled in the fashion of an old luxurious jazz lounge, where guests can behold live musical performances as they eat meals by chef Anthony Van Camp.
When he first created the concept of The Clover Club, partner Brad Woy had a vision to revisit the idea of a supper club. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Dallas, prepare for a deal changing club and restaurant just days away from premiering on the Dallas scene. From the hearts and minds of restaurant owner and investor Brad Woy and uber cocktalier and bar owner Eddie Campbell (also known as Lucky to fans) comes Clover Club which is a send-up of the original Bellevue-Stratford Hotel’s Clover Club from the late 1800’s Philadelphia social club which attracted movers and shakers of the day, including moneyed bankers and intellects of the time not too unlike the Midtown Manhattan Algonquin which also attracted a similar heady crowd. Continue reading
by Andrew Chalk
Media types headed to Abacus in droves on Tuesday night for a special preview of Eddie ‘Lucky’ Campbell’s new cocktail menu and chef de cuisine Daniel Burr’s new bar menu. We reported Kent Rathbun hiring Campbell to Abacus and expected the fedora-wearing one to have a big impact on the cocktail list. The old list is still on the web site (as of Wednesday night) and the differences make interesting reading. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
You know Lucky Campbell, one of our favorite Dallas bartenders. He was the mad man behind Chesterfield’s in downtown Dallas, and most recently behind the stick at Standard Pour where he was a constant fixture for those in need of a curiously delicious cocktail.
Last week Lucky went all MIA on us, and didn’t leave a forwarding address. Well, we found him, and this time he is at Abacus working with Kent Rathbun. Look at Lucky, getting all refined on us. We wish him the very best.