Naf Naf means “Fan the Flame” in Arabic. It’s an invitation to gather around the grill and share a great meal.
Every Naf promises to be your host and offer a unique dining experience that brings people together through authentic Middle Eastern food and genuine hospitality. The rapidly growing brand is now welcoming guests to its table and sharing the Middle East’s finest flavors in its first Dallas-Fort Worth restaurant in Frisco.
North Texas’ most iconic dining destination, III Forks, will host an exclusive Mother’s Day Brunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 8. The menu will feature upscale brunch specialties served with assorted breakfast breads fresh from the restaurant’s local bakery. A limited a la carte menu of III Forks favorites will also be available during brunch.
Life Time, the nation’s premier Healthy Way of Life brand (NYSE: LTH), has officially opened its doors to its tenth destination in the Dallas/Fort Metroplex and second in Denton County (Flower Mound opened in 2004).
Situated across the tollway from the Toyota Soccer Center at 4900 Throne Hall Way, Life Time Frisco created more than 220 new jobs and features a resort-like pool deck, five dedicated studios for the ultimate boutique experience, an expansive workout floor, tennis and pickleball courts, dedicated kids spaces and programmed designed for active agers. It’s all part of the 124,000 stunning square-foot location dedicated to the pursuit of healthy living for those 3 months to 90+ years.
We recently had a chance to check in and check out Hutchins BBQ located in McKinney (closed temporarily due to fire) and Frisco, Texas recently with some pretty positive results. In this world where BBQ can be an easy sell if you happen to have a smoker and a stacks of meat, perhaps with a kitschy name or theme. Where the big chains fail is on delivery of the goods, and it is unfortunate that many follow their happily played tune. But we know better than all of this.
Hutchins is the real deal BBQ in a land of mediocre. They actually use prime meats, which almost seems like a wasted effort. If you slow cook even the worst cut of beef it will eventually relent to an edible plateau, but why risk it? This effort shines through not only with the brisket, which comes out of a day long bath of post oak and pecan wood smoke with a rich and juicy superior meatiness, but also with their baby back ribs. Continue reading →
The Perry family opened its first restaurant in 1979 in Southeast Houston as a modest meat market called Perry’s Butcher Shop and Deli. In 1986, Chris Perry persuaded his father Bob to add dining tables, which eventually led to an expansion and the opening of a second market. As the markets gained popularity, Chris openedPerry’s Steakhouse & Grille in 1993. The original two butcher shops are also still in operation as Perry & Sons Market & Grille. Continue reading →