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Graham Dodds and Chad Houser Join Forces for Special Holiday Cooking Class

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Two of the Dallas area’s most popular chefs are teaming up on Saturday, December 9th at the Granada Theater on Lower Greenville for a really fun 3 hours of teaching some of their favorite dishes for the holidays. Both Graham Dodds and Chad Houser will be working together at this special cooking class.

Expect some surprise guests, holiday music, and superb holiday cocktails from Deep Eddy Vodka. Everyone who attends the class will enjoy the dishes created by the chefs and will leave with the recipes that day all with a lovely holiday theme.

Grab your tickets below for this class which starts at 11am December 9th.

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Tesar Cooking Class This Saturday, September 30th at Granada Theater

tesar_johnby Melissa Sheffeld

One of Dallas’ most prolific chefs, John Tesar, will be appearing at the Granada Theater this Saturday performing a cooking class that includes a marvelous spread prepared by the Top Chef.

Tesar has been busy appearing on not one but two seasons of Top Chef and numerous other cooking programs, is owner of Knife one pretty fantastic steakhouse in Dallas, soon to open in San Francisco and in Plano. He also has a burger concept about to open in Plano which will most likely kill your desire for any other burger in Dallas. He also recently released his best selling book also called Knife. Busy chef, and Dallas is fortunate to have him.  Continue reading

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Chili Challenge Goes Rewarded at Granada

dsc00250by Steven Doyle

Cooler temps always means warm chili and the good people at the Granada (both theater and Sundown) took advantage of the weekend by importing a gathering of chefs to stir excitement into their inaugural cookoff.

Sunday we found chefs from around the city including Graham Dodds (Wayward Sons), Oliver Sitrin (Blind Butcher),  Patton Robertson (Cafe Momentum), Jason West (Sundown at Granada), and Troy Gardner (V-Eats).   Continue reading

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Texas Chili Fest at Granada November 6, 2016

peppersby Steven Doyle

Texas Chili Festival is a celebration of autumn that combines music and chili. The event will feature different North Texas chefs competing as they feature their culinary takes on the “Bowl o’ Red” traditions. Chili will be available for purchase, along with other food options, and participating chili Chef’s will provide 1 oz sampling portions while supplies last.   Continue reading

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How To Enjoy The Granada Theater

granadaby Jon Daniel

Built in 1946, The Granada Theater is one of the oldest continuously operating theaters in Dallas. The current configuration as a music venue provides patrons with excellent sight lines to the raised stage.  In August of 2014, owner Mike Schoder will celebrate ten years of bringing music to Dallas from every part of the world. Mike has presided over a continuous upgrading of the sound, lighting and other facilities to make The Granada a great place to see any type of music.   Continue reading

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Eat Me: Sundown at Granada’s Scallops

DSC01464by Steven Doyle

Pretty much everything from the kitchen at the Sundown at the Granada is a home run, including this beautiful plate of seared scallops.

Tomorrow we interview Patrick Stark, the rock and roll chef from the Sundown, and find out what he has been up to (besides plenty of television), and what he has planned for the near future at Sundown. It is a spirited interview with some new surprises, and a fun adventure with this fascinating chef.

 

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Win This: NYE at Granada + Dinner At Sundown

sundown2by Steven Doyle

Sundown at the Granada is the sister restaurant to the iconic Granada Theater, both located on Lower Greenville Avenue. The restaurant has a full menu and a dynamic cocktail program that affords diners a fantastic experience in the funky surroundings. The restaurant is outfitted in reclaimed wood and reflects the attitude of the neighborhood, which has a laid back shine and a bit of a party patina.

Brunch is now served on the weekends, and it is always fun to watch the night life from the epic rooftop bar. Continue reading

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