Duro Hospitality, whose portfolio includes beloved hot spots The Charles, Bar Charles, and Sister, is proud to announce the opening of their new concept on Greenville Avenue: Café Duro. Café Duro is adjacent to its restaurant Sister and bring a unique personality to the East Dallas neighborhood.Continue reading
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On Saturday, April 23, Experience Lowest Greenville is back for another round. The fourth annual event is once again being hosted by the Lowest Greenville Collective, an association that supports the diverse businesses within the neighborhood. Attendees can partake in all the bustling strip has to offer, including great food and drinks, boutique retail and fun activities.Continue reading
Duro Hospitality, which includes Chas Martin, Benji Homsey, Corbin See, Ross See, and chef-partner J Chastain, and is known best for the beloved Design District hot spot The Charles, is proud to announce their next concept, Sister. Sister marks a new chapter in the location of the famed The Grape, a Dallas icon for over 40 years.
Situated on Lower Greenville, Sister will serve East Dallas and minutes from I-75 and Highland Park. This will mark Duro Hospitality’s first venture outside of the Design District, which has been home to The Charles since 2018. The team looks forward to bringing accessible yet elevated neighborhood fare to Greenville Ave. and to the East Dallas dining scene.Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
It is mudbug season again and we will be reporting on the best places to enjoy crawfish for the next few weeks. The bugs are bodacious this year so don’t miss out!
We checked out the Ragin’ Crab recently and thought the crawfish were perfectly delicious. These people have their cooking methods down, and the sauce with a kicking spice for any level you prefer (or none). Continue reading
Each Year, the Lowest Greenville Collective hosts a Fall Festival, which is an opportunity for area residents to hang out, support their local businesses and enjoy a fun-filled day of food, drinks and music. On October 26, everyone is invited out to do exactly that, but this year’s festival will be extra special, as it will also feature trick-or-treating for the kids.
The festivities begin at 11 a.m., when businesses will start handing out candy and a gratis S’mores pizza that’s topped with Nutella, Marshmallow Fluff dollops, Graham Cracker sprinkle and Hershey bars from Greenville Avenue Pizza Company. Continue reading
In 1885, when a new train line was constructed between Omiya and Utsunomiya, Hasuda Station was opened on the route in the eastern part of Saitama Prefecture. Soon afterward Kanjiro Kuribara and his wife Tome founded a small dining place officially named Hinode-ya (literally Sunrise-house) in front of the west exit of Hasuda Station. Continue reading