The Rustic, Thirteen Pies, Steel City Pops and other highly popular dining and entertainment venues, are set to join Frisco’s Wade Park alongside a variety of premier retailers including Arhaus, MiniLuxe,The Lash Lounge and more. Thomas Land & Development’s massive 175-acre, $1.6 billion upscale mixed-use development continues to add impressive high-end retailers and restaurants to the project underway at the Dallas North Tollway and Lebanon Road, with following announcements planned for upcoming months.
“We are providing diners and shoppers with an experience like none other at Wade Park, complete with the most in-demand retailers around at a destination center that is unparalleled,” stated Stan Thomas, president and CEO of Thomas Land & Development. “This is only the beginning of many great announcements, and we can’t wait to share more exciting news in the upcoming months. Wade Park is preparing to take the North Dallas market to the next level and we want the community to be a part of it.” Continue reading →
The Best Cellars Dinner Dallas, chaired by Chris and Nita Hudson with John & Mary Martha Pickens serving as Honorary Chairmen, will feature a four-course gourmet dinner by prepared by guest chefs including Chef Dan Landsberg of Hotel ZaZa’s Dragonfly Restaurant,Chef Bradford Hodgkins of FT33, Chef Cody Sharp of Casa Rubia and Chef Lance Smith formerly of Smoke.
The intimate dinner will give guests the opportunity to enjoy a selection of premier wines hosted by your assigned wine host with entertainment by Ray Johnston. Continue reading →
Winemaker Dave Phinney will be on hand for a special dinner at Culpepper in Rockwall January 31, 2013 starting at 7pm. The owner of Orin Swift Cellars has an interesting and storied history and will share his adventures in wine with the crowd. The Culpepper wine dinners always sell out quickly and for very good reason. The winemakers are always top shelf, and Executive Chef Chad Bowden consistently plans for the special occasions. Continue reading →
A graduate of California Culinary Academy in San Francisco, chef Dan Landsberg first moved to Dallas in 1996 when we was sent to open Fog City Diner, the stand-out building where Truluck’s now operates from. From Fog City Landsberg had a stint at Toscana where he worked with several other local chefs including Gilbert Garza (now owner of Suze) and David Holben (now corporate executive chef with the Del Frisco brand).
Several moves later including a run as executive chef at Stephan Pyles and the man responsible for revamping Tillman’s Roadhouse, Landsberg is using his vast imagination at ZaZa’s Dragonfly. There Landsberg has a creative outlet that flourishes and changes with each season. Continue reading →