Range, a new modern American chophouse from acclaimed San Antonio chef and restaurateur Jason Dady, opens its doors along Downtown San Antonio’s Riverwalk today, Monday, October 2, 2017. Range will be the first steak concept for the longtime Alamo City resident and James Beard Award “Outstanding Restaurateur” semi-finalist, who most recently starred on the Food Network’s new hit show Iron Chef Gauntlet and is leading the charge in making SATX the next big food city to watch. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Chef Jason Dady announces the first annual Texas Chefs Week in San Antonio, bringing together top chefs from all over the state for six nights of special dinners from Monday, September 14-Saturday, September 19. Texas-native Dady, who currently owns five restaurants in San Antonio including Two Bros BBQ Market and the recently opened Shuck Shack, invites diners to take part in the nightly events, featuring star chefs from Austin, Dallas, and Houston, as well as reunion of the culinary team from Dady’s first flagship restaurant in San Antonio, The Lodge Restaurant. Every night will celebrate a different region of Italy, with each chef presenting their own take on traditional Italian cuisine. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
What happens when a talented starred chef from San Antonio decides to enter the Texas BBQ arena? Ask Jason Dady who opened Two Bros BBQ Market in 2009 with his brother Jake.
Dady owns a beautiful stable of restaurants that span the culinary horizons and include Tre Enoteca that features Cast Iron Fried Chicken and Wagyu Meatballs with Spaghetti, and a bevy of dishes made in the chef’s wood burning oven in Alamo Heights of San Antonio. Tre Trattoria located on the San Antonio River offers Tuscan Italian inspired fare, B&D Ice House owned by Jason and Jake Dady with Steve Newman of The Frienldy Spot and Alamo Street Eat Bar and featuring BBQ and beer, and the DUK Truck featuring Tijuana Style DUK Tacos and Bahn Mi Sandwiches sold out of a food truck that roves the Alamo City. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
One of the most exciting aspects of my job at Crave is witnessing the talents of our city’s many talented chefs. Matt McCallister is certainly high on that list. The boyish grin McCallister shot me after completing his collaborative FT33 dinner this past Monday with his San Antonio counterpart, Jason Dady, told me that he had a marvelous time in the kitchen. And the many who attended the special dinner had an equally delightful evening as they applauded the two young chefs as they exited the kitchen and thanked the group for being part of a great food city such as Dallas.
Throughout the evening the pair of chefs would on occasion pop out and explain that they had both foraged and shopped in their respective city’s. There would be things on our plates that we as civilians might mow over or disregard as superfluous weeds. But to our hosts they were found booty in the form of ramps, stinging nettle, lovage and even remnants of McCallister’s Christmas tree. Continue reading