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Royal 38 Opening on Katy Trail Spring 2016

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Royal 38, a new shareable plates restaurant coming to the Katy Trail announced it will open its doors spring 2016 at 3403 N. Fitzhugh. The new concept will combine unforgettable dining, with cocktail and wine pairing experiences all foodies will appreciate. With its idyllic venue on the Katy Trail, Royal 38 will be a great spot for dates and celebrations alike.

The menu will feature sharable plates such as Braised Veal Cheeks with fried polenta cake and veal reduction, and Salt & Pepper Chicken Skins with chili, peanuts, Thai vinaigrette and lime. Chef-driven entrees will include Blue Crab Fettuccine with cherry tomatoes, basil, roasted red pepper, corn, bacon and pecorino Romano and Steak Frites with truffle herb fries. The 38 Burger with Muenster cheese and bacon jam, and Grilled Cheese on Texas toast with Muenster, provolone and American cheeses, Granny Smith apple and thick-cut bacon, provide elevated takes on American classics. Additionally, Royal 38 will feature four Chef’s Toasts served daily with delectable toppings, such as Brie, onion jam and apple, all served on thick cut, grilled sourdough. All menu items will be available for dinner and late night dining.   Continue reading

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Taverna Pizzeria and Rissoteria Re-Opens On Knox In Dallas

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We discussed Taverna Pizeria and Rissoteria moving a mere few city streets away to Knox some time ago, but the actual transition from one restaurant to the other  took a record breaking 36 hours. The new digs for the Lombardi Family Concepts is now officially open on Knox, nestled gently to its sister restaurant, Toulouse.

“Taverna has become a Dallas favorite, and the new Knox Street location right off the Katy Trail will allow even more people to enjoy Taverna,” said Alberto Lombardi. “I look forward to seeing all the familiar and new faces at Taverna’s new home.”   Continue reading

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Jayne Blazes A Katy Trail

by Jayne M. Chobot

I come from a family of geniuses. My running joke is that if I’m good they let me set the table pretty. I am the oldest of four children, born to parents who are still, 33 years later, happily married (and sometimes disgustingly so). One of the many differences between me and the rest of my family is that I seem to be the only one who did not get the running gene. I briefly gave it a half-hearted shot in junior high, but I was much more interested in aesthetics; always content with music, dance, food, and decorating the world in various ways.     Continue reading

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