This month, award-winning chef Curtis Stone, brother Luke Stone and Dallas partner Stephan Courseau introduce Georgie by Curtis Stone in the Knox District. Inspired by the Stone brothers’ Gwen Butcher Shop & Restaurant in Los Angeles, Georgie by Curtis Stone focuses on integrity and sustainability, using high-quality ingredients sourced from responsible purveyors, as well as local farmers and ranchers. With its soft opening on November 18, the restaurant joins Courseau’s other concepts, Le Bilboquet and Up On Knox, on Travis Street. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
In 2011 TrailerCakes co-owners Heather Zidell and Leora Azoulay Lesh found a suffering 1965 Tradewind Airstream trailer in a small town in Ohio which would soon become Bubbles, the cupcake toting trailer that spewed tiny bubbles from its posterior and tiny cupcakes from as side compartment window.
Acquiring Bubbles was actually by accident on eBay. After placing a bid in the auction, the ladies didn’t realize that the trailer was full of gaping holes. Or that the owner lives on a middle-of-nowhere ranch in Ohio. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
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