The Capitol Pub rings in the New Year with one final end-of-year celebration at the popular Henderson eatery. Beginning at 4pm on December 31st, join Pub owners Cheryl and Peter Kenny and the CP family as they celebrate 2020 with a Send Off Soireé. Continue reading
Restaurant veterans and Irish Pub owners Cheryl and Peter Kenny are set to debut Lochland’s Food and Spirits in Lake Highlands this coming January. On the heels of the exciting news, it is with heavy hearts they also announce that Capitol Pub will close at the end of 2019. Continue reading
by Joey Stewart
The residents of Lake Highlands in northeast Dallas have very few options to dine within a short drive, but the list is growing. In part two of our ongoing series we share with you a brand new opening, a remodeled pizza joint, and some good news regarding future openings. Continue reading
by Joey Stewart
While much of Dallas lies flat, the northeast Dallas collection of subdivisions known as Lake Highlands offers a unexpected setting of hills, valleys, woods and streams. Most of the area is served by the Richardson Independent School District, which makes it an enticing place to live for parents who are looking for an alternative to DISD or would rather not pay to send their little ones to private schools.
However, within the LH borders it can be a challenge to find restaurants offering the variety of choices of the surrounding areas. Sure, one can head a few miles west to Preston Hollow, south to Casa Linda, or directly north of 635 for a plethora of options, but for those who wish to stay within Lake Highlands “proper,” we’ve compiled a short list for you to enjoy. Some of you may already be in the know, but we bet there are a few here you have never thought to try. We will spotlight these a few at a time, and here are today’s picks. Click on the individual photos to expand. Continue reading
by Jennifer Thomas
Summer in Dallas is about to get a lot more hoppy Oak Highlands Brewery (OHB) – Lake Highlands’ first craft brewery – set to celebrate its grand opening July 18 with a public event from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m. Oak Highlands Brewery is a production brewery and taproom in the Lake Highlands area.
Lake Highlands’ neighborhood production brewery and taproom has been several years in the making by local dads Brad Mall and Derrin Williams. Along with their families and their OHB team, they are proud to extend an invitation to the public to join them on July 18th at 10484 Brockwood in Dallas. Tickets to the OHB Grand Opening, $16.82 in advance and $20 at the door, are available for immediate purchase. A limited number of tickets will be sold for this event – tickets are not guaranteed to be available at the door. Continue reading