by Steven Doyle
Sfuzzi in Uptown and Le Taco are both closed.
Sfuzzi seemed to have a difficult time reinventing itself and blew through a handful of chefs quickly, including Avner Samuels. Le Taco, which was once Scotch and Sausage, also had an identity crisis. Oddly enough Scotch and Sausage was a fantastic concept and put out a great product, as did Le Taco. No doubt it was a matter of finding its audience that took down the taco restaurant. Continue reading
by Jennifer Thomas
On September 28th, Le Taco Cantina will host its first chef’s dinner, showcasing the culinary talent of Chef Daniel Tarasevich and his team. Known for its kicked up tacos, the restaurant will be mixing things up and featuring a five-course menu of varied dishes that highlight the Latin-Asian theme. Just one taco will be served, and that’s for dessert.
Each course will be paired with a different expression of Don Julio Tequila, as Chef Tarasevich creates plates that complement the lineup of beautifully-made agave spirits.
This event takes place September 28 at 7:00pm and has a low cost of $45 per person plus tax and gratuity. Call 469-802-6753 to reserve your spot.