Hudson House, the first full service restaurant by Hunter Pond, founder of East Hampton Sandwich Co, along with partners Kyle Brooks, Wes Freeman, Hank Keller and Justin Hollis, is now open daily for happy hour and dinner. Located in the Park Cities area of Dallas at 4448 Lovers Lane, the East Coast inspired neighborhood restaurant serves an all-American menu along with a raw bar specializing in East Coast oysters and classic cocktails. Continue reading →
Opened by the Sands family, the good people who owned the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek and part of the Hunt family ranch, Rosewood which raises amazing beef, The Meat Shop is now in soft opening stage (means ‘pardon our dust’ in resto language). Get a sneak peek in the early days of opening of this quaint butcher shop located at 4410 West Lovers Lane in Dallas.
My visit netted a deliciously in-house smoked pastrami sandwich that was cheesy, smoky and just downright amazing. They sell prepared foods such as sandwiches, smoked potato salad, twice baked potato, tomato jam and pimento cheese. There is also a large cooler case of beef from the ranch at spirited prices. Continue reading →
Last Saturday I was in Holy Ravioli and noticed the space next door was being renovated with plenty of signage stating that Chiladas would soon occupy the space. Today we get further confirmation in an email from their agency that they are indeed moving to the Park Cities location at 4448 Lovers Lane in the space formerly occupied by Mango Thai. Continue reading →
Many decades before Central Market Lovers Lane could celebrate a decade at its current location, the popular corner was occupied by LouAnn’s nightclub, a swinging dance and supper club run by Lou and Ann Bovis, who hosted performers such as Lawrence Welk and Jimmy Reed. You can recapture the fun and soul of LouAnn’s on Saturday, September 22 from 7-10 p.m, as Hunter Sullivan and his Big Band perform. Continue reading →