Bisous Bisous Pátisserie in West Village in West Village is open today to celebrate National Macaron Day. Stop by Bisous Bisous until 7pm to receive a complimentary Banana Split macaron in honor of the special day. Continue reading
by Rhonda Dutton
I have seen six of Wes Anderson’s eight films, so I would say that I’m a fan (and now need to go back and see the remaining two). Therefore, I was so very open to The Theodore’s magic little world in NorthPark Center. Gifted to us by the same cast of characters who brought us Smoke, Bolsa and Bolsa Mercado, Chicken Scratch, The Foundry, and Bar Belmont, The Theodore transports you from modern luxury shopping to a charming world in Wes Anderson’s mind that is also inhabited by Teddy Roosevelt.
This theme is consistently delivered everywhere, even on the menu which feels like it could have been torn from TR’s personal diary. Continue reading
by Timothy Pham
With various all-you-can-eat Korean barbecue places in the DFW area, LA-based, Gen Korean BBQ House is the newest iteration to open up. Located off of Old Denton and I-35 up in Carrolton diagonally from Ranch 99 and across the highway from H-mart.
Gen brings to DFW its LA flair of modern design and flavoring. Upon walking into the restaurant you’re greeted with the delicious aroma of grilled meat and pleasing view of a restaurant that is well lit with a cool blue glow. The wait can be a bit daunting even during the week, be prepared to wait at least thirty minutes to an hour, I’ve been told that on the weekends it can be up to a two hour wait. Continue reading
The golden child of our modern pastry chef is the venerable macaron. This is the delicious tiny bite of amazing flavor that has a slight snap that gently relents to a bit of gooey blast of jamminess in its lush interior. The macaron is the toast of Paris and celebrated in tea salons delivering a taste sensation without all the fuss of things like “fat” and “calories”. The macaron is poised with elegance, sophistication, and a thing of beauty in its seemingly effortless brilliance. The macaron.
The macaron has its birthright from Italy, brought into this world by Catherine de Medicis in 1533 at the time of her marriage to the Duc d’Orleans who became king of France in 1547 as Henry II. The very name macaron has the same origin as that the word macaroni, meaning fine dough. Continue reading
In honor of National Macaron Day, Friday March 20, Bisous Bisous Patisserie is celebrating with a week full of macaron- themed fun. Follow Bisous Bisous Patisserie on Facebook to guess the flavor of the featured Mystery-Macaron for a chance to win a box of Chef Andrea Meyer’s signature French cookies. The winners and the flavor will be announced Thursday at 3:00 p.m. Continue reading
Bisous Bisous Patisserie opens today as West Village’s newest addition 3700M in January 2015 with design by Tiffany Nichols of NexSpaces and construction completed by Benge General Contracting. The 1,200 square foot space located at 3700 McKinney Avenue, Suite #150 will feature an open kitchen, retail shop and full Coyote Noble coffee bar.
Specializing in a large variety of unique French-style pastries including French macarons, tarts, éclairs, croissants, and cakes, the original creations are made from scratch daily using the finest ingredients. A rotating selection of delectable offerings features seasonally inspired flavors. Peppermint, gingerbread and eggnog macarons, Bûche de Noël , dark chocolate peppermint tarts and iced shortbread cookies are now available for the holiday season. Continue reading