by Steven Doyle
A rumor we heard all day was that Madrina was closing, and we just confirmed that fact. Named by many one of the city’s best restaurants, and even made national lists, Madrina will be sorely missed.
This is another of the terrible fall-out from 2016 bubble burst. We will expect more, hopefully not many. Continue reading
Misery Loves Company, the group behind the acclaimed Proof + Pantry in the Dallas Arts District, are heating up the Dallas culinary scene yet again with their newest concept, Madrina, which will officially open at The Shops of Highland Park the first week of September. Since announcing plans for their second concept earlier this spring, Madrina has quickly become one of the most anticipated restaurants of the year.
Since opening Proof + Pantry last year, Misery Loves Co. has been helping lead the charge in changing the landscape of Dallas’ culinary scene and are continuing to raise the proverbial bar with Madrina, which will marry classic French techniques with authentic Mexican cuisine. Helping to further raise that bar, the group has named Julio Peraza (who is just back from hosting a sold-out dinner at the iconic James Beard House) executive chef of Madrina. Continue reading
Misery Loves Co. Restaurant Group announces plans to open Madrina, a new fine dining restaurant concept, early this summer at The Shops of Highland Park. The new restaurant will offer guests bold Mexican dishes fused with impeccable French technique, sauces and overall inspiration.
The Madrina menu will reflect Chef Kyle McClelland’s fresh take on modern, authentic Mexican cuisine with a French twist. Menu items, with ingredients sourced from the best purveyors of Mexico and France, will include Hay smoked Foie Gras made with jaggery, plantains, pepita and coconut, Steak Tartare with pickled papayas, dried jicama, capers, shallots and egg yolk and Okra-Bell Pepper Ratatouille with masa crepe. Continue reading