by Steven Doyle
I know I am not the only one impressed with the marvelous job Andre Natera is doing over at Marquee Grill in Highland Park Village. His deft hand plays merriment on our palate, and it seems he never grows weary of playfulness in his kitchen.
We will settle for our nunchaku and bow hunting skills all the while as we lust after the following weekend specials he sent our way in email today. Check out the photos below and enjoy licking your monitor, or just make reservations. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle photos by Robert Bostick
This week on craveRADIO we hosted guest Andre Natera who recently took on the top toque position at Village Marquee Grill in Highland Park Village. There the chef casts his own special flare on his locally sourced cuisine. Chef Natera explained that his style relied heavily on classic French technique. This is why his dishes are fresh and approachable, without much of the faddish glam that can often be found in some of the top American restaurants across the country. Natera labeled his style as modern regional Texas-Inspired cuisine. Continue reading
by Melissa Robert
When choosing where to meet a friend for lunch in Dallas, you have what is commonly referred to as a “first world problem.” There are many, many great choices. Sure, there’s Hopdoddy with a line wrapped around the building, or one of the new exciting food trucks that has recently debuted on the Dallas food scene. But, if the weather isn’t so great and you forgot the website where you track down the food truck closest to you, do yourself a favor and check out the tasty lunch menu at Marquee Grill. Situated in Highland Park Village, Chef Andre Natera has forged a lunch menu that no friend would pass up meeting with you to try. Continue reading
by Joy Jangle
Sundays are awesome for several reasons: you can laze around, nurse the pain from the night before, and my personal favorite: Brunch! It had been awhile since I’ve stopped by Marquee Grill, a lady can only stay away for so long…. Continue reading
by Crave Staff
Andrew Lostetter has been a bartender in the Dallas area for over fourteen years; he has grown as a barmen moving from Consilient (Fireside Pies on Henderson and Sense) to join the team at Neighborhood Services Tavern, then on to The Marquee Grill in Highland Park Village. Andrew has been on the forefront of the cocktail movement in Dallas and has frequently been seen shaking cocktails for various charities around Dallas, including Bar 828 in Oak Cliff, and the HID IN pop-up bar that had a brief stint in Deep Ellum.
Recently Andrew experienced an epic ski accident that left him with a fractured pelvis in four places, dislocated sacrum from his pelvis and fractured two of his vertebrae. Two surgeries later Andrew is back in Dallas undergoing further treatment. Continue reading