As a family-owned and operated establishment, Hutchins BBQ has always been dedicated to supporting its local communities. In addition to their regular philanthropic activities, Hutchins is giving back to the first responders who risk their lives to treat patients amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Starting this Thursday, in partnership with El Dorado Chevrolet, Hutchins BBQ McKinney will be providing Medical City McKinney with 400 staff meals per week. Continue reading
Local Yocal Farm to Market recently launched an e-commerce platform providing a fast and easy way for meat lovers in Dallas-Fort Worth and across the country to enjoy the “pasture raised goodness” that defines the mom-and-pop local foods store and butcher shop. Continue reading
The Yard in the heart of downtown McKinney is pleased to announce the 1st Annual (Inaugural) Summer Bash on June 29th rom 11am-midnight. The eatery recently added a The Yard Bar (21+) and a dog-friendly patio to the one acre lot which features a “farmhouse chic” historic home and restaurant, wrap around porch, outdoor dining, games, televisions, fire pits and more to entertain families. Continue reading
by Alex Gonzalez
Beginning today, people who live and work in McKinney can enjoy Dunkin’s new futuristic and environmentally conscious store. Dunkin’s newest north Texas location will feature next generation design as well as modern, innovative technology to create a faster and more environmentally friendly donuts and coffee experience. Continue reading
33 Restaurant Group announced the opening of The Yard, The “farmhouse chic” eatery in the heart of McKinney. The Yard serves-up classic backyard grub for friends and family in one of McKinney’s most historic homes – with no yard work required.
Backyard fare including Yard Bird Wings, Beer Cheese Dip, Church Street Club as well as the signature Yard Burger and Front Porch Nachos compliment classic BBQ beer selections and cocktail offerings including Well Water (prepared with Casamigos Blanco), as well as frozen and tapped signature spirits including the Yard Smash (Knob Creek, TX honey, blackberry and mint), Perl Frosé and Backyard Punch. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
There are so many wonderful choices for Restaurant Week which began 21 years ago by Dallas’ most famous culinarian Jim White while he was working his restaurant show at KRLD. The very same Jim White who created Savor Dallas the magnificent food and wine extravaganza that grows stronger each year.
This week we wish to highlight a one of our favorite Restaurant Week choices by neighborhood starting in McKinney, Texas. Restaurant Week is a great way to become acquainted with new-to-you restaurants at a highly discounted cost with proceeds going to both the North Texas Food Bank and Lena Pope Home in Fort Worth. 2017 proceeds were in excess of $796,000, so this is an important event for both charities who do marvelous work for our communities.
The 3 or 4 prix fixe courses cost either $39 or $49, with lunches at $20. Continue reading