by Steven Doyle
As the Easter holiday approaches we are reminded about renewal of the planet, fresh Spring daisies and bluebonnets, little baby chicks and bouncy bunny rabbits. It is also a refreshing time for new restaurant menus as they roll out seasonal dishes to reflect the new found bounty. We are now seeing ramps, morels and even fiddlehead ferns gracing our plates. This is a fantastic time of year.
We would love to make a list of our favorite deviled eggs, which are everywhere now and a definite taste we want at Easter. You will see a new version daily at Parigi on Oak Lawn. We also enjoy the deviled eggs at Nick and Sams where there are three versions on the same platter, but particularly enjoy the caviar topped eggs. Continue reading
Meddlesome Moth in the heart of the Design District celebrates National IPA Day on Thursday, August 3 beginning at 11am, tapping several rare India Pale Ales including Dogfish Head 120 Minute, Green Flash Spanish Trampoline, Real Ale Barrel Aged 20th Anniversary and AleSmith/Pizza Part Logical Choice 3X IPA. Continue reading
Meddlesome Moth hosts Italy’s most awarded brewery Birrificio del Ducato and founder/brewmaster Giovanni Campari for a beer paired dinner on Thursday, November 17 at 6:30. Chef Richard Graff expertly pairs four courses with six selected brews curated from the acclaimed brewery by Beer Director Caitlin Mohon.
by Mike Marrero
Tired of the noise and traffic in Uptown? Maybe you should move.
Here is my list of areas to live 10-15 minutes away from Downtown Dallas.
Neighborhoods that “Get It” Continue reading
Meddlesome Moth is hosting a certified cicerone Will Sandifer and Boulevard Brewing Company for a beer paired dinner on Monday, September 28 from 7pm-10pm. Sandifer leads a guided beer experience featuring six unique brews expertly paired with five courses crafted by Chef Richard Graff. Continue reading
Meddlesome Moth has named Richard Graff the Executive Chef of the New American gastropub located in Dallas’ Design District. Graff most recently held the position of executive sous chef at Gemma which garnered multiple accolades during his tenure from its inception in 2013.
Following culinary school, Graff worked at George Restaurant before moving to Craft at the W Hotel where he advanced from chef de partie to sous chef and ultimately catering chef. Graff accepted the position of chef de cuisine at Cook Hall in 2012. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Meddlesome Moth is a fantastic spot for a beer in the Design District; plenty of beers in fact. The Moth sports one of the most comprehensive set of taps in Dallas. But the food has always been inconsistent and somewhat a disappointment. Today we receive word via the new editor at Eater Dallas, Whitney Filloon that chef David McMillan from the recently shuttered Screen Door has been quietly working the kitchen t the Moth. Continue reading