Look for bountiful seafood offering with cooler temps and the Lenten season. Here are seven cool offerings to tantalize:
Ida Claire Ida whips up a delicious Wood Grilled Atlantic Salmon, served with blistered okra and broccolini, Fresno peppers, spiced yogurt and sesame.
Mexican Sugar The Latin restaurant’s seafood dishes include Mesquite Grilled Salmon, served with Latin corn succotash and creamy poblano corn, Lump Crab Enchiladas, served with poblano crema, roasted corn pico and queso fresco and Pescado Tacos, served with adobo marinated white fish, avocado spread, kale, jicama slaw, pickled red onions, mojo vinaigrette, lima crema and habanero mango pico on hibiscus tortillas.
Eduardo “Lalo” Gonzales, founder of LALO Tequila and grandson of Don Julio Gonzales – the Father of Premium Tequila – is headed to Mexican Sugar in Las Colinas, and tequila aficionados have a chance to meet him.
Mexican Sugar, the restaurant with a Latin-inspired twist, will open its second DFW location in Spring 2020 in Las Colinas at 3215 Regent Boulevard, Irving, Texas 75063. The restaurant currently has one other location which is in Plano at The Shops at Legacy. Continue reading →
Mexican Sugar, the Plano restaurant known for Mexican comfort food with a Latin-inspired twist, has partnered with Patrón for a Tequila Pairing Dinner on Tuesday, March 5th from 6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. Continue reading →
Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is not a Mexican version of Halloween. Though related, the two annual events differ greatly in traditions and tone. Whereas Halloween is a dark night of terror and mischief, Day of the Dead festivities unfold over two days in an explosion of color and life-affirming joy. Sure, the theme is death, but the point is to demonstrate love and respect for deceased family members. In towns and cities throughout Mexico, revelers don funky makeup and costumes, hold parades and parties, sing and dance, and make offerings to lost loved ones. Continue reading →