New to the Dallas food scene, LADA Restaurant will open the doors of its flagship restaurant in mid-November and center its fine-casual menu around artisanal enchiladas, the much-loved, neatly folded tortilla with its long history that begins in Mexico and dates back to Aztec culture.Continue reading
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The Adolphus, the storied downtown hotel synonymous with timeless Dallas style, is pleased to unveil the vibrant return of The French Room. Following a thoughtful 16-month restoration, one of the city’s most beloved restaurants returns to its original roots as a preeminent Dallas dining destination. Opening on Wednesday, October 4, The French Room presents Chef Michael Ehlert’s interpretation of classic French cookery, seamlessly blending the technique and discipline of fine haute cuisine with the warmth and approachability of modern, elevated dining experiences. Building upon the numerous awards and accolades earned over the years, including the coveted AAA Five Diamond award for 25 consecutive years, The French Room begins its next chapter paying reverence to the past while welcoming guests old and new. Continue reading
Front Room Tavern (formerly The Front Room) at Hotel Lumen in Dallas, has a new name, chef, menu and design.
NL Group, in collaboration with Headington Companies, has transformed the space with warm colors and textures. Wood tabletops and chairs with industrial lighting and other elements make this an approachable and inviting neighborhood restaurant and bar. The dining room, bar and patio (seating 155 total) is comfortable and simple, yet chic. Executive Chef Michael Ehlert complements this with his whimsical take on classic dishes, but adds a few unanticipated ones as well. Continue reading
Dan Garrison set out to make what he and many others would consider some of the finest bourbon available in the country, certainly within the Texas borders. Garrison Brothers started out making his whiskey back in 2005 and made many road trips back and forth to Kentucky to learn from the masters. Today what we experience from sipping his product is nothing short of ethereal. Continue reading
Michael Ehlert (formerly of Campo) is cooking this week’s “Dinner for Two” to-go meals, benefiting Café Momentum at Bolsa Mercado. These dinners for two, prepared by popular Dallas chefs, will be available for purchase starting Thursday afternoons until they are sold out each week. Quantities are limited and prices will vary from $20-$30.
Proceeds from the sales of the dinners benefit Café Momentum, and each chef has been asked to incorporate produce grown in the garden of the Dallas County Youth Village within their menus.