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Dallas Chop House Prepares for NYE

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As we prepare for New Years Eve, and decide upon the many celebrations that we won’t wish to miss, we know Dallas Chop House will be preparing a splendid table fir you and yours.  We are running their vast menu today, and to be honest it is a little overwhelming. But decisions need to  be made  along with reservations!

One of our favorite chefs, Richard Triptow will be creating somethings you will surely enjoy. Happy New Year. Continue reading

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Shell Shack Offers Free Bottle of Champagne NYE

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The hardest part of New Year’s Eve is deciding where to celebrate. But Shell Shack has solved that problem for you by hosting a fun and festive party.  There’s no cover to get in, but there will be plenty of food and drinks. The kitchen will be serving up delicious crab, catfish. oysters, shrimp and other favorites all night long, while the bar pours beer, bubbly and creative cocktails. Continue reading

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Kai Plano Ready to Ring in 2020

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Trying to decide where to go and what is suede for the New Year? There are a few bashes you may not wish to miss! Kai in Plano has a very special evening planned and there is not a fee for entry.  Deal. Continue reading

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Final Hurrah for Capital Pub Dec 31st

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The Capitol Pub rings in the New Year with one final end-of-year celebration at the popular Henderson eatery. Beginning at 4pm on December 31st, join Pub owners Cheryl and Peter Kenny and the CP family as they celebrate 2020 with a Send Off Soireé. Continue reading

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Don’t Tell Supper Club For NYE

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Don’t Tell Supper Club will end 2018 with “The Greatest Show on Earth,” a New Year’s Eve bash rivaling spectacles seen in Las Vegas, Los Angeles and New York City.
Complete with magicians and aerialists, there will be a champagne toast, DJs, cash prizes and the best tomahawk beef in the city. The narrative performance will adapt “The Greatest Showman,” the hit musical about the formation of the Barnum and Bailey Circus.

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Eat Me: TJ’s Seafood Market Cocktail Shrimp

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There are these triggers that set off imagery of a holiday season past. These can vary from delicious scents such as your favorite Christmas pie, the wafting trail of a roasting pheasant or the blast of fragrance from the tiny pine cone found on your tree as you begin dressing it for the season.  There are musical triggers as well. Hearing the first Christmas tune when it actually becomes seasonal proper that lifts you with the spirit of the season can be powerful, as are the visualizations such as seeing the jolly man engaging a wide-eyed child filled with hope, and for us… a large platter of cocktail shrimp from TJ’s Seafood Market. There is also nothing more divine that a New Year’s platter or to from our favorite fishmonger.  Continue reading

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New Years Eve 2017 Dallas Dining Ideas

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New Years Eve is definitely the spark that lights the path for the upcoming year and 2018 will definitely be one for the record book. Look for bright food trends and amazing new restaurants that will be serving more plant-based proteins, bold ethnic flavors and street food, greater emphasis on both children’s meals (definitely untapped in Dallas) and breakfast, under-utilized meats and vegetables, offal and of course the burger will take an even stronger hold on the city.

That said, let’s take a more traditional look on the big night which falls on a Sunday this year. Here are some of our favorite dining options for this New Years Eve. Make those reservations today! Continue reading

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