Nothing says Valentine’s Day quite like chocolate, and no one makes chocolate quite like Kate Weiser. Known for her intricately hand-painted bonbons, candy bars and seasonal goodies, Valentine’s Day is a special time for her talents to shine, so Weiser has cooked up a batch of new products to impress your loved ones.
The new treats include chocolate hearts, heart-shaped cookies, “lip smackers” and more. To secure your Valentine’s Day goodies, visit the store at Trinity Groves, The Shops at Clearfork, or the NorthPark pop-up, or check the website, as certain products are available to ship nationwide now. Here’s a select peek at what you can look forward to.
Kate Weiser’s gorgeous chocolates taste great all year-long, but the holiday season lets her creativity really shine with fun, seasonal offerings. And this year, she’s taking over a bigger space to make room for even more of her special, limited-time products.
In addition to its usual kiosk, Kate Weiser Chocolates is inhabiting the old Sugarfina candy shop at NorthPark Mall. The seasonal pop-up will feature all of the holiday goodies that people have come to love, including Carl the Snowman and gift boxes featuring hand-painted bonbons. The store pops up November 4 and will run through December 24. Here’s what you can expect:
The Trains at NorthPark Will Arrive as Scheduled on November 14
In a year that has challenged all, The Trains at NorthPark will still bring joy by the carload starting November 14, 2020, hauling holiday hope for families through January 3, 2021. Benefiting Ronald McDonald of Dallas (RMHD) and presented by Bank of Texas, The Trains is currently selling the keepsake personalized railcars that will run the 2020 season’s tracks. Helping conduct The Trains at NorthPark 2020 are Honorary Chair Sandy Phillips, a long-time RMHD volunteer, along with co-chairs Nicole Brewer and Natalie Lesikar.
Brunch could very well be the best part of a weekend. It is lingering, it is friend-filled, you may day drink without despair and the food. The food is definitely a central focus since it is unusual fare from what we dine on throughout the week. I am not trying to convince you that brunch is amazing, you already know this.
I had the pleasure of sampling the upcoming brunch menu at Maggiano’s Little Italy at Northpark this past weekend and from what they presented it should be a hit. I’m not much for the big chain restaurants but I have always enjoyed Maggiano’s. The food is always on point and there is always an energetic atmosphere. And it is always a good place to end up after hiking Northpark all day. Continue reading →
Debuting fall 2015, Turn The Tables Hospitality (SMOKE, Bolsa, Bolsa Mercado, Chicken Scratch, The Foundry, and Spork) and NorthPark Center are proud to announce The Theodore, Dallas’ next great dining and drinking destination. Offering reimagined American classics, the restaurant is inspired by the spirit of the iconic Teddy Roosevelt and an era of American history full of wonder and discovery.
culinary director Tim Byres — the James Beard award-winning executive chef of SMOKE — has put his fresh spin on soulful American classics. “The one place everyone can share is at the dinner table,” Byres says. “It’s the perfect avenue for storytelling.” In addition to its deliciously hearty and distinctly American entrees, the highlight of The Theodore’s menu will be its shareable plates featuring artisanal toasts, American tapas, and flatbreads. “Here is where the fun and discovery happens,” Byres explains, as guests are encouraged to mix and mingle such offerings as oxtail and beef shank stuffed peppers with white bean puree, mushroom, parsnip, dried tomato, and pecorino flatbread, and dry cured ham and fruit mustard toasts. Continue reading →