The Mayor’s House, the much-anticipated restaurant set to open in Oak Cliff, will be launching this year without the culinary leadership of Chef Graham Dodds. The two will be parting ways due to construction delays and a timing conflict. The restaurant, co-owned by husband-and-wife team A.J. Gilbert and Martha Madison, continues to move forward with opening plans for 4th quarter, just in time for holiday season, and the new chef will be announced in the coming weeks. Continue reading
Victor Hugo’s, a comfortable-cozy Oak Cliff neighborhood favorite, lauded for its New American bistro-style cuisine, is expanding to Richardson with a satellite location to be located in a redeveloping center, popular with tech-friendly, mobile-office entrepreneurs. Continue reading
by Deborah Wilson
In the beginning, there was Tillman’s Corner.
This was in the era B.C. — before cool — when roosters still roamed the un-gentrified land of Oak Cliff without fear of city code inspectors or the heedless, speeding wheels of a yuppie’s Trek. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Built in 1922 and renovated in 2014, the building is appropriately known as Cannon’s Village after Cannon’s 5-Cent store became the anchor tenant in the 1950’s.
Cannon’s Corner showcases traditional Irish culture through a thoughtful food and beverage program. Owner Alan Kearney tells us, “It’s important to me to serve the community that surrounds us. Irish pubs are great back drops for all sports, and good conversation. We look forward to serving our new neighbors.” Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Wedged between the best chicken salad you will find in Dallas, and stacks of vitamins and elixirs of health, you will find aisles of organic goodness and a population of non-GMO carrots. Ann’s Health Food Center and Market has been offering these items and much more since 1984, that’s a might longer than many good readers were alive, and set the pace for larger digs (try 30,000 square feet ) of tasty. Continue reading
Cannon’s Corner Irish Pub, located at 1314 W. Davis Street, promises to offer a neighborhood focused traditional Irish pub experience.
Opening to the public on Thursday, May 16 in one of the oldest, most historic buildings in the quaint and thriving community of Oak Cliff, owner Alan Kearney brings his authentic Irish background and appreciation for community to his latest concept. Continue reading