Lobster Rolls are a source of great local pride for many New Englanders. And when Sea Breeze Fish Market & Grill opened nearly ten years ago, it was their Maine-inspired New England Lobster Roll that helped put the location on the culinary map in North Texas. Continue reading
Great seafood is made even better with great wine, and the team at Sea Breeze Fish Market & Grill knows it. They’ve paired with Walt and Hall Vineyard’s Chad Newsomea to create two amazing evenings of wine and food at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, December 6 and Wednesday, December 7. Seating is very limited for this event, and reservations are required. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
We have some new information on the Legacy Hall project that is underway and is expected to open late summer. Although slated for August or September, word is now that construction is moving swiftly and they are currently ahead of schedule.
Today we spoke with the project’s vice president, Pat Garza, and he left us with some fresh news including recently signed tenants. Continue reading
Since opening nearly a year ago, Julia Pearl has proved time and again that it knows how to have a good time. And the party continues, as Plano’s favorite southern restaurant is hosting a Beer, Bacon and Bourbon Festival on Friday, November 11th. Yes, these three magical B-words are uniting under one roof for your enjoyment. Continue reading
by Rhonda Dutton
I was completely blindsided by Lazy Dog Restaurant and Bar. My dog, Jack, is a “closed pack” dog – meaning he isn’t taking any new members into his club – he’ll play in an area that contains other dogs, such as in a dog park, but please don’t wander into his personal space or there will be a stern “talking to” to put it mildly. And, being a Blue Heeler, he is a working breed and is in no way lazy, not on this Earth or any alternate Earth, either. Therefore, Lazy Dog would most likely not have been prioritized on my where-to-eat list because we wouldn’t have been able to take Jack. In my anal-retentive-germaphobic mind (fear), I pictured it full of dog hair and scattered doggie meals, overturned chairs and crusty pooch slobber on the table edges. Continue reading
by Rhonda Dutton
I’m sure this is a common sentiment, but I only pay for sandwiches that I can’t make (just as well) at home. Based on this, I still have so many favorite sandwiches, I just love them all and don’t discriminate when my taste buds are happy. Continue reading
Whiskey Cake Kitchen & Bar is partnering with Operation Kindness to host an on-site adoption event on Sunday, Nov. 6, from 2-5 p.m.
Operation Kindness will have its adoption trailer next to the patio throughout the event, enabling attendees to conveniently rescue their new best friend. Whiskey Cake will donate $1 to Operation Kindness for each draft beer ordered during the event, and guests who adopt a dog will be rewarded with a complimentary beer. Continue reading