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Fat Straws Lunar New Year Donut Pop-Up

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Fat Straws, the bubble tea concept known for its boba tea and chewy puff donuts (formerly known as mochi donuts) is featuring a limited time chewy puff donut for the Lunar New Year.

The festive red and gold donuts will be available Fridays through Sundays at all four Fat Straws locations starting tomorrow, January 17 – February 8. The donuts can also be pre-ordered in limited quantities. Continue reading

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Special Night at Flora St Celebrates Samar with Stephan Pyles and Vijay Sadhu

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Join Chefs Stephan Pyles and Vijay Sadhu as they pay homage to former downtown Dallas restaurant Samar by Stephan Pyles with a one-night-only pop-up at Stephan Pyles Flora Street Café. On Friday, December 27, 2019, Flora Street Café will be transformed into Chef Pyles’ celebrated “Silk Road-Spice Route”-inspired restaurant featuring a four-course menu with optional wine pairings, belly dancers, and an appearance by former Executive Chef of Samar Vijay Sadhu, one of the recent victors on “Beat Bobby Flay”. Continue reading

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Nameless Chefs Dinner May 3rd

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The Nameless Chefs are planning their May Sharing Table. With years of experience in fine dining, and a focus on the art of pop up dinner, Nameless Chefs creates unparalleled pop up experiences all around the metroplex.

This iteration of the Nameless Chefs include food and drinks influenced by Italian and various Asian cuisines and while everything will sound familiar, nothing is quite as it seems. If you’ve ever thought about attending one of our The Sharing Table dinners, this is the one to come out for. Grab advance tickets here. This dinner is May 3rd at 7pm. Continue reading

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McCallister Featured Pop-Up Chef at Community Beer Company Nov 16th

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One of the city’s best chefs will be visiting a brewery just steps away from his Design District restaurant, FT33. Chef Matt McCallister will be throwing down at a pop-up in the hallowed halls of Community Beer Company and the menu will be equal to the greatness of the beer poured, and the talents of McCallister. Continue reading

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An Evening With Chef Omar Flores at the Urbano Cafe Pop-Up

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There are so many pop-ups these days that it can be dizzying keeping track, but these are the special dinners that often wine special, chef high and happy occasions that makes them so very unique and inviting. This is where a chef can step out of his culinary boundaries that they are often tied to at their regular gig. Menus have a way of beating a chef into submission. This is why when a fantastic chef agrees to perform a pop-up you need to jump all over the situation.

We sincerely attempt to bring you those opportunities here at craveDFW, and a handful of readers took advantage of one last night when James Beard nominated Omar Flores made an appearance at Urbano Cafe’s event space next door to their regular restaurant. Continue reading

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Omar Flores Pop Up At Urbano Cafe Sept 25th

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Missing Omar Flores at Casa Rubia in Trinity Groves? He is frying chicken and rolling biscuits at his restaurant Whistlebritches, soon to open a second version of this southern-style restaurant. But you may try some of his headier cuisine, the stuff James Beard has shown him love once again for, at an upcoming dinner in the old digs commonly referred to as Tom Spicer’s Garden behind Urbano Cafe. Continue reading

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Asian Quartet Pop Up July 26th

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The chefs behind Sumo Shack, Wabi House, Monkey King Noodle Company, Four Sister (soon to open in Fort Worth) and Khao Noodle Shop (a pop up) have come together to present an evening of Asian street foods from four distinct cuisines – Chinese, Japanese, Laotian, Vietnamese: Continue reading

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