Tucked inside the Decorative Center at the corner of Oak Lawn and Hi Line Drive, Sassetta joins Wheelhouse and soon to open Go Go within the newly constructed 10,000-square-foot complex designed by the renowned Seattle-based architectural firm Olson Kundig. Articulating the space is Center Court, a covered outdoor pavilion featuring the commissioned 18-foot sculpture Moving Figure by notable New York artist Daniel Arsham.
Open for dinner with breakfast and lunch forthcoming, Sassetta’s seasonal modern Italian menu features handcrafted pasta, house-cured meats, seafood and thin crust pizzas in a casual café atmosphere. Complementing the rustic fare is a robust selection of wines from various regions in Italy, along with amari and simple, straightforward Italian cocktails. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Today marks the soft opening for Abel Gonzales’ new Republic Ranch located at 3121 Ross Avenue and will be open now from 11am to 2pm for lunches only. The menu was small but beefy enough to satisfy most anyone in your dining group, and the flavors were punchy enough to grab your attention. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
You have most likely seen the new restaurant at 4218 Lemmon Ave in Dallas, and caved to caution with thoughts of the unfortunate restaurants that preceded Roux Bistro. And there were some unfortunate concepts that occupied that space such as Tallywackers. Or Lolitas. Or how about Cafe Cancun. Some spaces just have a difficult time with their tenants until something truly wonderful comes along, and that is Roux.
Owned by veteran restaurateur and delightful Greek Theodore Koutsogeorgas Roux has a unique niche in the Dallas market. Call him Theo, his surname might be a bit of trouble for some. And you will see him roam the floor, attending each guest with aplomb. He has been doing this since his days at Goldfinger. I recall Theo from his management work at Beau Nash, and the gentleman has owned his fair share of delightful restaurants, and still owns the Greek spot at Collin Creek. Continue reading
Miranda Management Hospitality Group, creators of such popular North Texas concepts as Trophy Ranch, The Trophy Room and Wholesome Grub, is opening its newest concept – Stellar – on Saturday, April 29, at 7 p.m.
Located at 2810 N. Henderson Ave., in the space previously occupied by Vickery Park, Stellar features mid-century modern décor with indoor and outdoor tables, American Cuisine, a cocktail bar and a dog-friendly patio. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
In 1984, The Grill on the Alley, located steps from Rodeo Drive in the heart of Beverly Hills, opened its doors and became and became a huge success. It earned The Grill an international reputation for quality and consistency. The three founders developed a concept that still draws fans worldwide. The Grill today continues its traditions in major United States cities, including Dallas, by offering an extensive selection of superior quality classic American food served by dedicated professionals in a sophisticated, yet warm and unpretentious atmosphere.
Today the Grill continues its tradition of quality cocktails, an extensive wine list and fun plays on American standard dishes such as the massive chicken pot pie, sushi rolls, large cuts of beef and so much more.
Recently we had an opportunity to dine at The Grill, which is located at the Galleria in Dallas, and reacquaint ourselves with some of the dishes they have introduced on their Spring menu. Continue reading
Fans of noted Thai chef Eddy Thretipthuangsin now have a way to satisfy their cravings for the chef’s most popular Asian dishes. Thretipthuangsin, who is normally referred to as “Chef Eddy,” has opened Sai Fine Asian Bistro in Colleyville. The restaurant is open daily for dinner beginning at 5 p.m. Currently, the restaurant is BYOB, but plans to add a full offering of beer, wine and craft cocktails beginning next month. Continue reading
Nationally renowned chefs and local culinary champions, Nick Badovinus (Neighborhood Services, Montlake Cut, Off-Site Kitchen, Town Hearth) and Julian Barsotti (Sprezza, Nonna and Carbone’s), are partnering to open two concepts in Highland Park Village this fall in the location that was previously Village Kitchen, Toko V, and Village Marquee.
Fachini and Perfect Union Pizza Co. are the unique result of the dynamic duo’s culinary creativity and identifying the perfect location. Both Italian restaurants, guests will be able to savor two different styles and settings. Continue reading