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DRG Concepts to Open Modern Steakhouse Destination Wicked Butcher in The Sinclair Hotel, Premiering Fall 2019 in Downtown Fort Worth

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Wicked Butcher, a modern steakhouse in one of Fort Worth’s most beautiful historic buildings, will open in Fall 2019, restaurant leader DRG Concepts announced today.

The revived Sinclair Building, a historic landmark in Downtown Fort Worth, is home to DRG Concepts’ newest restaurant.  Wicked Butcher is a modern, Fort Worth steakhouse that embraces the swanky, art deco character of the building’s architecture and the vibrant and cosmopolitan heart of the city. Continue reading

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Dallas Chop House Has Father’s Day Plans That Includes A Great Single Malt And A Cigar

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Looking for a great event to celebrate Dad? Dallas Chop House Executive Chef Richard Triptow and team will host an evening of fine food and fine whisky. Three courses will be paired with The Dalmore whiskies, and the night will end with a cigar on the Dallas Chop House patio. Look for this very special dinner June 13 at 6:30pm. Menu forthcoming, but always expect  the best from chef Triptow. Continue reading

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Dallas Fish Market Adds Raw Bar

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It’s no secret that we are fans of Dallas Fish Market and chef Richard Triptow. He is a master in the kitchen and his dishes are pure art. His culinary experience had him working under three chefs at The Mansion: Dean Fearing, John Tesar, and Bruno Davaillon.

“The kitchen under Fearing was a very competitive environment, and most of what I learned about seafood came from Tesar. He took me under his wing and really taught me the styles and techniques that I still use today. Bruno definitely passed along his French influence to me,” Triptow told us. Continue reading

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Dallas Fish Market Hosts Oysters and Martinis Dinner February 22nd (Contest)

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It’s no secret that we are fans of Dallas Fish Market and chef Richard Triptow. He is a master in the kitchen and hios dishes are pure art. His culinary experience had him working under three chefs at The Mansion: Dean Fearing, John Tesar, and Bruno Davaillon. “The kitchen under Fearing was a very competitive environment, and most of what I learned about seafood came from Tesar. He took me under his wing and really taught me the styles and techniques that I still use today. Bruno definitely passed along his French influence to me,” Triptow told us. Continue reading

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Make Your Valentine Plans at Dallas Fish Market (Contest)

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Each year on February 14th people exchange cards, candy, gifts or flowers with their special “valentine.” The day of romance we call Valentine’s Day is named for a Christian martyr and dates back to the 5th century, but has origins in the Roman holiday Lupercalia.

You do not need to be a martyr to understand the day that now represents love is bigger on the romance charts than any other on the calendar through out the year, and we have a way to celebrate that might possibly match no other in the DFW area. Continue reading

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We Have Photos of Dallas Fish Market’s Feast of the Seven Fishes – Joy!

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We told you about chef Richard Triptow’s Feast of the Seven Fishes event he is hosting each night at Dallas Fish Market. This is a totally unique take on the event which would normally be a more Christmas Eve event. We expounded on the Seven Fishes here on Crave, go check this outContinue reading

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Feast of the Seven Fishes Offered at Dallas Fish Market Dec 18-23

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It seems the only time “fishes” is an acceptable word is on Christmas Eve, when Italians honor the tradition of the Feast of the Seven Fishes, or as they say in the old country, “Esta dei Sette Pesci.” Seafood lovers go crazy for the fish bonanza, but how did it all start, and why?

Legend has it that the tradition started in southern regions like Naples and Sicily but is little known in northern Italy. Though many facts surrounding the feast are unknown, there are two definite truths: It’s about seafood and family.  Continue reading

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