by Jennifer Thomas
Continuing its 50th Anniversary dinner series, Ruth’s Chris Steak House will host a vintage inspired “1965 Cocktail Dinner Party” on August 20 at 99 locations across the nation. Founded in 1965 in New Orleans, the birthplace of the American Cocktail, Ruth’s Chris pays tribute to its heritage and celebrates 50 years of Sizzling Steaks and Handcrafted Cocktails at this unique pairing dinner. Guests will enjoy a delicious chef-created, five-course menu paired with our handcrafted vintage cocktails prepared with a modern twist and premium fresh ingredients.
“This year’s highly anticipated national cocktail dinner will pay tribute to the last fifty years of our heartfelt hospitality and commitment to quality. These are traditions that Ruth instilled when she first opened the doors in 1965. Handcrafted vintage cocktails, paired expertly with our chef’s five-course menu, mixed with a generous serving of our hospitality, make for an unforgettable night. Cheers to 50 years!” said Mike O’Donnell, Chairman, president and chief executive officer of Ruth’s Hospitality Group, Inc. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle After 13 years in business, and a move to their beautiful digs at the Gables Villa Rosa building at 2680 Cedar Springs Road back in 2012, The Place at Perry’s will close their doors after July 24, 2015. Until closing The Place at Perry’s will operate with a short staff, but will afford fans of the Uptown steakhouse one final opportunity to enjoy the restaurant. Continue reading
Perry’s Famous Pork Chop
by Andrew Chalk
Frisco is one of the fastest-growing cities in the country, predicted to outsize Plano in the 2020s. One needs little confirmation of the big-city intentions than a visit to the new Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille just opened in Stonebriar Centre (on the east side of Parkwood just south of Gaylord Pkwy. Google maps wrongly shows it north of Warren Parkway for some reason). Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Last week we checked out YO Ranch Steakhouse in downtown’s West End. This nearly forgotten side of Dallas actually has a few remaining and decent restaurants. Recently we had a lovely dinner with out of town guests at The Palm for a larger than life lobster dinner, and Ellen’s Southern Kitchen, all nestled together as if they were protecting one another.
The fact is these restaurants stay quite busy without an influx of local traffic. These are frequented more by visitors to Dallas and conventioneers. Gone are the crazy days of the 90’s where hoards of locals and visitors alike trafficked the streets in search of frozen margaritas and giant haunches of beef, but instead the area is walk-able, quiet and safe.
This is why YO Ranch does so well exactly where it resides. They do an enormous job of providing the weary traveler a slice of Texas and a nicely grilled slab of cow. They also host plenty of parties, both wedding and corporate in the adjacent barn. Yes, YO has a real barn reassembled from the actual 69,000 acre Texas Hill Country YO Ranch. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Last night I attended a little fete at one of my favorite steakhouses in Dallas, SĒR Steak + Spirits. If you read craveDFW very often you have seen our discussions on the type of beef (Wagyu) and the chef (the impressive young Anthony Van Camp). Sēr is tops our beef charts for a few reasons; the unpretentious wine list, the fantastic bar, and a breath-taking view of the city. Oh, then there is the food.
I suppose we should always keep our eye on the prize, and last night we blazed through a few incredible dishes, including some plump and briny Wellfleet’s and a beautiful charcuterie and cheese board. We also shared with our table an incredible plate of foie torchon. The torchon had a delightful cognac character that made the evening so very special and festive. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Have you made your reservations for thanksgiving dinner yet? We have a nifty idea that will save you a few bucks and allow you to dine at one of the hottest new restaurants in Dallas at the same time.
The new steakhouse on the roof at the Hilton Anatole is offering their dinner for a mere $32 for adults and $12 for those kiddos under twelve. For this you get your full on Thanksgiving dinner, plus one of the best views in Texas. Continue reading