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Harwood District’s Saint Ann Restaurant & Bar Launches New Menus

Located in the historic St. Ann’s Parochial School building within the Harwood District, Saint Ann Restaurant & Bar is offering a refreshed seasonal lunch, dinner, weekend brunch and signature cocktail menu. 

Harwood’s Corporate Chef Taylor Kearney says of the new menu “You will find modern classics that you know and love, utilizing seasonal and local ingredients. Whether you are dining for lunch, dinner or brunch there is something on the menu for everyone.”

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Harwood District’s Mercat Bistro Offers Parisian Escape

For Dallas diners looking to feel transported to France, Mercat Bistro, the Parisian-inspired bistro nestled in the Harwood District, is now offering weekend brunch every Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The authentically appointed restaurant also features new weekday breakfast and lunch menus all created by Mercat Bistro’s Executive Chef, Taylor Kearney, an award-winning chef who is well-versed in French cuisine.

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Chili CookOff November 20th at Truck Yard


Mark your calendar for Sunday, November 20th (11:30am – 3pm) and consider skipping breakfast that morning, because Truck Yard is hosting its second annual Chili Cookoff. For three and a half glorious hours, interested parties can stroll about, sampling chili from five of Dallas’s best chefs, drinking beer (a ticket grants you chili samples and two Shiners) and enjoying the conviviality that comes with both.  Continue reading

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Taylor Kearney Plays Chef Shuffle And Moves To Nick And Sam’s Steakhouse

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We interviewed the latest chef at The Greek last week with anticipation of running the story today, but we have more recent news that  Taylor Kearney is leaving the restaurant and has been installed as executive chef at Nick and Sam’s Steakhouse located on Maple Avenue in Dallas.  Kearney will be working under the corporate chef, Samir Dhurandhar.

The musical toques that have taken place recently might be due to the many new restaurants that have opened this month; a flurry that will continue on into November of 2012. The pool of qualified talent is in shorter supply as the demand rises. The Greek will be seeking a new chef to fill Kearney’s shoes.          Continue reading


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