The AT&T Performing Arts Center announced today that tickets for AMERICA 50th Anniversary Tour 2020 will go on sale Friday, March 6 at 10 a.m. The year 2020 marks the 50th Anniversary of perennial classic-rock favorite, AMERICA. Touring the world and thrilling audiences with their timeless sound, AMERICA will perform for one night only at 8 p.m. Saturday, September 19, 2020 at Strauss Square in the downtown Dallas Arts District.Continue reading →
A business that seems to have more fun than should legally be allowed, The Dallas Brew Bus has now enjoyed five years of continuous tours around local breweries, safely introducing thousands of hoppy customers to the burgeoning local beer scene.
To commemorate the auspicious occasion of the fifth year The Dallas Brew Bus will be visiting three breweries including Turning Point, 3 Nations, and Community Beer Co. Continue reading →
Going down to the Hill Country? Visiting Fredericksburg, Johnson City or Blanco? Make a spirited trip to Garrison Brothers Distillery in Hye (along the 290 Wine Trail) where they make Texas Bourbon. I delayed a visit until last month. I can tell you, I should have gone earlier. The whole visitor experience at Garrison is superb. Not just the quality of the finished product, although that is crucial, but also all the organisational aspects of the tour. In fact, wine makers could use the Garrison tour as a template of how to do winery tours.
The experience starts on Garrison’s web site, where you reserve your $10 (per person) tour. Tours take place at set times two hours apart Wednesdays through Sundays. The site is straightforward and reliable. In fact, I upped my reservation from two people, to four, and then, a few days later, to six as more friends heard that we were doing it. Each time, the site found my earlier reservation and incremented the number of people, charging me only the additional cost. We kept one reservation number throughout. One thing to bear in mind, no refunds for cancellations. Continue reading →
You have toured Napa’s famed Highway 29, right? The wine trail where it takes 45 minutes to cross the road in the summer (such is the traffic)? Well, an attraction billing itself as the “#2 Wine Destination in America” is taking shape just south of Dallas. It is the “290 wine trail” or “Wine Road 290”.
The term “290 wine trail” is my own. The name refers to the stretch of U.S. 290 between Fredericksburg and Johnson City.
The term “Wine Road 290” is copyrighted and owned by a corporation with the following details: Continue reading →
It is going to be one very busy and fun week at craveDFW, and we are about to make your weekend a little sweeter with the announcement of craveTOURS. This weekend we start our very first tour by celebrating Cinco de Mayo in high fashion aboard a luxury bus bound for some super destinations where we will not only enjoy frosty margaritas, but some tasty Mexican fare, discover a bit about the holiday and Mexican culture, learn how to actually make the best tamale in Dallas from our friends at La Popular, and so much more.
Joining the team is food wunderkind Stacy Fawcett who does plenty of cooking at Channel 8 for various segments including Daybreak. Stacy is known for her super abilities in the kitchen, and knows her way around to some of the hottest spots in Dallas for dining and entertainment. Continue reading →
In the Netherlands it is called Het Fietscafe, but in Dallas you can just call it Buzz Bike. You will soon be seeing this mobile pub on wheels rolling about town, especially if you should be in the Uptown, Downtown, Arts District or anywhere near Victory Plaza – all approved by the City of Dallas.
Best friends Maribel and Gloria were on a trip to Houston, when all of a sudden they spotted the bike on the street and then, it just hit them. “We immediately looked at each other and without saying a word, we both instantly knew it’d be our next adventure… we would bring it to Dallas!” says Maribel. “By the time we arrived to dinner, we already had the name “The Buzz Bike.” Continue reading →