Fun. Sexy, New. On June 7, Kent and Tracy Rathbun unveil Imōto, the Pan-Asian fruit of their lifetime of culinary and cultural pursuits in Dallas’ Victory Park District.
Imōto is an upscale dining experience, serving favorites from various Asian cultures in a contemporary style, with sharable plates and a traditional sushi bar. Imōto also has a flare for the nightlife with a spacious lounge, weekend DJ and an extensive cocktail menu sure to jump-start the revived Victory Park District vibe.Continue reading →
Crave DFW was graciously invited to Tracy Rathbun and Lynae Fearing’s newest venture, Lover’s Seafood and Market last night to take a peek inside and sample some of the menu. The space features a raw bar, twelve seat group table, dining room, full bar, and a fresh seafood counter for those that wish to cook at home. Continue reading →
Today Tracy Rathbun and Lynae Fearing, the dynamic duo behind Shinsei, shared details of their new concept: Lovers Seafood and Market. The restaurant is currently underway and is slated to open this March in the old Rex’s location at Lovers and Inwood, replacing the neighborhood’s lost seafood spot with a new concept that’s sure to satisfy Rex’s regulars and new customers alike. Continue reading →
Chelsea Corner opened in 1974, proving a popular haunt for many Dallasites. Over the decades, it changed hands, names and concepts, with the most recent iteration being Corner Bar before it closed in 2015. Now, a crack team of hospitality veterans has revived the old neighborhood watering hole, and after a ground-up renovation, Chelsea Corner is back and ready for its unveiling. Continue reading →
DUO – All Things Culinary, that fun kitchen related shop owned by Tracy Rathbun and Lynae Fearing is closing up at the end of the month to make way for a consignment store, Area 25. I chatted a bit with Tracy and she said there were no regrets and that they have been quietly been selling off the inventory over the past few weeks. Go now to see what might be left. Continue reading →