by Steven Doyle
Fast becoming one of our favorite seafood haunts, located in Uptown Water Grill offers a large variety of quality seafood items including a vast assortment of East and West coast oysters, live King and Dungeness crab and so much more. Their Happy Hour is also something to make you smile.
Offering fish preparations of superior quality, variety and freshness, Water Grill Dallas’ happy hour runs Monday through Friday from 3 to 6pm. Guests to Water Grill Dallas can enjoy happy hour pricing on the Oyster Sampler (deal at $19 a dozen) from the Raw Bar and select bites ranging from $6 to $10. Select wines are available from $6 to $8, while all beer pints are bargain priced at $5 with twenty taps serving fantastic selections and local brews. Additionally, all specialty craft cocktails are available for $8 and all well drinks for $7. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
We enjoy our brunch at craveDFW almost as much as we love our seafood, so when we checked out Water Grill for early Saturday we were excited for a meeting of two of our favorites.
The Water Grill brunch menu features Southern classics with a seafood twist such as the Crab Benedict prepared with jumbo lump blue crab, poached organic eggs and grilled asparagus, the Farmed Atlantic Salmon Hash served with sunnyside eggs, feta and mustard hollandaise, and the Poached Salmon Rillettes featuring creme fraiche, mustard, dill and tobiko. The Rillettes are reason alone for enjoy this brunch and is a perfect sharable item. This opens up more possibilities for entrees, and we are looking at you Crab Benedict. Continue reading
by Joey Stewart
The taste of Oysters can start a lively debate, but if you are a serious bivalve eater you know that Dallas has dozens of spots serving some of the best in the world. With over three hundred varieties in the US it’s one of the most diverse foods you’ll ever eat. Do you prefer the briny taste of east coast oysters, or the sweeter ones from the west? How about oysters from the south?
That’s an old school train of thought that we don’t produce great oysters in Texas or the Southeast. Regardless, here’s a list, in no particular order, of some of the top spots in Big D to get your fix on. We won’t list any spots that “rinse” their oysters before they serve them. That’s blasphemy to oyster addicts. Every restaurant will have different varieties on different days, but we’ve listed some of their more popular and recent selections. Continue reading