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Valentine’s Day: Miriam Cocina Latina

Miriam Cocina Latina, the popular eatery on the edge of Klyde Warren Park in the Dallas Art’s District celebrates Valentine’s Day all weekend long, February 11-14 with menu specials in addition to the a la carte menu.

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Ngon Vietnamese Kitchen Celebrates Lunar New Year with 3-day Fete

With a year behind them (first anniversary in September 2021), Ngon Vietnamese Kitchen goes into the Year of the Tiger with a louder roar, and it starts with Lunar New Year! 

Ngon rings in the Lunar New Year or Tet in Vietnamese with three days of celebrations, from Friday, January 28 through Sunday, January 30, 2022. During those three days, Ngon will add two special Tet dishes to the menu: a special Ha Noi noodle dish and two pan-fried sticky rice cake options (beef ham and a vegan option), and on Sunday, January 30, lion dance performances will take place at 3:30 pm and lucky envelopes will be randomly distributed throughout the day. 

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Owners of The Charles Announce Formation of Duro Hospitality, Upcoming Projects

Duro Hospitality, the group behind the beloved Design District hot spots The Charles, Bar Charles, and its newest hot spot Sister, is proud to formally announce the establishment of their hospitality firm specializing in operations, concepting, development and design focused on restaurants, bars, hotels and multi-family projects. 

Duro Hospitality was created in 2020 as a collective approach to creating unique and inspiring hospitality brands and experiences. The founding managing partners – Chas Martin, Benji Homsey, Corbin See and Ross See – each bring unique expertise and talents to the team that contribute to the overall success of the group. 

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Low Down on the King of Cheeses: Parmigiano-Reggiano

Parmigiano-Reggiano is a hard, dry cheese made from skimmed or partially skimmed cow’s milk. It has a hard pale-golden rind and a straw-colored interior with a rich, sharp flavor. Parmigiano-Reggianos are aged at least two years. Parmesan cheese labeled stravecchio has been aged three years, while stravecchiones are four or more years old.

Their complex flavor and extremely granular texture are a result of the long aging. Parmigiano-Reggiano has been called the “King of Cheeses” and Italians don’t just slap this phrase on any old cheese. There are criteria that have to be followed.

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The Historic Rodeo Bar Reopens to the Public on Monday, January 10

Rodeo Bar – the quintessential Texas tavern will re-open to the public for dinner and late-night dining and drinks beginning Monday, January 10 with an updated menu, design, and true Texas swagger.

Located at the corner of Commerce St. and Akard St. the popular Downtown destination quietly closed back in 2018 during a years-long renovation and overhaul.

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Things To Do: Weekends at Eataly Dallas

Throughout the month, Eataly is celebrating the company’s 15th anniversary with its annual Sale-a-brate, where shoppers can find hundreds of products up to 50% off. To honor the occasion, Eataly Dallas is showcasing their specialties with demonstrations, tastings, workshops, and over-the-top offerings every weekend in January.

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