Tomorrow is Fri-yay! And I know exactly what I’ll be sipping when the work day is done (and on my best Fridays, post yoga, too). This is my go-to cocktail, especially during the summer months. It’s my idea of the perfect G&T, and even many friends who aren’t usually a fan of the classic enjoy my take. For starters, the gin AND the tonic matters. I was introduced to both Hendrick’s and Fever Tree during […]
Known for more than just wine, Forth Worth’s Winslow’s Wine Café has opened its second location, now in Dallas.
Known for culinary excellence under the direction of Executive Chef Kent Rathbun, Abacus is a staple dining experience in Dallas. Upping their game, Rathbun announced the addition of Eddie “Lucky” Campbell as the newest bartender at the end of this summer.
You may have noticed that Dallas has gotten itself into a hairy situation, and joined a global conversation in doing so. Of course I’m talking about that good ol’ fashioned upper lip ‘do that men are sporting in honor of Movember, while raising money and spreading the word about men’s health.
Traditions are meant to be kept, some might even say guarded, by secret societies meeting in nondescript locations to embrace a shared passion and elevate a mood through rich, warming scotch whiskey.
This past weekend marked the end of summer but it also marked the beginning of a whole new season even better than summer…football. And with football comes fall, tailgating, and eventually boot and sweater season.
I’ve been anxious to try Mutts since it first opened about three weeks ago, but seeing as I don’t have a dog (for now) and my schedule has been somewhat demanding otherwise, it just hadn’t happened yet. But this past weekend I watched a friend’s dog, Mia, and found the perfect excuse to bring my “borrowed child” to the dog park meets bar.
Boutique, local coffee houses are as hot right now as what’s in their cups and Dallas is no exception to this trend. Mudsmith on Lowest Greenville opened up earlier this year serving up big flavor and personality for those seeking quality downtime. Owner Brooke Humphries is already known in Dallas for Barcadia, Acme F&B and others, so she’s no stranger to mixing drinks and food with personality. Step into the lodge decorated with deer and […]