We’ve been celebrating Johnny’s birthday all week (as we should!) and last night we made it to Resto Gastro Bistro in Trinity Groves to celebrate dinner with the family. I had heard wonderful things already but we were all blown away by the food and overall experience!
I may be a Louisiana girl at heart, but I’ve been living in Texas for nearly four years and Austin is throwing some major competition at New Orleans as one of my favorite weekend cities (NOLA, I can’t wait to see you next month!) and Johnny and I just returned from another wonderful, though not restful, weekend in Texas’ capital city.
Self-proclaimed as “fast food for foodies,” Snap Kitchen is serving up goodness to go in perfect portions. Starting with the bright colors when you walk in the door, this place is different from the rest.
Last night Dallas diners headed out to Kitchen LTO, the permanent pop-up diner in Trinity Groves, to meet the chefs and designers competing for the title to the restaurant in this third round of players.
As I was brainstorming the other day, I realized Blank Canvas Society is now a year old! I started reflecting on the things I’ve done over the year, and I was considering what I should write to celebrate this milestone. I realized that this is the perfect time to answer some Dallas FAQs.
Stepped into Trinity Groves lately? You may be surprised by the lineup of twinkling trees and new restaurants, each with a unique flair and cuisine.
My goodness where is the year going? A few weeks ago we visited Houston for a long wedding weekend and to catch up with a few friends and suddenly I’m just now writing a post that’s about hit its shelf life. But we visited some places worth sharing, so I wanted to make it a point to write it down.
Friends often ask me for suggestions on where to take out-of-town guests for dinner in Dallas and I reply with a slew of suggestions (The Porch, Mi Cocina, Smoke, Bolsa, Lark on the Park – to name a few, in no particular order) but last night I was faced with this dilemma myself.