The beach has always been like a second home to me and after moving to Dallas three years ago, I quickly realized that I’m no longer a short drive away to my beloved Gulf Coast. Alas, all of life’s choices come with pros and cons but at time this particular fact can become quite weighty to me, so I jumped at my mom’s suggestion to spend Christmas 2013 at the beach.
You’ve vowed to start off the year eating healthier, aiming for fresh foods packed with nutrients and making generally better choices about what you eat. Kudos to you, give yourself a pat on the back and now get back to that busy social life and go out to eat. What? You can keep these resolutions while still treating your taste buds? Yup.
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.
The weather may have started a little sour this week, but as expected it’s brightened up again and to nice, patio-worthy sunshine. It’s forecasted to be even better this weekend. You’ll want to be outside and at some point while you are soaking up the rays it’s likely that you’ll want something to eat.
Well shut my mouth. Lisa Garza has charmed us again, and this time she’s serving up her Spode china with her famous southern-friend chicken adorned with none other than a waffle, honey butter, and real maple syrup thick as molasses.
Just as Dallas begins to see a peak into our beloved “patio season,” Klyde Warren Park debuts its hyped restaurant, Savor.
I’ve been anxious for Kitchen LTO, a literal “limited-time-only” restaurant space, to open in the developing Trinity Groves area of Dallas, and today is the day! Johnny and I lucked out with a table for two last night during one of the two preview nights and enjoyed watching the hustle and bustle of a new opening.
So we’re in the final week of DFW Restaurant Week, left with those restaurants that have chosen to extend their prixe-fixe menu into week three – ironic that it’s the third week of an event that’s name indicates one and only one. I’ve heard this particular complaint, among others, and can understand the sentiments. However, I love Restaurant Week for what it is – an opportunity to take advantage of trying restaurants that I may […]