They call Montana “The last best place” and I can now say I know why. From the huckleberry ice cream (really, huckleberry everything), the deer and other wildlife that cross the less traveled roads at their leisure, down to the sprawling landscapes flanked by mountains and dotted with crystal lakes, everything is magical.
So I finally made it to Oak – and during Executive Chef Richard Gras’ first week. With continued hype since the restaurant first opened early last year, Oak has established the Design District as the up-and-coming spot to be.
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.
“There is no other place on earth even remotely like New Orleans. Don’t even try to compare it to anywhere else.” -Anthony Bourdain New Orleans always offers up new adventures along with trusty gems and go-to spots, and most recently I traveled back down south for a friend’s wedding in the Crescent City. The crew that traveled from Dallas was nicely mixed with David who is from Houston but went to LSU; Johnny and Julie, […]
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 […]