To experience the most interesting dining in Dallas, you’ll have to cross the river. For a lot of Dallasites, that’s asking a lot.
Every time a new steakhouse opens, the natives and longtime denizens among us have to keep from rolling our eyes. Really? We need another steakhouse?
Unless you’ve been living in a cave for the past few years, you’re at least vaguely aware that beer isn’t just for guzzling while watching football.
The Dallas showcase for “Top Chef” darling Tiffany Derry, beloved for her approachable warmth, exhibits an almost overwhelmingly cool sleekness.
If you’re already compiling a list of things to do in 2012, you must put eating a taco at Fuel City on there. Trust us, you need it.
Winemaker dinners can’t be considered anything new anymore. But we’ve gotten so spoiled by the proliferation of such evenings that we almost take them for granted – and that’s a mistake. We have in our midst a handful chefs who have become rather genius-esque in crafting these menus to pair with very special wines, and I’m always intrigued by two in particular.
To celebrate the grand opening of Addison’s Vitruvian Park, Richard Chamberlain put together a dinner menu with wow factor for the Art & Wine Stroll hosted by the Town of Addison on October 27 and 28.
Two guys who had a good idea for a great seafood restaurant nearly a dozen years ago in landlocked Austin just found themselves $59 million richer this week. Guy Villavaso and Larry Foles, experienced restaurateurs […]
From the folks who brought us The Capital Grille comes a new ‘Fresh Grill’ concept. The only Texas location so far is in Plano.
We long for the day when brunch at Smoke was a secret. Now that the meal has been discovered, it’s hard getting in the door at this hangout.
Independently run restaurants are opening at an impressive rate along Magnolia Avenue in Fort Worth. And now, it’s the hottest quarter in town.
More than 125 restaurants in the DFW area will offer very special menus during KRLD Restaurant Week. Here are six worth checking out.