Dine Above the Rest on These DFW Patios By: Laura James What’s more enjoyable than grabbing a meal or a drink on a patio overlooking the suburban landscape? Even in the depths of the dog days of August, a nightcap when the sun’s gone down is a pleasure. Here are some of my favorite spots
By Janie Pace ~ Two local restaurants with multiple locations around Dallas-Fort Worth offer delicious meal options and fun opportunities to dine with your dog. There’s also a new dessert eatery where you and your furry friend can enjoy a sweet treat! AshJenn Signature Desserts Offering a variety of delicious desserts for the family or
By Janie Pace~ Enjoy the experience of a great French brasserie in your own dining room with Bullion To-Go — without ever having to leave your couch! Bullion To-Go delivers homestyle, chef-driven French specialties like escargot ravioli, wild mushroom agnolotti, house-made pesto, caviar, a selection of French cheeses, or chocolate souffle straight to your door.
By Janie Pace | Photos by Janie Pace ~ “We’re just all one big family, now.” Those words, scrolled in gold letters on the wall, perfectly describes this new neighborhood distillery-eatery in Richardson. Owned by distiller Evan Batt and his wife, Sally, and named for the street located near North Central Expressway at West Belt
By Ayush Saha ~ If you’re looking for something cold and sweet to beat the heat this summer, Popbar, now open in Richardson off of Central Expressway, is definitely the place to check out. Popbar is a non-traditional popsicle franchise that first opened in New York’s West Village. Unlike the classic popsicle, which uses ice
By Ayush Saha ~ Raised in the city that lives for gourmet cuisine, Parisian Julien Eelsen moved to Dallas with a purpose: to make crepes. Now, Eelsen adds a Texas flare to this French staple at his restaurant, Whisk Crepes Café. The restaurant’s setting and ambiance at once brought me back to Paris, with tables
Restaurant Review by Ayush Saha. Chef Julian Barsotti opened Sprezza in early 2016. Located in the Maple Avenue Dining District, Sprezza is a Roman restaurant and tavern that focuses on pasta and pizza dishes. The atmosphere of Sprezza is like that of a cute house transformed into a restaurant. The inclusion of an open
In early 2018, Chef José Andrés opened the second location for his Mediterranean Restaurant, Zaytinya, which first began in Washington DC. His new location is located in North Frisco just across the street from the Dallas Cowboy’s Ford Center at The Star. A Spanish cook by heart, Chef Andrés’ intrigued me with his new restaurant