Last year, first-time Denton festival Oaktopia delivered on content but not so much on attendance. As Aaron Ortega reported in November, the largest crowd was 200 or so, for the mighty Del the Funky Homosapien. You might suppose a festival that drew such a modest crowd last time would scale back a l ... More >>
Dallas, it's beautiful outside. I don't have to tell you how necessary it is to get out out of the house and go see some live music this weekend. Lucky for you, AT&T Performing Arts Center is hosting two different outdoor concerts this weekend, so you can soak up every second of this weather. If Ben ... More >>
Editor: April showers, right? But a little water isn't stopping anyone, which is good because there are excellent shows happening this week. Including the blissfully strange Danny Brown, touring with beat master and unexpected meme star Baauer. -topic and his TeamFromNoWhere are throwing a party on ... More >>
If you ever lay awake at night and ponder barbecue joints, or if you plot weekends based on slices of smoky brisket and spicy sausage, then you should definitely meet Foodways Texas. You could be a match made in meat heaven. Foodways Texas is a group of chefs, journalists, scholars or anyone who h ... More >>
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Lola the Restaurant
Naan wants to bring "edgy" to Plano
McCormick & Schmick's has great shucks, no jive
Hope springs for Mercy
Buy a map, find Little Elm and head to Café C. Your belly will thank you.
Central Market offers up a variety of meals on the run
The Bay Leaf has plenty of personality
Lola, The Restaurant
Liberty's Asian fusion concept slips on a noodle
AquaKnox successfully cross-dresses fish in Dallas
La Mirabelle serves up fine French fare and holds the snootiness