Abraham Salum announced a significant change yesterday at his restaurants Salum and Komali. Ian Tate has been named executive chef at both restaurants, replacing Anastacia Quinones, who's been cooking there since February, 2012. Tate brings experience from his time at Brownstone in Fort Worth as w ... More >>
Update: They sold out in 5 minutes. We told Alice to have it at AAC but no one ever listens to us. Tickets for Meat Fight went on sale at 10 a.m. this morning. The third annual event, with a guest-judging appearance from Nick Offerman, goes down at Four Corners Brewery on November 17. All proceeds ... More >>
You don't walk into Henry's Ice Cream in Plano by accident. Plano is far. You're here on purpose. On a mission. And because you made the pilgrimage all the way out here, your expectations are stupid high. Your toddler stares at neon signage of Henry's Ice Cream and thinks to herself, "This better ... More >>
An almost authentic restaurant panders to the local palate.
In this week's review I take a look at Komali, the contemporary restaurant that promised big Mexican flavors but delivered only timid tastes. When Anastacia Quiñones took over the pass earlier this year, I was excited to see how things would change at the restaurant. Previous meals presented Mexica ... More >>
Victor Tango chef Greg Bussey is a chef's chef. By that, I mean so many other cooks in Dallas mention Bussey's tables as one of their favorites to dine at. After meeting the soft-spoken, quick-to-smile chef, it's easy to understand why. After attending the California Culinary Academy, Bussey spent ... More >>
Anastacia Quiñones is just one week into her new job as chef at the modern Mexican cuisine spot Komali. The Dallas native attended the Culinary Institute of America in New York, then fell in love with San Francisco after just several hours visiting. After working there for a few years, she returned ... More >>
Mai Pham /Houston Press Remember when a burger was just a damn burger? Man, you're old.If you like burgers or the word "unctuous," this week in Dallas blogs was a delightful bounty. If you prefer barbecue and invention conventions, just 'til tomorrow. Read on. City of Ate Andrew Marton stre ... More >>