Had a feeling that when The Lily Pad Cafe shuttered about a month ago it wasn't going to return to its digs at Main Street Garden. The official reason for its closing: "cold weather." But when it's 80-something in February here, that seemed like a fairly specious reason. And, as it turns out, it' ... More >>
Photos by Patrick MichelsEver since the park opened last fall, the generically named "Cafe" has been awaiting its proper name, the Lily Pad.Well, so much for the Lily Pad opening today in Main Street Garden.Rudy notes that Park and Rec has sent word that someone kicked in the park eatery's bathro ... More >>
We've been waiting for the Lily Pad to open ever since our sneak peek at the park last fall.OK, so the Lily Pad eatery in Main Street Garden wasn't open Saturday for the Homegrown shindig as originally hoped for. Not to worry, says Kourtny Garrett, senior vice president of marketing for DowntownD ... More >>
Dallas has a reputation for being a little pretentious. Sorry to step on any toes here, but the city really appreciates fine dining, lavish shopping and upscale living. Most of the time, the ultra-chic lifestyle comes with a high price tag, but if you want to socialize like high society on a mid ... More >>
From one decade to another, one year to another, one concept to another...Change is good, right? And so despite economic trials, the few announced restaurant closings in December are--in most cases--merely reworkings. That means some upscale fusion venues will become burger joints, some Greek pla ... More >>
"Do you want to go to this restaurant opening?" I asked my boyfriend as we were heating up leftovers. Checking the temperature of his canned soup, he replied, "Can't. I'm broke." To which I informed him, "It's free, and it's sponsored by champagne and vodka." Apparently, I didn't even have t ... More >>
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