All the fashionable people these days wear ballon hats.Thursday night was the grand opening bash at Naga Thai Kitchen and Bar, and the who's who of Dallas was out in full force for the event in Victory Park. Who are we kidding? We don't know the who's who from the who's not, but there was a r ... More >>
Beginning today, Five-Sixty by Wolfgang Puck is celebrating its first year in Dallas's One Big Ball with a special anniversary tasting menu created by executive chef Sara Johannes. Through February 11, diners at the Reunion Tower restaurant can order a chef's amuse and various options for first c ... More >>
Jeffrey Yarbrough, whose Liberty Noodles is still sorely missed A year ago, Jeffrey Yarbrough -- the man behind Club Clearview, after its initial success in the mid-1980s, and Liberty Noodles -- shared his secret shame with the readers of Forbes Small Business: filing for Chapter 13. His reasons for ... More >>
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Jeffrey Yarbrough, ex of Club Clearview and Liberty Noodles Every month, Fortune magazine's Small Business offshoot runs an as-told-to essay called "Owner's Manual," in which some small-bizzer offers helpful advice -- the good, the bad and the fugly of doing your own thing. In the upcoming October i ... More >>
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