Down at City Hall today, those for the Northern District conservation district wore yellow; those against, orangeI missed the name of the gentleman, clad in a dark suit and tie (that's him at the top right of the screengrab), who, about an hour ago, pleaded with the Dallas City Council to vote ag ... More >>
Sarah Dodd[Editor's note at 4:27 p.m.: Jim has opted to turn this item into a live blog concerning the afternoon's doings at Dallas City Hall. The Simon David debate has wrapped with a vote in favor of the store's expansion, so the council has moved on to the University of North Texas Dallas camp ... More >>
Well, looks like Randall's Food & Drugs, which owns the Simon David at 7117 Inwood Road, thinks they've got next week's zoning vote at city council in the bag.I wrote to Connie Yates, their PR person, earlier this week, asking questions about their plan to demolish houses and re-route a stre ... More >>
View Larger MapWe first told you about Randall's plans to expand Simon David on Inwood Road back in August, shortly before the grocer took its case to the City Plan Commission. Randall's says the 25,225 square foot store, which has been perched on the property since 1984, is just too small -- needs ... More >>
View Larger MapEarlier this week, we made mention of plans afoot to raze Simon David on Inwood Road and replace it with an even larger grocery store. Turns out, some in the neighborhood are absolutely opposed to Randall's Food & Drugs' proposal, which is about to be discussed by the City Plan Co ... More >>
View Larger MapI was taking a sneak peek at the City Plan Commission's agenda for Thursday and noticed a few items of intrigue -- sent one to Pete, which he'll no doubt get to shortly, concerning an application for a specific use permit for a new joint down in Deep Ellum. But there's also this item ... More >>
The Mozzarella Co.
Is prime beef really prime?
Kroger in Oak Lawn
May 27 - June 2, 1999
Despite upscale pretensions, Eatzi's aims for a lowbrow market. Will it fly?