OK team, huddle 'round and take a knee. We realize we cover a lot of topics pertaining to burgers, beer and tacos here at the City of Ate. And that's all fun and games until someone gets an eye poked out. And by that we mean jabbed in the eye socket with a lawsuit. Suppose an errant knife or deep- ... More >>
Mark your calendars for June 26-28, girls, boys and foodies. The Texas Restaurant Association's annual Southwest Foodservice Expo is coming to the Dallas Convention Center and with it (aside from yours truly who won't be competing for a title this year due to overbooking) chef Marcus Samuelss ... More >>
The Greater Dallas Restaurant Association is seeking a new executive director, according to an ad posted this week on Craigslist. Former executive director Jamee Jolly, who joined the organization in 2007, resigned last fall to become president of the Plano Chamber of Commerce. The Greater ... More >>
Norma's Café recently turned 54, and if a restaurant lasting more than 50 years wasn't enough reason to celebrate, they now have another reason to add to the list. Ed Murph, owner of the restaurant, was inducted to the Texas Restaurant Association Hall of Honor, winning the organization's h ... More >>
Flickr user: lopolisA little while ago, Rudy Bush posted an item about a new push to allow beer and wine sales citywide, thus eliminating the so-called "dry" parts of town in which booze can't be sold for off-site consumption. Big news, to be sure, but also old news: I called Gary Huddleston, the ... More >>
Patrick MichelsA show of buttoned-down professionalism, typical of the restaurant business, at the Seat-B-Clean booth.The Southwest Foodservice Expo, in the Dallas Convention Center last week, was an sprawling, facsinating deconstruction of the business, as if some omnipotent conventioneer had taken ... More >>
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