• Lower Greenville's Lucky Day of Debauchery
    March 18 at 4:20 p.m. by Hannah Ridings

    Following the parade, the drinking, dancing, and bead throwing continued at the block party held on Greenville Avenue in Dallas. Photos by Hannah Ridings

  • Bullion Brings Stunning French Fine Dining to Downtown Dallas
    March 13 at 4 a.m. by Kathy Tran

    Entering Bullion is like ascending into an alien spaceship from the luxury galaxy. Inside, these very fabulous aliens operate a French restaurant that aims for elegance without stuffiness, playfulness without gimmickry and a classic feel that…

  • A Breakfast Pop-Up at Texas Theatre
    March 11 at 11:40 p.m. by Brian Maschino

    Chefs Katherine Clapner (of Dude, Sweet Chocolate) and Manny Rodriguez (of Manny's Cortado) presented their delicious offerings to movie goers attending the Phantom Thread film screening. Clapner's menu consisted of Welsh rarebit on rye brioche;…


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  • BrainDead Brewing Throws a Three-Year-Old Birthday Bash
    March 4 at 9:10 p.m. by Melissa Hennings

    Check out the scenes from BrainDead Brewing's 3 Year Anniversary. Photos by Melissa Hennings

  • Feasting on Breakfast at The Morning After
    February 18 at 10:35 a.m. by Melissa Hennings

    The Shed at the Farmers Market was packed Saturday afternoon for the Dallas Observer's second Morning After event. Brunchers sampled tasty bites and sips from over 30 of Dallas' hottest brunch spots. Photos by Melissa Hennings

  • The Best of Legacy Food Hall
    February 13 at 7:20 p.m. by Kathy Tran

    Legacy Hall, the European style food hall making waves in Plano can be confusing at first. Here's the ranking and awards given to each stall on what they do best, and what you should expect. Its easy to get lost in Legacy Hall. Here's the awards…

  • High on the Hog at Cochon555
    February 12 at 10:07 a.m. by Hannah Ridings

    Cochon555, whose goal is to raise money in support for family farms and heritage breed pigs hosted an event at the Four Seasons Resort and Club, Sunday. The event featured more than half a dozen heritage breed pigs, cooked or butchered by local…

  • Take a Peek Inside Uchiba, Uptown's New Sushi, Cocktail and Yakitori Bar
    February 1 at 10:50 a.m. by Beth Rankin

    This week, Uchi unveiled the new eatery taking the place of Top Knot: Uchiba, a sort of Uchi-lite focused on cocktails, sushi and yakitori. Whether you're waiting on a table at Uchi downstairs or just going whole ham on fried milk and sake…

  • First Look: 3Eleven Kitchen and Cocktails in the West End
    February 1 at 4 a.m. by Taylor Adams

    The owner of RJ's Mexican Cuisine in the West End has opened a new concept that he hopes will give the neighborhood a shot of energy: A healthy-ish restaurant and cocktail bar with a patio and lounge. Take a look at a few of the menu items at the…

  • The French Room Finds Relevance Again After a Facelift
    January 9 at 4 a.m. by Kathy Tran

    After a spared-no-expense renovation and a complete overhaul of the kitchen and menu, the French Room has once again become a fine dining destination in Dallas. They've still got a little work to do on the playlist, but otherwise, this 106-year-old…

  • Shaken + Stirred, Statler Style
    December 4 at 12:18 p.m. by Alison McLean

    Cocktail lovers gathered on December 2, 2017 at the newly renovated Statler Hotel for a competition to find Dallas' Official Cocktail presented by Visit Dallas. Shaken+Stirred was a night of many libations, dancing and food by Graham Dodds & Angela…

  • New and Delicious: Tantuni Mediterranean
    November 21 at 4 a.m. by Kathy Tran

    Tantuni opened in August on a quiet street corner halfway between downtown Richardson and Richland College. Its chef, Ahmet Kara, is a 30-year restaurant industry veteran whose career has taken him through restaurants in Istanbul, New York and…

  • Chili Versus Chili at Truck Yard
    November 19 at 9:13 p.m. by Hannah Ridings

    On Sunday, November 19, the Truck Yard hosted a chili cook off to support local firefighters and chili cooks. It was a fiery good time. Photos by Hannah Ridings

  • Al Biernat's Unveils New Interiors
    November 11 at 11:16 a.m. by Kathy Tran

    With over $4 million in renovations, the new Al Biernat's at Spring Valley is drop dead gorgeous. With open air dining, lots of windows, and more art than most museums, its all set to serve customers its familiar fine dining steakhouse and seafood…

  • The Edge of Texas Party Celebrates the Latest Trends
    November 11 at 11:08 a.m. by Melissa Hennings

    Texas Monthly magazine and Visit Dallas partnered to present "The Edge of Texas" event on Friday night at the Fashion Industry Gallery. The party helped to celebrate the latest trends in eats, drinks, art, style and culture. Photos by Melissa…

  • The Chefs for Farmers' Main Event Was a Tasteful Delight
    November 6 at 2:54 a.m. by Melissa Hennings

    The fifth annual Chefs for Farmers Main Event held at Oak Lawn Park on Sunday. Photos by Melissa Hennings

  • Night Market: The Streets Were Filled with Food
    November 6 at 1:23 a.m. by Melissa Hennings

    Chefs for Farmers held their Street Food Night Market at Victory Park Saturday Night. It was a taste journey. Photos by Melissa Hennings

  • Brews as Far as the Eye Can See
    November 5 at 8:01 a.m. by Christopher Jon Martin

    North Texas Beer Week had a Brewers Ball on Friday — an event geared to local brewmasters and brewery owners in Texas. The event had representation from many breweries: 3 Nations, 903 Brewers, Adelbert's, Alesmith, Armadillo Ale Works, Austin…

  • Harlowe MXM: A Deep Ellum Cocktail Compound Worth Exploring
    November 1 at 4 a.m. by Alison McLean

    Harlowe MXM — from the team behind Henry’s Majestic and Atwater Alley — is not really a bar. It is a compound, composed of several distinct spaces linked through outdoor corridors and staircases along Main Street. There’s a restaurant, a patio, a…

  • The Korean Festival in Carrollton is a Tasty Cultural Explosion
    October 29 at 5:18 p.m. by Hannah Ridings

    Tasty bites, dancing, music, mascots, and throngs of people marked the successful Korean festival in Carrollton. Photos by Hannah Ridings



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