Canary Cafe Turns Five, Al Biernat Turns Ten

That would be Al Biernat’s, the restaurant as Al is well past his teenage years. I don’t have any details on what the Alster is doing for his birthday, but feisty (Hi, Blue You!) Canary Cafe chef-owner Mansour Gorji is planning a month-long celebration. Tuesdays through Saturdays in July, he’ll offer a special five-course Mediterranean menu for $50 (alcohol not included, dang.) For each anniversary dinner or Canary Cafe product you buy, chef Gorji will donate $5 to the North Texas Food Bank I don’t know about you, I mean, how could I, but I do know I love pan seared sardines and I’ll be able to eat them whenever chef Gorji can find them.

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3 comments on “Canary Cafe Turns Five, Al Biernat Turns Ten

  1. I have eaten there many times in the past. The food is wonderful and the atmosphere is very friendly. Congratulations on the anniversary. BTW I love the photo… speaking of which, his steak is to die for!

  2. The Canary is one of my favorite restaurants. So hard to believe it’s five years old! I just got an email with more info about the five course anniversary special, and it looks terrific. It’s good to have something to look forward to in July.

  3. Dear Nancy, I’m not too far past my teenage years. Just hard living makes me look that way! Luv, Al Biernat,(the guy that sleeps in his suit.)Thanks for all of your support over the years.