This just in from Claire St. Amant a staff writer at our sistah pub, Preston Hollow People:
Dough Pizzeria Napoletana, a San Antonio joint, is going to fill the Chocolate Angel Too space at Preston Forest in May (move in date is tentative). They come with a lot of local and national acclaim, and will be on an episode of Food Network’s Diners, Drive-ins and Dives this season (already shot the spot, air date TBA).14 Comments »
Last night a 7-top showed up at Preston’s for their reservation and found a note on the door saying the restaurant was closed for business. I called and there is no answer or voicemail. Bummer.14 Comments »
Each month the Texas Restaurant Association produces a slick online publication called Restaurantville Monthly. I thought some of you might like to read an inside-the-industry publication.3 Comments »
This just in from Brian Cummings, the brains behind EatGreenDFW.com:
Could you let your readers know that we are offering free listings in our EatGreenDFW.com directory to anyone in North Texas who grows, makes or sells locally produced food, including farms, ranches, CSAs, cheese makers, artisanal food producers, grocery stores, farmers markets, co-ops, restaurants and non-profits. We want to become a one-stop source of information for people in the area who are looking to help build and maintain a sustainable local food system. Anyone interested Just drop me a line at email@example.com with a brief description and contact information and we’ll set up the listing.
One gal asks:
Do you know of any bakeries in Dallas that sell yummy French macarons, besides Tart Bakery?
A dude who loves food wonders:
Do you know any bakeries that regularly have slider rolls? I’m particularly interested in ciabatta since they are typically prettier and slimmer than a small, hamburger type bun. I see them at catered events and I can’t imagine that the caterers are baking them.
Buns and macarons are the order of the day. Fill it!10 Comments »