Sorry for the late notice, but they just told me:
You Buy The Wine, We’ll Get Dinner Every Monday through August,
select any bottle of Wine & any Pizza from our menu and the Pizza is on us!
It’s too hot for breakfast this week, so none of the trucks reporting their weekly schedule are getting out. This week, we have Gandolfo’s NY Deli, Nammi, Cane Rosso’s mobile pizzeria, Jack’s Chowhound, enticed, Crazy Sisters, Ruthie’s, and Green House. Yes, Green House is making a public appearance this week (like, right now in the Arts District)!! Go.Eat.Watermelon.Gazpacho.Soup!
The usual disclaimer: Be sure to check their Facebook or Twitter feeds. The websites, Facebook pages, and Twitter feeds are listed at the bottom of the schedule. And don’t blame us if they’re not at the specified location. Our info is only as good as what they give us. Having made those disclaimers, here you go.
Update already: Green House will be in the Arts District on Tuesday for lunch.
Update Wednesday: Green House rolls again on Wednesday lunch.
August 18 – 21 dozens of chefs, journalists and food and wine lovers escape to picturesque Napa Valley for a few days of learning about and celebrating local products, great wine and incredible company at the Cakebread Wineries American Harvest Workshop, a multi-day event designed to teach participants the glory of using seasonal, fresh ingredients paired with stellar wine. This year celebrates 25 years of bringing some of the best chefs from around the country, and world, together to experience the farm to table way of cooking, with the Cakebread team taking guest chefs out to local farms to personally make cheese at Point Reyes, or harvest oysters with the Hog Island Oyster Company, and dig in the garden of Cakebread matriarch, Delores Cakebread, whose 3/4 acre garden, planted in prime Rutherford soil, provides veggies and fruits year round. Continue reading "Cakebread Celebrates 25 Years of The American Harvest Workshop"
In honor of the third anniversary of their Bishop Arts location, Cafe Brazil‘s filling bellies fo’ free. Just stop by this Wednesday (17th) between 6:30 am and 6:30 pm for a free order of chicken crepes, pasta de tigre (rowwwrrr), pumpkin pancakes, or the wine country salad. Save room for the free slice of red velvet cake or banana cheesecake. Extend your good fortune by wearing a Cafe Brazil t-shirt; do so and your drink will be on the house as well.
I received several texts and tweets from peeps who attended last nights barbecue bonanza fundraiser at Pecan Lodge Catering at the Dallas Farmers Market. According to one of the organizers, the event raised close to $10,000 for the family of Lt. Shannon Stone, the fireman who died in July after falling head first from the stands at the Ballpark in Arlington.
The twEAT of the night came from the Pope of Pizza, Jay Jerrier who apparently made a pie covered with burnt ends, caramelized onions, and roasted hatch green chiles. Holy crow I could eat that right now.Jerrier says he made at least 50 pies and he plans to make them at his restaurant until the chiles run out.
How lovely to see Pecan Lodge Catering, Lockhart Smokehouse, and Cane Rosso work together to create such a spirited evening. If last night revealed the character of our next generation of restaurateurs, then we have a bright future.
Teresa Gandhi Gubbins reports owner Udipe Reddy will close the once wildly popular Indian restaurant, Pasand, on August 31. She called and has quotes but the cliff notes are as follows. The Reddy family, which opened the restaurant in 1996 in Richardson and a second location in Irving in 1997, has already taken over a “defunct Sonny Bryan’s” at the northeast corner of Frankford and the Tollway and they are up and running.2 Comments »