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Cane Rosso Now Open for Brunch Both Saturdays and Sundays

Just received this Facebook message from Cane Rosso owner Jay Jerrier: “Todd – alert the community. Cane Rosso is now open for Brunch on Saturdays AND Sundays…beginning this week. 11am – 3pm! Bring the dogs!!” And as you should know from our current cover story, Jerrier serves one of the best brunches in town. So, […]

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Eat This Now: Pork Guisado from La Nueva Fresh and Hot in Dallas

I’ve done a decent amount of travel around Dallas as part of my own personal taco crusade.  But unfortunately, my taco radar is pretty much dark across the taco dense region just east of Harry Hines and north of Northwest Highway.  A few establishments have crossed my path in this area, but one experience in […]

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Artizone Expands Delivery Service to Include Grapevine and Southlake

See those goodies in the picture? If you live in Southlake and Grapevine they are only an online order a way from being delivered to your door. Artizone, the growing online and food shopping community that features a wide selection of local artisanal shops and food businesses, has just expanded their delivery service to the […]

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Rohst Korean Marinade is Changing Name and Menu: Rohst Greenville Bar & Grill

Earlier this morning I chatted with Danny Ham, owner of Rohst Korean Marinade on Greenville Avenue. I noticed a new sign over the door and called to ask about the changes he planned. “We are keeping our best-selling Korean dishes,” Ham said. “But we are adding more neighborhood-friendly American dishes like steaks, shrimp, and scallops […]

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Savor Dallas is Next Weekend: Support the Dallas Chapter of Les Dames D’Escoffier

If I had to choose one event to hit during Savor Dallas next weekend, I would pick Wine, Women and Lunch. Why, because I like wine and women and the good work done by the Dallas Chapter of Les Dames D’Escoffier. This elite group includes female chefs, restaurateurs, winemakers, cookbook writers, artisan food producers, and […]

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Manuel’s Creative Cuisine Opens in Dallas

Everyone in Los Cabos (and even those who aren’t) will tell you that you must try Manuel’s Creative Cuisine, a restaurant located along the Sea of Cortez. Now chef and owner Manuel Arrendondo uses his 30 years of experience in the kitchen to open his first location in Dallas along Cedar Springs Road. These windows […]

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