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Thanks for your support.
We are moving on!
The Greenville Ave. location has been a difficult one for us and it is time for us to move on.
We have an exciting collaboration in the works, we will keep you posted on it’s development.
Thank you! We loved serving you! We look forward to sharing our future adventure with you SOON!
Ricardo Avila’s Mextopia
We’ll update you guys as soon as Ricardo gets back to us about his plans.5 Comments »
It feels like I’m writing about the Design District every other day. Pretty soon – and before we know it – the Design District will be competing with East Dallas and Oak Cliff for its hipness factor. Is it catching up? Definitely. With Ft33, Ascension Coffee, and the anticipated gourmet store, Food Boutique, the Design District is quickly becoming a food and drink destination, especially with the grand openings of its second brewing company on January 19. (Editor’s note: Our first version said “first” brewing company. It’s now updated with the correct information.)
If you can’t wait until Saturday, the Community Beer Company (not the most inventive name, but we like the meaning behind it) is pre-launching its brand spankin’ new craft beers at the Meddlesome Moth from 5 to 7 p.m. tonight. They’ll be tapping a few of their ales and lagers right up until the grand opening brewery tours this Saturday and Sunday. Take a look at all the events that are happening this week on the Community’s calendar.
For some head-scratching reason or another, Norwegian’s Godfisk, a company supported by the Norwegian Seafood Council, got the bright idea to make people dance like sushi in this series of commercials. I don’t know what this is, but I like it. SideDishers, enjoy this little piece of hump day entertainment, courtesy of Norway. [via Laughingsquid]
We have been working on a redesign of SideDish for almost a year. Now we are down to arranging our new ideas on the webpage. Before we take the next step, I thought I’d ask readers and restaurateurs what features you’d like to see (or not see) on SideDish. Hit us with your best shots.24 Comments »