We’re working on a feature for later this year on the best desserts in Dallas, and thought there was no better way to do it than crowd-source our readers. We’re looking for the best desserts from restaurants, bakeries, gas stations, whatever. So, have at it in the comments; we might choose to include it in the issue.Full Story
Steven Harrell wrote a quick ditty for the Observer this morning, taking us to task over our best beer issue, and, more specifically, our crowning of Grapevine Craft Brewery’s Sir William’s English Brown Ale as the best non-seasonal beer in Dallas.
I wasn’t aware of the post until Grapevine CEO Gary Humble sent over an email this afternoon. I’ll let it speak for itself.Full Story
The best part, according to spokeswoman Jenny Hancock: Ten, the Teiichi Sakurai-helmed ramen shop, will be open by then. So will CrossFit Deep, Sync Yoga, and the lofts above the center. Cox Farms Market is already open (though I love the shop, they close at 7 p.m. 7!). Bottega Italia, a gelato shop, will not be open yet, but will have a pop-up shop at the grand opening.Full Story
According to the rep, should a guest bring in their own 25-ounce or 128-ounce glass, Starbucks employees would be “more than happy to” fill it with a Venti-sized (24-ounce) beverage, leaving the rest of the glass empty.Full Story
Come to think of it, there aren’t really any burger places in that area.Full Story
The baked goods—formerly a bright spot—were being shipped in from Hypnotic Donuts and others, and everything just felt…tired. I stop at Bolsa Mercado a few times a week for a quick dinner or six-pack, and I began to do so with less frequency.
Well, now we know why.Full Story