The landmark honky-tonk announces the newest addition to the Gilley’s Complex. The Jack Daniel’s Saloon, a full service restaurant, is whipping up Texas favorites and is now open for breakfast, lunch and dinner Monday through Thursday 7 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday and Saturday 7 a.m. to 1 a.m. and Sunday brunch from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The 3,000 square foot cowboy haven hosts live Texas music Friday and Saturday nights and features leather couches, rod iron fixtures, Texas memorabilia and rustic cowboy furnishings.
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Just in time for the start of grilling season, join Food + Wine today, Wednesday, May 18 at 1 pm for a live Q&A session with Chef Tim Love, veritable meat master and chef/owner of Lonesome Dove Western Bistro and Love Shack in Texas.
Chef Love will answer all your questions posted on the FOOD & WINE Facebook Wall (http://www.facebook.com/foodandwine) at 1:00pm for one hour. For a few of Chef Love’s recipes featured in FOOD & WINE like Sticky BBQ Beef Ribs and Cocoa and Chile Rubbed Pork Chops visit http://bit.ly/io52oy
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Bring your Dallas International Film Festival ticket stub or pass to any of the Mockingbird Station restaurants (convenient if your screening of choice happens to be at the Angelika) for discounted food and non-alcoholic drinks. Here’s the official word:
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The Dallas International Film Festival is partnering with Mockingbird Station to give festival goers 15% off their meal at any Mockingbird Station restaurant, which includes Café Express, Margarita Ranch, Reikyu Sushi, Rockfish, Trinity Hall Irish Pub & Restaurant, Urban Taco and Vapiano. The discount applies to food and non-alcoholic beverages, and can’t be combined with any other special/offer.
Check out the picture of Desoto Town Center. With respect to Henry S. Miller, Desoto Town Center is, as Lyle Lovett would say, it looks ugly from the front. Hark! This morning comes the news that DTC is about to get some groove. Buttons Jazz Café is set to bring in some chicken and waffles and live music.
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