If you are celebrating Easter with a holiday brunch it just got a little better thanks to the inclusion one of these tasty cocktail options.Read More
If you are brunching this Sunday and are in need of a light and refreshing white wine to pair with your Easter brunch, then consider one of these.Read More
These restaurants will do the wining and dining for you this Easter.Read More
Ever wonder which SideDish posts attract the most traffic? The answer is just a click away.Read More
I’m a big fan of Jessica Jones, the managing editor of D Home/D Weddings. What a crafty lady. She made these beautiful edible Easter egg nests (pictured above) that are surprisingly easy to accomplish. Just five ingredients (including chow mein noodles) and BOOM, you’re done.
You’ve got holiday ready gifts for all the cool people you love.Read More
Thanks for always reading, thanks for keeping us on our toes, and thank goodness it’s the weekend.
We’re off today, but we hope you’ll have some fantastic time off to spend with your friends and family. Soak in your Sunday.Read More
Where is the best place in Dallas to buy an Easter basket full of Easter items?Read More
Easter Sunday brunch is a time for celebration, a time to bring family and friends together with great food and beautiful glasses of wine. If you are staying in for Easter brunch, here are a selection of wines ideal to pair with anything from smoked salmon to beef tenderloin. A few were sent in for editorial consideration.Read More
Whether or not you believe fluffy, giant bunnies dole out chocolate candies or not, your mother (or mother-in-law) probably wants you to take her to Easter brunch. Rise above and beyond the call of expectation, and take her to a nice sit-down meal. We have a list of 32+ restaurants where someone will be happy to receive your call.Read More
Dark chocolate consumption is a bona fide guilty pleasure of mine that I partake in regularly. In preparation for the upcoming Easter holiday, I have spent a great deal of time visiting some of the city’s most popular chocolatiers to stock up on gifts. Last weekend while visiting downtown McKinney, I made one of my favorite discoveries to date: the dark chocolate bark line from Dr. Sue’s Chocolate.Read More
Spring is here, love is in the air, and all is well. The only thing you need to worry about is making those Easter brunch reservations. Well, no fear. We’ve got you. Keep checking back for updates, too.Read More
Yeaaaahhh, so, if you haven’t already booked your Easter brunch reservations yet, I’d do it right away. Spots are filling up quickly. Here’s our list. I just added a few more (i.e. Lazaranda, Cook Hall, Hotel St. Germain).Read More
Easter not only launches the season where we can officially wear white, it is also the real launch of spring. If you are looking for a pastel pink, mint green or baby blue cocktail to enjoy with your Easter brunch this weekend consider one of these tasty treats. Though not as good as a chocolate […]Read More
Ham I Am is drawing a lucky winner today for one glorious free ham. All you gotta do is “like” its Facebook page, and they’ll select a ham fan for a very special Easter present. They’d also like you to know that tomorrow is the LAST DAY to order by delivery. Check out this handy […]Read More
Holidays have a habit of sneaking up on you, right when you thought life just couldn’t get any busier, eh? Lucky for you, my job is to keep you covered. Here’s an (updated) list of restaurants that are open and ready for your business this Sunday. All you gotta do is give them a call.Read More
Every time Easter rolls around, I feel myself itching to buy a bunny. A Holland Lop bunny. But since I have a huge half Lab/half German Shepard dog with very sharp teeth, this dream of mine will never happen. Therefore, I will eat my feelings away this Easter with brunch. Lots of brunch. Here are this year’s […]Read More
There’s no excuse anymore, so click here for the updated list of Easter brunch places. Unless you, like me, are getting distracted by photos of tiny teacup piglets like this one…Read More
That headline is meant to assuage my fear of eating at In-N-Out after Sunday service since I haven’t made my reservation yet. Have you? I have a feeling I won’t be eating a dainty Easter brunch like the rest of the non-procrastinators. Well, don’t let my sad life prevent you from changing the course of […]Read More
My favorite memory of Easter is not actually mine. It’s David Sedaris’. Way back when Sedaris was in France, he enrolled in an university to study French. The instructor once asked the class, “And what does one do on Easter? Would anyone like to tell us?” This is when Sedaris attempted to explain to a […]Read More
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