Somehow I think after I lob this request out into cyberspace, it will be returned faster than an Andy Roddick ace to the deuce court. Advantage, bartenders: take your best shot.
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I’ve noticed readers’ questions have been posted on the SideDish blog before. My turn to be annoying. Ever since my husband and I vacationed in the B.V.I. we’ve been searching Dallas bars that serve a Painkiller. It is a fruity (Birtish) rum drink with grated nutmeg on top. Have made it at home, but would be fun to find it at a restaurant/bar. Any ideas?
I dropped in to get a quick look at Hid In 2612, Michael Martensen’s newest pop-up bar in Deep Ellum. It’s gorgeous and fun and full of groovy people. The space is divided into four or five differently decorated spaces and some of Dallas’ finest bartenders are taking shifts at the bar. Food is available from Cane Rosso next door. I didn’t have time for a drink but I plan to get back before their last night which is Saturday Friday, February 10. They open at 8PM.
Go. Drink. Report.
This just in from the folks at The Cedars Social: veteran East Coast Chef Kyle McClelland is relocating to Dallas to take over the kitchen. Here’s the deal:
Chef McClelland, a Massachusetts native, recently relocated to Dallas from New York City, and is excited about his new position. “I’m thrilled to be in Dallas and for this new adventure at The Cedars Social,” Chef McClelland says. “I loved working with Michael Martensen on Nantucket Island, Massachusetts. I am excited to work with the local suppliers, redevelop the menu and build on what Brian Williams and Michael have done thus far at The Cedars Social.”