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Wine Dinner Wednesday: Monday Morning Edition

Here are a few upcoming wine dinners. Steve Field’s in Plano. Thursday, October 15th. Langetwins Wine Dinner Sponsored by Single Gourmet. $99/nonmembers, includes 2 glasses of wine with three-course dinner, coffee & iced tea, tax & gratuity. Reception: 6:45 p.m. Dinner: 7:30 p.m. For more information, e-mail or call 972-732-8000. Reservations REQUIRED using this […]

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Petroni Vineyards Dinner at The Grape Tonight

Note from SideDish reader Brian Luscher who happens to be the chef/onwer of The Grape: We have had some last minute cancellations have come in and now have a few openings for this exclusive 5-course wine paired dinner featuring Petroni Vineyards.  Mr. Petroni and son Marco will be in attendance. This will be an intimate […]

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Wine Dinner (And Stuff and Such and Beyond) Wednesday

I apologize for the blatant copy and paste of information below, but I had an emergency surgery on my eye yesterday for a torn retina and I only have a day or two to suck sympathy out of you and my co-workers. PLUS, I have to get ready for this afternoon’s SideDish CheeseHead’s CELEBRATION OF  TEXAS CHEESE […]

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Will Central 214 Top Chef Blythe Beck Bottom Out on TV?

Is reality TV good for the career of a chef? I don’t watch enough to have an educated opinion but, from where I sit, it looks like more top chefs bottom out after their 15 minutes, or months, of fame. Casey who? Tre what? Lisa Garza is where? Dig what I’m shooting at you? Next […]

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Quick Lunch Review: The Chocolate Angel In Dallas

Watch your back, Celebrity Bakery. Here comes The Chocolate Angel. Two sisters, Sherrie McCall and Marcia Clingon, have turned their wholesale fudge operation into four locations of The Chocolate Angel, a bakery, café, and tearoom. I was shocked to open the door of the location in Preston Forest–the room was full of women. The only […]

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Wine Dinner Wednesday: Thursday Edition

This week there are a lot of creative wine dinners and tastings. Check out the list that includes Hotel St. Germain, The Grape, Olenjack’s Grille, Chamberlain’s Fish Market Grill, Taverna (Fort Worth), Fuqua Winery, Café Toulouse & Bar, Pappas Brothers Steak, Sigel’s at Café Marrakesh, Charlie Palmer at the Joule, and Sevy’s Grill.

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