New Orleans-based Dinner Lab, which "connects guests with new ideas in food by hosting pop-up events with emerging culinary talent to get feedback on what works and what doesn't" launches today in Dallas. This membership-based club gets immediate feedback on your likes and dislikes from a regional level, then creates special suppers in secret locations that are hosted often by locally-based up-and-coming, innovative, chefs.
The Best of Big D LIVE happens tomorrow night.
Locally-owned restaurant touring and dining experience company Food Tours of America, just announced an addition to the lineup of their daily food tours in Dallas, the all-new Dine & Dealey JFK Tour.
Tweet Bracket Town presented by Capital One is the Ultimate Final Four Fan Fest, offering over 350,000 square feet of family-friendly activities. A budget-friendly, four-day indoor interactive event, Bracket Town targets basketball fans and fans of all NCAA sports by offering them a chance to meet legendary coaches and former college stars at exclusive autograph [...]
Fort Worth Music Festival announced their second and final round of bands that will perform at the fourth-annual event at Panther Island Pavilion in Fort Worth on May 16 & 17.
Whether you're headed to the parade or not this weekend, here are some other alternative transportation options than driving yourself any time you want to go out and consume alcohol by yourself or with your friends.
Dallasites are passionate about their mudbugs. After the success of the first article, 'Five Places to Eat Boiled Crawfish in Dallas this Season', several crawfish-lovers weighed in on our social pages and with their own posts, including the Dallas Observer. To be clear, the first article was not a "Best of" like some deemed it. It was just a list of some convenient places in Dallas that have been consistently been serving crawfish to Dallas proper (sans one located in Addison) without fail for many, many years.
RAFT, which stands for River Activation for the Trinity, is having an All Out Festival. It will be happening near the Trinity River Basin below the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge this Saturday March 1st, and will feature local food vendors, craftman, and an outdoor beer garden with a sunset campfire.
The Job Faire for Scarborough Renaissance Festival® 2014 is s scheduled for Saturday, March 8, 2014 at the festival’s main office located at 2511 FM 66 in Waxahachie.
Local non-profit focused on supporting international education, The Kikulu Foundation is hosting a night of good beer and good community at Craft & Growler on Tuesday, March 4th from 5:00pm-8:00pm to raise funds for children’s education in Uganda.