Tweet Chef Randy Rucker FT33 and Chef Matt McCallister will welcome Chef Randy Rucker of Houston, for a guest chef dinner and a one-of-a-kind dining experience Monday, January 14th at 6 p.m. Rucker, winner of the 2011 Houston Rising Star award will bring his classical Southern perspective infused with modern techniques to McCallister’s season inspired [...]
The Moreno Family has a rich tradition in the Dallas community for creating the city’s most sought after tamales at their wildly popular La Popular Tamale House restaurants located in East Dallas and at the Dallas Farmers Market. Wanting to provide their existing loyal customers with a full dining experience, but also attract new foodies their way, Peak & Elm Cocina y Bar is slated to open in early February 2013.
if you're looking for something to do to bide your time before the world comes to a cataclysmic end, or if the Mayans got it completely wrong and we're stockpiling water and C-rations like it's 1999 all over again, you should head on over to Winspear Opera House tonight.
Klyde Warren Park is spreading holiday cheer throughout the month of December by bringing park patrons special holiday programming, including a Dec. 15 holiday celebration in the Park. The day’s activities will include photos with Santa, kids crafts, a tree lighting ceremony and musical performances.
Imagine a cozy ride to view holiday lights, while eating chocolate and sipping wine or hot chocolate. Sit back with friends or a special person as Dallas by Chocolate explore the lights of Highland Park and Kessler Park, as well as a few chocolate stops along the way.
If the thought of waking up at 7 a.m. on a weekend to run 26.2 miles, or even half of that, causes you to question your desire to live, you’re not alone. This Sunday, Dec. 9th, over 25,000 superhumans will run the Dallas Marathon, winding through almost every neighborhood of Dallas before ending at the Dallas Convention Center. Lucky for all of us non-runners, when you take away the part of the marathon that involves physical activity, you’re basically left with a city-wide music festival, foodie extravaganza, and early-morning drinking party.
I first saw the map of Dallas neighborhoods at AIGA DFW's GOOD Ideas For Cities presentation at Lakewood Theater back in June. The silkscreen printed map had been donated for the event and propped up on a table for people to view. It was obvious that someone had spent a considerable amount of time on this map. You don't take on a project like this without having a serious passion for the city. I had to meet the guy behind this map.
There are no two ways about it, Dallas is a food town. But it’s not just about eating well (and often): we love seeing homegrown businesses make it big.
In this eighth episode of I Live In Dallas Radio, co-hosted by myself and Jason Channell, we interview Wim Bens, who is the owner and operator of Lakewood Brewing Company, an independent brewery in Garland, Texas, that offers a handful of original premium micro-brewed beers and tours to the public.
Tweet Award-winning couture designer, Prashi Shah will debut her 2013 Collection Runway Show at Sisu Uptown Resort on November 30th at 8 p.m. Proceeds from the fashion show will benefit the Ovarian Cancer Society. Prashi Shah, the leading couturier for Indian American women, will showcase both traditional Eastern designs as well as the custom Western styles of [...]