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Butcher Board opens today with porchetta sandwiches, bbq from chef Jon Thompson

The owners of Sugarbacon Proper Kitchen in McKinney are rolling out Butcher Board today, their new casual concept with porchetta sandwiches, meatloaf and braised chicken with salsa verde, cotija, avocado and cilantro the menu. Located adjacent to Sugarbacon, owners Johnny Carros and chef Jon Thompson planned Butcher Block to focus on sandwiches. “Our sandwiches mostly focus on large, hot roasts, Continue reading →

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Sneak inside Street’s Fine Chicken, which will quietly open this week (with amazing chicken, btw)

The man who put chicken fried steak on every plate in Dallas now hopes to do the same for roasted, fried and grilled chicken. Gene Street, the founder of notable Dallas restaurants Black-eyed Pea, Good Eats and Cool River Cafe, will debut Street’s Fine Chicken when it quietly opens for business late this week or Continue reading →

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Zoli’s NY Pizza Tavern to rise like a phoenix in Addison, with Cody Sharp as chef

Teresa Gubbins and Jay Jerrier revealed today that recently defunct Zoli’s NY Pizza Tavern will rise again late this year in a new location: a former Snuffer’s in Addison. Via this youtube video and a text message this morning, Jerrier announced the restaurant’s resurrection, which will include an expanded menu of pizzas, pastas and hearty Continue reading →

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Dinner plans tonight? Good – you’re going to Sprezza for Italian

Two steps beyond the front door of Sprezza, the casual new Italian restaurant from Julian Barsotti (Nonna, Carbone’s) in Dallas’ Old Parkland neighborhood, I’m already smitten. Sleek and sexy, done up in bright whites, grey linens, blonde woods, the dining room sings with two walls of big windows that allow the sunshine to spill in. Sprezza, which opened a Continue reading →

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This famous Dallas chef will be serving SPAM corny dogs from a food truck

Dean Fearing is one of the founding father’s of Southwestern food. Now he’s embracing Spam, the Hawaiian treat. Or maybe just the fame that comes with embracing Spam. Fearing is the Dallas spokeschef for the SPAMERICAN Tour, “a coast-to-coast culinary journey” at which, Spam says in an email to the Hatch, “attendees will be treated to one-of-a-kind complimentary recipe Continue reading →

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