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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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Grab free food, cheap drinks at premiere of Knuckle Sandwich Co., new from barman “Lucky” Campbell

Eddie “Lucky” Campbell announced today that he and his business partners have opened Knuckle Sandwich Co., a new bar and grill in the former Vagabond space on Lower Greenville. “Ladies & Gentlemen, I am beyond Proud to announce Tonight We are Officially Opening Knuckle Sandwich Co. for Friends/Family/&Industry!!! Come join us for Cheap Drinks & Free Sandwiches as we Continue reading →

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Tristan Simon, founder of Hibiscus, Fireside Pies and CBD Provisions, is opening a new restaurant in Dallas

Tristan Simon, once the high-flying restaurateur behind Hibiscus, The Porch, Fireside Pies, CBD Provisions and others before selling his interests and moving out of state, is back in the game. He’s recently been helping guide the renovation of the downtown Adolphus Hotel. Now, he’s stepping out in front. Word comes today that Simon’s formed a new company Continue reading →

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Nilton “Junior” Borges, the executive chef of FT33, has resigned

Another notable Dallas chef is rolling up his knifes and heading out the door. Nilton “Junior” Borges, the talented executive chef of FT33 since leaving Uchi Dallas in January, is about to become the former executive chef of FT33.  Borges confirmed to the Hatch that he’s decamping Matt McCallister’s Dallas Design District restaurant next week for the Continue reading →

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Never trust a chef who won't eat his own food.

John Tesar, Aphelia Restaurant Group (Oak, Bolero, Royale Magnificent Burgers) have parted ways

If you want drama — in real life, on television or across Twitter — the universe rewards you with John Tesar, the talented chef behind Knife steakhouse and, until now, Bolero, Oak, Quill and Royale Magnificent Burgers. Tesar and Aphelia Restaurant Group are said to have parted ways late last week.  The usually outspoken Tesar, who leaves town soon for Continue reading →

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Guest chef taking over Fearing’s kitchen for important Cinco de Mayo dinner

Eric Dreyer, the chef de cuisine at Fearing’s restaurant in the Ritz-Carlton Dallas, tells Hatch that he and Dean Fearing have invited a Mexico chef to take over their kitchen for Cinco de Mayo this year, and Dreyer says the guy is really talented. The guest chef will be José Meza Arróyave, the top toque at Restaurante Carolina Continue reading →

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