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sunday supper by chef will larsen at nick and sams steakhouse dallase

“Sunday Supper,” the once-a-month $65 family-style dinner at Nick & Sam’s Steakhouse, remains the best meal deal in Dallas

The last sunday of each month, a different Nick & Sam’s steakhouse chef cooks a full-on family style dinner for 25 people. Last night, chef Will Larsen charmed us all with a $65 meal that included king crab, three ceviches, caviar, bouillabaisse, Japanese prime beef and fresh pies. >>


ft33 dinner matt mccallister and ben sukle by robert stricklandc

When chefs Matt McCallister and Ben Sukle get together at FT33, vegetables take center stage

The best thing about FT33, Matt McCallister’s Design Distict restaurant? Hands down, it’s that you never quite know what you’re going to get. “Carrots, onions and tomatoes” on the menu could show up pureed as a cold gazpacho just as easily as pickled in a jar. Recently, I’ve been digging the roots and shoots McCallister’s been Continue reading →


So & So’s opens for business Friday, April 18 in old Primo’s space in Uptown

  So & So’s, the buzzy new McKinney Avenue joint from the guys behind now-defunct Sfuzzi, will open for business Friday, April 18. The pizzeria – bar -late night patio place inhabits the vacated Primo’s, which everyone misses for every reason except its Mexican food. Former Komali and Salum chef Ian Tate runs So & So’s kitchen. Continue reading →


Cheap Eats: $5 Margherita pizzas on Monday nights at Dough, $1 pizzas at Cane Rosso White Rock on Tuesday

To celebrate its one year anniversary (and as a salve for tax day, I guess), Cane Rosso White Rock will offer its Margherita or marinara pies for just a buck this Tuesday, April 15, from 5 p.m. till 10 p.m.. On Mondays, Dough Pizzeria Napoletana in North Dallas does it four clicks higher, selling their Margherita pizzas Continue reading →


More Dallas chefs to appear on Hell’s Kitchen, Top Chef, Cutthroat Kitchen: Katie McKowen, D.J. Quintanilla, plus John Tesar heads back to TV

The culinary tv talent pool continues to run deeper than a fracking well in these parts. Next up to make the earth shake: Katie McKowen on the upcoming season of Hell’s Kitchen. When she’s not celebrating, you’re likely to find McKowen tending bar at Stephan Pyles’ Stampede 66 or cooking at Wolfgang Puck’s 560. And we already Continue reading →


San Salvaje, new Stephan Pyles restaurant in downtown Dallas, will open April 28

Remember San Salvaje, the pan-Latin restaurant we told you would replace chef Stephan Pyles’ short-lived Samar in downtown Dallas? Well, Pyles confirmed today that it’ll open the celebration of  “pagan indigenous culture with a host of saints revered in Latin America.” on April 28. Pyles traipsed through wide swaths of Latin America to find recipes Continue reading →