“So that’s what a Sazerac is supposed to taste like,” I said to myself. It was the first thing I picked up at Whiskey Cake’s 5-course Hudson Whiskey dinner, and it was heavenly. Turns out it was a sign of even better things to come.>>read the story
Keller can eat anywhere. Friday night, the celebrated chef had dinner at FT33, Matt McCallister’s design district restaurant. Jump for pics and details >>read the story
Thomas Keller, the chef with more accolades for his cooking and his restaurants (The French Laundry, Per Se, Bouchon, Ad Hoc) than you and I have taste buds, is doing some fine dining in Dallas tonight. He’s two tables away from me and appears to have loved the charcuterie — and some good Italian wine. Continue reading →read the story
If you’ve ever wondered how hard it is to pull an airplane, here’s your chance to take a look. You have 30 seconds, right?read the story
After a fire crippled chef Tim Love’s Lonesome Dove restaurant in Fort Worth’s Stockyards district a couple of months ago, Love told the Hatch he would rebuild the iconic space and reopen stronger than ever. Today’s that day. There’s a new meaty menu to match the new digs, too (garlic stuffed beef tenderloin, Rocky Mountain Continue reading →read the story
Holiday Central: Did you know you can book Reunion Tower’s new Cloud Nine Cafe observation deck and private dining room for holiday parties?
It’s party season, so the Hatch is getting lots of inquiries about private dining spaces for holiday dinners. One of the coolest spots in town just opened: Reunion Tower’s Cloud Nine, part of the new Geo-Deck observation floor high atop Reunion. The space holds 175 people for seated dinners and 250 people in a mix-and-mingle Continue reading →read the story
Chef Jeff Harris has quietly departed Bolsa for the greener pastures at Consilient Restaurants (the empire behind Porch, Hibiscus, Fireside Pies and CBD Provisions (which I raved about here). Harris told the Hatch that tomorrow will be his last day Bolsa. He leaves to become the exec chef at the new AF+B (formerly known as American F+B ) Continue reading →read the story