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Easter Brunch will be hoppin’ at The Ranch at Las Colinas next Sunday

On Sunday, April 5, the EscapeHatch team will once again hop down to the Ranch in Las Colinas to celebrate Easter. Once again, there will be way too much food to try it all (carving stations, CFS, cornmeal waffles, barbacoa and brisket tacos, flatbreads, shrimp, gravlax, eggs, flatbreads, pastas, breakfast entrees, desserts), though the after-church crowd can be particularly ravenous. GM Continue reading →


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The Ranch at Las Colinas hosting annual meet & greet with its local farmers and suppliers

Mark November 17 on your calendar. That’s the date the Ranch at Las Colinas, which also makes the Best CFS in Texas, is throwing its fifth annual F2T meat-and-greet with local farmers and purveyors. Complimentary samples of Ranch food, beers, whiskies, wines, talent. It’s all free. 6-8 p.m. 857 W. John Carpenter Freeway, Irving, 972) 506-7262


Breaking: Grant Morgan named exec chef at the Ranch at Las Colinas

Today is Chicken Fried Steak Day in Texas (really), and the best CFS in Texas is served at the Ranch at Las Colinas

I’m not gonna lie to you: Chicken Fried Steak Day is a real thing, and today is official Texas Chicken Fried Steak day in these parts. Where’s the best CFS in the world? Right here in the Dallas suburb of Las Colinas, at the Ranch at Las Colinas (just like we’ve told you before). Good meat, hand pressed Continue reading →


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Chef Grant Morgan gone from Ranch at Las Colinas, replaced by Steven Kelley, who’s throwing an Alexander Valley wine dinner this Saturday to prove his chops

Chef Grant Morgan, formerly the exec chef at Bailey’s Prime Plus before moving the Ranch at Las Colinas, has moved up the FrontBurner ladder and into sister company Twin Peaks as their corporate chef. Replacing Morgan is Steven Kelley, who will be hosting a five-course wine dinner on Saturday, September 27, at  The Ranch at Las Continue reading →



Giant Knife at Knife joins giant spoon at Spoon and huge fork at Ranch Las Colinas as supersize tablewear art

Supersized takes on new meaning when you consider that the term now applies to dining utensils.  A few days ago, chef John Tesar completed an oversized regional place setting when he stuck a knife in Knife, his new meatery near SMU.  A year earlier, Tesar hung a spoon on the wall at Spoon, his seafood restaurant salute to all things Continue reading →


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