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Chef Terry Cook cooking fancy Oktoberfest beer dinner at the Palm steakhouse on October 23, 24

Dallas Palm’s talented chef, Terry Cook, sends word that he’s cooking a fancy-pants beef-and-beer dinner to celebrate Oktoberfest, even though the actual dates of Oktoberfest are behind us. Hey, it’s never too late to celebrate beef and beer, right? Two nights, Friday and Saturday, October 23 and 24, $85++. First Course Stout and Gouda Bisque Continue reading →


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Shake Shack to open in Dallas Crescent Court

NYC-based burger chain Shake Shack will open open next year in Dallas’ Crescent Court in Uptown Dallas. Steve Brown delivered the announcement in today’s Dallas Morning News. Shake Shack will occupy a new landscaped plaza at the Crescent, at the corner of McKinney Avenue and Pearl Street. The complex is undergoing a $65 million expansion that includes additional restaurants. Continue reading →


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Bruno Davaillon leaving top chef job at Mansion on Turtle Creek in November — let’s recruit Andre Natera to replace him

Andre Natera swears he’s happy running the F&B side of things for Omni Hotel‘s Eastern U.S. properties. But he’s not. How do I know that? Because Bruno Davaillon, the exec chef at the Mansion on Turtle Creek, has (finally) confirmed that he’s leaving the hotel in November. “For over six years, Bruno Davaillon has been Continue reading →


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First Look: Americano, new Italian-inspired restaurant in the Joule Hotel, Dallas

Every neighborhood deserves an Italian-inspired, Sunday gravy place where a guy can get a bowl of handmade pasta and a Peroni, and a gal can get a crispy-crust Calabrese sausage pizza, maybe some eggplant caponata with warm bread and a strong drink from bartenders who know that two fingers of whiskey really means three. Americano, the new restaurant Continue reading →



Dallas-based East Hamton Sandwich Co. to open Turtle Creek Village store on Monday, October 12

Dallas based East Hampton Sandwich Co. confirms they will open their newest outlet, an end-cap location in Turtle Creek Village, on Monday, October 12. This marks the fourth location for the Dallas based sandwich concept, adding to portfolio of shops in Snider Plaza, Shops at Legacy and Fort Worth East Hampton has been lauded for a sandwich lineup that includes fried Continue reading →


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Cafe Momentum 3rd Annual Pitmaster BBQ Picnic set for Sunday, October 18. Tickets on sale now

Cafe Momentum will host its Third Annual Pitmasters Picnic on Sunday, October 18th at 5:00pm.  This years pitmasters include: Jack Perkins (The Slow Bone) Nick Pencis (Stanley’s) Travis Heim (Heim BBQ) Tim Hutchins (Hutchins BBQ) Jeff Bergus (Lockhart) Wayne Mueller (Louis Mueller) Stephen Joseph (Riverport) Want a ticket?  Here’s the link.