Dallas Restauarants

After more than 40 years in Plano, Fishmonger’s Seafood is closing its doors

Plano Fishmonger’s restaurant — popular for its shrimp tortilla soup, okra, fish in Ponchartrain sauce and bourbon bread pudding — is closing November 27, 2022. Co-owner Jim Elrod says the restaurant has been busy “like Mardi Gras” last week, as regulars started hearing that the restaurant would be closing a …

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How to Get Invited to BJ Novak’s Pop-Up Chain Series

Photo courtesy of the channel On Google Street View, the Chain house looks like any other on its block, a charming West Hollywood bungalow just off 3rd street. But when you step through the front door, the house reveals itself to be something very different from its neighbors. titled by …

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Ted Lasso Letter Billboards Display in Dallas

The fictional TV coach has done it again. Apple TV+ series coach Ted Lasso has a series of billboards across the United States in the hometowns of every United States Men’s National Team player. As you’d expect, the letters are a bit cheesy, but Motivational Coach has a way with …

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Chili’s Offers Restaurant Careers to Military Veterans Through a Smooth Transition Program

Find out what clicks on FoxBusiness.com Popular Chili’s restaurant brand offers veterans a convenient way to reintegrate into civilian life. A new Department of Defense funded program called SkillBridge aims to promote a seamless transition for service members return to the labor market. Veterans have the option of spending their …

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Doncic extends 30-point streak to 9, Mavs edge Nets 96-94

DALLAS (AP) — Luka Doncic scored 36 points, becoming only the second NBA player with nine straight games of at least 30 to start the season, and the Dallas Mavericks beat the Brooklyn Nets 96-94 on Monday night. Dorian Finney-Smith scored 18 points and Josh Green had 16 for the …

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Chili’s opens a delivery/takeout unit and adjusts the “3 for me” offer

Chili’s Grill & Bar, the casual dining division of Brinker International Inc., plans to open a smaller unit dedicated to pick-up and delivery on Thursday, the company announced Wednesday. Dallas-based Brinker said the new unit, reported in August while under construction, will open near Southern Methodist University, scaled down to …

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Letters to the Editor – Early Voting, Campaign Signs, West Oak Cliff, Reunion Tower

Don’t follow the crowd on the cliff Outside my polling station this week, I met a friendly man holding a large sign saying, “Have you had enough? Vote Republican.” I’m sure his intentions were good, but his nonsensical sign embodies the kind of knee-jerk politics we don’t need on either …

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Texas jobs report shows improvement in September – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

The latest jobs report shows new highs in Texas employment. The report released Friday by the Texas Workforce Commission shows the state added 40,000 nonfarm jobs in September 2022. The latest figure is more than double the number of jobs added in August, according to Labor Commissioner Julian Alvarez. On …

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Migration to electric vehicles is an incredible business opportunity for restaurants

Dallas Henderson by Dallas Henderson, Account Manager at RizePoint Electricity can be the future of transport. As gas prices continue to soar and OPEC+ announces they will cut oil production, electric vehicles (EV) are attracting more and more people. In fact, 2021 has been the strongest year yet for electric …

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Riscky’s in Fort Worth celebrates 95 years of barbecue

Fort Worth’s second-oldest restaurant celebrates its anniversary on Thursday, October 20. The barbecue restaurant turns 95, and its owners say that makes it the second-oldest restaurant in town. There aren’t many restaurants that have kept their doors open since 1927. Eddie Sullivan, who has co-owned with Jim and Norma Riscky …

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Restaurant openings to keep on your radar

Dallas continues to open restaurants at what appears to be a record pace. This fall is full of new openings, and looking ahead, we’re excited for some spots opening in 2023. Here are the places we’re most looking forward to, some of which are already open and some that will …

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Smoked salmon dip, lamb pressed and fried pie

In this week’s roundup, our food writers tell you about an appetizer dip that’s enough as a meal on its own, a fried dessert you don’t need to go to the State Fair for try, from a vegetarian dish at a sushi bar, to braised lamb and a versatile condiment …

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Opening of the new Chick-fil-A in downtown Dallas

In a “vibrant corner” of downtown Dallas – Elm and Akard streets – Chick-fil-A will open its first street-facing restaurant in the neighborhood, confirms Kyana Bascomb, senior property manager for Chick-fil-A. It will be located on the ground floor of The National, a $460 million renovation project in downtown Dallas …

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Au Bon Pain takes a bite out of the fight against breast cancer

‘Pink Out Palm Tree’ Shows Support for Survivors During Breast Cancer Awareness Month Dallas, Texas (RestaurantNews.com) On good breadthe bakery-café brand known for its indulgent convenience, is joining the fight against breast cancer in October to support National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc.® (NBCF) in their mission to help Women Now® …

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Everything you need to make perfect vegan tacos, plus 13 restaurants to try

Forget Taco Tuesdays – a true taco lover never limits this Mexican street food to one day of the week. It’s taco time anytime, anytime. From breakfast tacos to daddy’s golden tacos (fried potato tacos), there is a regional variety or a unique mashup for each meal of the month. …

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Another residential tower in sight for the Deep Ellum block

Texas-based real estate firm Stonelake Capital Partners plans to open a 17-story residential tower next year in Dallas’ Deep Ellum neighborhood. The more than $123 million skyscraper will be built on Taylor Street near Malcolm Boulevard X, according to planning documents filed with the state. The site is now occupied …

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Hilton Dallas/Southlake Town Square completes property-wide renovation

The Hilton Dallas/Southlake Town Square announces that it has completed a months-long renovation project of the entire hotel. Driftwood Capital, the group that owns the hotel, has provided a significant investment in the complete overhaul of the hotel property to elevate the space and provide enhanced guest offerings. The hotel …

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Korean CrunCheese hot dog makes its way to Texas and more in What Now Media Group’s weekly pre-opening restaurant report

Image Credit: CrunCheese Korean Hot Dog Dive into this week’s top stories from Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Orange County, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix, San Diego, San Francisco and Tampa (RestaurantNews.com) What Now Media Group, Inc.the industry’s leading publisher of pre-opening restaurant news, has …

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Trophy Club Blue 22 Sports Grill restaurant focuses on food and home environment

When Trophy Club residents Mack and Veronique Graham launched Blue 22 Sports Grill in November, they brought years of industry experience with them. Véronique has a background in catering, sales and marketing. Mack has owned and operated restaurants since he was 22 years old and purchased his first restaurant in …

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Hot Concepts winners focus on creating exceptional experiences

According to the winners of this year’s Hot Concepts Award, which the editors of Nation’s Restaurant News award to brands that have the potential to make a lasting impact on American dining, creating positive vibes and a great customer experience is essential to run a successful restaurant. countryside. During a …

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Jersey Shore restaurant evacuates over fears of building collapse

BARNEGAT LIGHT – A wedding reception had to change plans at the last minute after the venue’s second floor caved in under the weight of its attendees. The Barnegat Light Fire Department and other first responders were called to the Daymark restaurant before 8pm on Saturday evening. According to the …

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New Swimsuits Fit Perfectly In This Week’s 5 Hottest Dallas Headlines

This Dallas food news roundup has a surprising number of openings, either in the works or already here. There’s also a slew of new menu items coming online, some of which are pumpkin-themed. There are some exciting new chefs in town. Here’s what’s happening in Dallas restaurant news: brass ram …

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Dallas Restaurant News — Muchacho Tex-Mex, Knife Steakhouse

I2 unprecedented years have passed since Enjoy your meal named Dallas on Restaurant City of the Year 2019. But even during a pandemic, our city’s food scene has persevered. With the sheer number of recent openings (especially at Deep Ellum, Bishop Arts and Downtown), it’s easy to forget that many …

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North Dallas-Park Cities Area Realtor Meetings Are Back and Sweeter with Candy

The global pandemic has made it difficult to network as a real estate agent. Each week, realtors from several areas in the North Texas area would attend MLS meetings for breakfast or coffee and then visit nearby listings. Meetings were also a social hub – a way to connect friendly …

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Southwest Airlines tries again to win contract with plane cleaners, including bigger raises

Southwest Airlines has reached a contractual agreement with the 170-member union that represents workers who clean planes, after workers overwhelmingly rejected a contract this summer. New Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association deal gives immediate 12% raises to appearance techs with at least four years of experience and will raise the starting …

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New Dallas Building Standards May Reduce Stormwater Drainage – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

New building standards can help reduce runoff from the downpours North Texas has experienced recently and these measures are gaining attention with extreme weather forecast to increase in coming years. There is talk in Dallas of making voluntary measures a requirement in the future. During a downpour on Sunday, water …

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The commercial development in Longview – with restaurants, apartments etc. – is gaining momentum | Local

Activity resumes in Longview’s newest major business development after the arrival of COVID-19 in 2020 hampered progress at The Crossing at Main and Main. The 42-acre project, which will eventually include everything from offices and restaurants to medical services and apartments, is at Eastman Road and Loop 281 next to …

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The Best Foods at Tim Love’s Caterina in Fort Worth

Tim Love inadvertently caused an internet ruckus when news broke that his latest restaurant, a classic Italian diner in Fort Worth’s stockyards, would require diners to ditch their cellphones while they ate. No matter what the internet had to say about it, the skepticism of his 23-year-old wife, Emilie, and …

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Dallas chef to open restaurant in Rapscallion space on Greenville Ave

There’s a new chef-led restaurant opening in the Lower Greenville area of ​​Dallas: Called quarter acreit’s from chef/owner Toby Archibald, and is set to open at 2023 Greenville Ave. #110, AKA the old Rapscallion space. According to a statement, it will open in fall 2022 with contemporary global cuisine inspired …

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A New Cat Cafe Prowls This Week’s Top 5 Dallas Stories

Editor’s note: A lot has happened this week, so here’s your chance to catch up. Read on for the hottest titles of the week. Looking for the best things to do this weekend? Find this list here. 1. A new cat cafe will be prowling East Dallas from a kitty …

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Dallas BBQ joins a competition in the quest for week for the best in Texas

A Dallas-based restaurant-quality barbecue marinade maker gained a little extra pizzazz by winning third place in this year’s H‑E‑B Quest for Texas Best contest. Smokey John’s Bar-B-Que tied for third place in the contest, winning a $10,000 prize and the chance to have his bbq rub sold in HEB stores. …

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Arlington hosts restaurant contest to find the best taco – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

The Arlington Convention and Visitors Bureau is holding a contest among 12 restaurants to see who will be crowned Arlington’s favorite taco. According to the City of Arlington, nearly one billion unused vacation hours are wasted each year. The Arlington Convention and Visitor’s Bureau said it hopes to #SaveTheTacos by …

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Popular McKinney’s restaurant damaged by fire – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

With Rye’s second location just days away from celebrating the first anniversary, the team behind the restaurant mourns the loss of the first. “A day I will never remember has become a day I will never forget. The call is right, ‘The restaurant is on fire. You have to come …

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Sorting Atipico’s Great Menus and Flavors

Atipico is a new restaurant just north of the city center where Harry Hines Boulevard meets North Akard Street. Along with The Henry, Royal 38, North Italia and Tacolingo, it is part of a large courtyard at The Union Dallas, an office and residential tower. Atipico hails from Mexico City …

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5 Most Powerful Fried Chicken Chains Right Now – Eat This Not That

The Global Take-out Fried Chicken Market is Expected to Grow by $1.92 Billion Over the Next Four Years According to Reportlinker.com. And, while the chicken sandwich wars of a few years ago may have died down, fast food fried chicken is still a hot commodity as powerhouse brands like Chick-fil-A …

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Taco Joint in Plano and Rodeo Goat in Frisco

Tacos and burgers: These are two of our favorite things in Dallas-Fort Worth. Check out news from two new restaurants in Collin County: The first Taco Joint in Collin County open Thursday, August 4, 2022 at the Heritage Creekside development on the southwest corner of Plano Parkway and Alma Road …

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“Because it’s right there!” BJ Novak discovers the appeal of Whataburger in a new film, Vengeance

Texans love Whataburger. It’s just a fact, but it’s also something outsiders don’t always understand. Office’s BJ Novak discovered the hype while researching his new film Revenge. The film stars Novak as Ben Manalowitz, an aspiring journalist and podcaster from New York City, who ends up in West Texas to …

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Readers say they’ll miss Saucy Noodle, a longtime independent restaurant

“My heart breaks at the thought of disappointing so many loyal customers,” says Erin Markham, whose grandfather, Sam Badis, opened the Saucy Noodle at 727 South University Boulevard in 1964, coining the motto that stands today on the restaurant awning: “If you don’t like garlic, go home.” But at the …

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Unbelievabowl Fuels Dallas Bowls Craze

It’s clear: Dallas has found a way to put just about everything in a bowl. Whether it’s Mexican, Indian or American cuisine, apparently everything tastes better when eaten from a bowl. Incredulous is no exception. Richardson’s new Asian restaurant offers 20 different Asian-inspired bowls with meats and toppings ranging from …

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Waffle House stifles latest attempt to bring restaurant to Aggieland | Local News

Residents of Bryan-College Station have been advocating and campaigning for nearly a decade for Waffle House to bring a location to Aggieland, but Waffle House officials have stifled the latest move to bring the southern staple restaurant chain into town, for now at least. The latest push to bring a …

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Chipotle checks dwindle as consumers switch orders

Throughout the worst phases of the pandemic, large restaurant chains saw order sizes increase as consumers, stuck indoors with family or other cohabitants, opted for group orders for meals. shared. Now that consumers have resumed their lives away from home, the average check size is decreasing. On a call with …

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Dallas small businesses, feeling the pinch of rising costs, struggle to stay open

A hair salon had to raise its prices. A dry cleaner cannot get the plastic bags he uses for cleaned and ironed clothes. A restaurant serves fewer fries with each order. With inflation at a 40-year high, it’s increasingly difficult for small businesses to stay open and continue to provide …

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Taco Cabana expands its margarita selection to 12 flavors year-round

San Antonio Tex-Mex chain taco shack gives people what they want: all the flavors of the margarita, served all year round. According to a statement, the company is calling the dibs on the title of Margarita Headquarters fearing 12 permanent margarita flavors on the menu, each available for $3, all …

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Fat Shack brings everything fried to Plano

Tom Armenti opened his first big cabin location in 2010 in New Jersey with $5,000 and the scullery of a bagel shop. Since then, with a little help from shark tank and Dallas‘ own Mark Cuban, Fat Shack has expanded to 28 locations across the United States. One of them …

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Foodja expands to Dallas, partners with local restaurants to offer professional delivery to the workplace

Foodja Cafe kiosk used in a workplace. Photo courtesy of Foodja. Dallas, Texas (RestaurantNews.com) Food, the nation’s leading workplace restaurant delivery platform, has expanded into the Dallas market, offering professional meal delivery from local restaurants to Dallas County offices. As a purpose-built platform and service, Foodja was developed exclusively to …

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The Yard Milkshake Bar is coming to Colorado and more from What Now Media Group’s weekly restaurant pre-opening report

Image credit: The Yard Milkshake Bar Dive into this week’s top stories from Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix, San Diego and San Francisco (RestaurantNews.com) What Now Media Group, Inc.The industry’s leading publisher of pre-opening restaurant news, has published its weekly …

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Mastriano speaks to supporters at Leggio’s in Dallas

DALLAS — Surrounded by a room of passionate supporters, gubernatorial candidate State Sen. Doug Mastriano made his goals clear: to protect the liberties of the citizens of Keystone State. “We give the people the choice between freedom and oppression,” Mastriano said during a campaign stop at Italian restaurant Leggio on …

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Bar Louie taps into the tropics with new limited-time offers

The Original Gastrobar™ offers new burgers, desserts and non-alcoholic beverages that are sure to get customers in the mood from July 6 through October 1. 4 Dallas, Texas (Restaurant press release) Not planning a beach getaway this summer? No problem because Louis Bar offers customers the chance to enjoy all …

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SSCP Appoints Deborah Hinson President of Division Roy

Multi-concept operator SSCP Management Inc. has named Deborah Hinson as president of its restaurant division Roy’s, the company announced Friday. Dallas-based SSCP, which franchises Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar, Sonic Drive-Ins, and Cicis Pizza, through an affiliate, purchased Roy’s Hawaiian-Japanese fusion concept from Bloomin’ Brands Inc. in 2015, when it …

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GERMAN DONER KEBAB CONTINUES NORTH AMERICAN EXPANSION WITH HIRING OF KEY EXECUTIVES

New franchisees set to launch multiple restaurants across the US for the UK’s fastest growing restaurant group NEW YORK, June 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — As part of an aggressive expansion plan to North America, German Doner Kebab United States (GDK UNITED STATES) announced today that it has hired Robert Bray …

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Drip Pricing Hiding in Your Receipts: What Are Those Sneaky Charges?

This story is part So Money (subscribe here)an online community dedicated to financial empowerment and advice, led by CNET Editor at Large and So Money podcast host Farnoosh Torabi. What is happening As businesses grapple with inflation, some are passing on rising costs to consumers with new fees at checkout. …

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Used cooking oil from Orlando restaurants fuels passenger planes

ORLANDO, Florida. – Used cooking oil collected from restaurants near Orlando-area attractions is collected and converted into a fuel that can help keep tourists flying there. “We say we’re saving the world one drop of used oil at a time,” said Dave Kimball. [TRENDING: Police: Teens broke into $8M Florida …

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6 positive (and permanent) changes to get out of the COVID-19 pandemic

Dallas Henderson by Dallas Henderson, Account Manager at RizePoint Our world – and our industry – has changed dramatically due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Before March 2020, masking was something our kids did on Halloween. We worked side by side without keeping a distance of 6′. Our dining rooms were …

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Wingstop opens its first restaurant in Canada

Photography: Shutterstock Wingstop makes a breakthrough in Canada. The Dallas-based chicken wing chain plans to open its first Toronto location this month, with a grand opening scheduled for June 29 that will include a ribbon-cutting ceremony and beatboxing. It will be the first of 100 locations planned for the country, …

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Wing It On Chicken Restaurant! opens first DFW site in Fort Worth

A new fender seal has arrived in Texas, bringing “wings ‘n wiches” to Fort Worth. Called Get started!it’s a small North Carolina-based chain opening its only location in Texas, none other than Fort Worth. The restaurant is moving to a new center in the far southwest of Fort Worth at …

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2022 Father’s Day Brunch and Dinner in Dallas

This Father’s Day, Monarch presents a Kan Kan Tomahawk. (Courtesy of Monarque) Father’s day is Sunday, June 19, and what better way to treat Dad than by booking a reservation for a special meal at one of his favorite Dallas restaurants? From swanky hotel reservations to take-out coolers, these are …

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Puerto Rican cuisine and haunted restaurants

You can look “Texas eats”, Saturday at 10am on KSAT 12, KSAT.com and KSAT Moreour free streaming app. This week on Texas Eats, David Elder visits historic and haunted restaurants in the San Antonio area. David’s first stop is at a small town cafe, Fluff’s White House, in downtown Floresville. …

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Gengis Grill invests in the new brand development strategy

The three-unit deal was signed as part of Genghis Grill’s recently announced franchisee incentive, launched to help potential entrepreneurs get started with their new venture. Available to single and multi-unit franchisees, the incentive offers reduced franchise fees, waived development fees and up to $150,000 in waived royalties during the first …

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Birds trailer bringing the heat of Nashville to the taste of Dallas

News and research before you hear about it on CNBC and others. Claim your one week free trial for StreetInsider Premium here. Dallas, Texas, June 07, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Birds Hot Chicken Trailer brings the heat of Nashville to Taste of Dallas all weekend, June 10-12, 2022. Looking for …

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Dallas radio personality and food festival founder Jim White dies

Dallas radio personality Jim White, who co-founded the Savor Dallas food festival as well as Restaurant Week, died June 4. His wife Vicki Briley-White has confirmed that White died while in hospice care, after the couple were told he had cancer two months prior. “It’s been a shockingly fast journey …

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Opening of a four-level Layer Cake for a bar and restaurant in Nashville

A four-level bar and restaurant, admittedly suitable for social media and singles, has opened in Sobro – or at least three of its four “layers” have opened. The Layer Cake Social Club’s ground floor bar, rooftop and Cherry Lounge, an invite-only cocktail bar, are now open at 127 3rd Avenue …

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The sweet warmth of Nashville

Fried chicken comes with its own extra kick in Nashville. Now those spices have found their way to Texas thanks to Hattie B’s, a family-run hot chicken franchise with restaurants in Tennessee, Georgia and Nevada. “I grew up in and around restaurants,” says Nick Bishop Jr., who co-founded Hattie B’s …

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NorthPark seeks new gold backer as Comerica pulls out

NorthPark Gold — a welcome graduation gift and bling that’s often included in rich loot bags from charity events and school fundraising auctions — is fading fast. The heavy gold coins packaged in fancy pouches are temporarily ditched by the Dallas Mall for a more convenient but less dramatic NorthPark …

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Fatburger Brings California Burger Glory to Far East Dallas

A California burger chain still relatively new to Dallas-Fort Worth (and therefore still exciting) has a new location on the books: fat burgerthe revered and longtime Los Angeles-based chain known for its seriously greasy burgers, is opening its first location on the city’s east side, at the Firewheel Town Center, …

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Celebrate National Breast Day with Dickey’s Barbecue Pit

Dallas, May 23, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Did you know beef brisket is one of the most versatile cuts of meat? It is not surprising that it has its own national holiday. There’s no better way to celebrate than with Dickey’s Barbecue Pit, where our experienced pitmasters serve legit. Texas. …

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Gun violence leaves Deep Ellum suspicious

After a series of gun violence and a public rebuke from rapper T-Pain about crime in the neighborhood, Deep Ellum’s business owners grow suspicious. Police and business owners are stepping up security ahead of the summer peak season for bars, clubs and restaurants that line Dallas‘ main nightlife thoroughfare, and …

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Fort Worth’s oldest restaurant, Paris Coffee Shop, has reopened

The biggest challenge of reinventing an old restaurant, says Fort Worth chef and restaurateur Lou Lambert, is to “embrace the heritage.” They did it at Paris Coffee Shop, the 95-year-old restaurant in Fort Worth that reopened Thursday, May 19, 2022, after eight months of renovations. Paris Coffee Shop has tanning …

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Curry Up Now makes its Dallas debut

Curry Up Now, a California-based franchise, will debut in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex this summer, bringing its award-winning Indian fast food restaurant chain to The Colony’s Grandscape. The restaurant will feature a large dining room, a dog-friendly outdoor patio, and a globally-inspired craft cocktail bar, Mortar and Pestle, serving specialty …

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Mansfield restaurant distributes baby formula to those in need

MANSFIELD, TX – As families across the country struggle to find formula on their shelves, a North Texas restaurant has started handing out formula to those who can’t find it. Many Metroplex moms are logging on via social media, all in the same boat looking for baby formula. “I literally …

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Ways to save on everyday items – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

None of us are immune to the rising prices of everything from gas to groceries. That’s why we wanted to give tips on how to save and budget during this inflation. “Well, consumers are definitely feeling higher prices across the board, but especially on everyday items,” said Kimberly Palmer, a …

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Less immigrant labor in the United States contributing to higher prices

Just 10 miles from the Rio Grande, Mike Helle’s farm is so short of immigrant workers that he has replaced 450 acres of labor-intensive leafy greens with crops that can be harvested by machines. In Houston, Al Flores has raised the price of his barbecue restaurant’s brisket plate because the …

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Dallas wins home draw streak against Seattle Sounders

Seattle Sounders FC (2-4-1, 12th in the Western Conference) against FC Dallas (4-1-4, third in the Western Conference) Frisco, TX; Saturday, 8:30 p.m. EDT FANDUEL SPORTSBOOK LINE: FC Dallas -134, Seattle +338, Draw +294; over/under is 2.5 goals BOTTOM LINE: Dallas hosts the Seattle Sounders after going 0-4 in a …

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Maple Street Food Hall brings foodie treasures to the Medical District

A local food hall that has been in the works for nearly three years is making its long-awaited debut. Called Maple street food hallit’s a new concept in the Dallas Medical District offering a collection of five chef-led food concepts under one roof, including cuisines such as Asian, Mexican, Healthy/Organic, …

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Twin Peaks Restaurant Brings “Sports Lodge” Concept to Western Pennsylvania Locations

The Pittsburgh area is known for its sports teams, sports fans and, to a lesser extent, sports bars. And it looks like western Pennsylvania will make room for another of these with a bit of a twist. The Twin Peaks restaurant chain, based in the Dallas suburb of Lewisville, announced …

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The Utah-based Cupbop restaurant pitches on “Shark Tank.”

The owners of the Utah-based fast and casual Korean BBQ chain Cupbop have to present on ABC entrepreneurial reality show “Shark Aquarium.” Cupbop’s Jung Song and Dok Kwon recently recorded their appearance on the show, alongside three other companies. They pitched the idea of ​​Korean barbecue in a cup to …

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Italian cuisine, wines at the center of the festivities; Equipment hangs up the heist for Homer

Three days of Italian cuisine, culture, wine, as well as arts and crafts, demonstrations, a children’s zone and musical acts, are the focus of the third Arkansas Italian Food and Wine Festival, 4-8 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday at the Penick Boys & Girls …

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Cooking Students at Mansfield ISD Prep for Statewide Competition – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Students attending the Ben Barber Innovation Academy in Mansfield are preparing for a major statewide college competition next week, the first since the pandemic began. Knives at school attract everyone’s attention. but razor-sharp tools are an essential part of this class where excuses are not tolerated and expectations are high. …

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24-year-old behind bars in connection with fatal beatings at Pleasant Grove restaurant

A 24-year-old man is behind bars in connection with the fatal beating of a man at a restaurant in Pleasant Grove last month. Jose Carlos Zuniga is facing a murder charge in the murder of Enrique Pineda. His attorney did not immediately return a request for comment. The two men …

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White House voids airplane mask warrant for now after federal judge overturns rule

United Airlines will no longer require masks on planes after the White House said it was lifting the COVID-19 restriction on Monday, at least temporarily, after a federal judge overturned the public health measure. After repeated extensions to the mask rule in the 14 months since the Biden administration mandated …

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