Dallas Restauarants

Top List of Dallas Restaurants With 2021 Christmas Dinner Take-Out

In the post-pandemic world, the new standard for Dallas restaurants and vacation dining is to include a take-out option. Meals on site are festive and traditional, but there is a whole sector of diners who have become accustomed to take out and delivery, and the restaurants are up to this …

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Boston investor buys apartments in Frisco’s $ 1 billion Gate development

A Boston investor bought part of the $ 1 billion Frisco Gate development. San Antonio-based developer Embrey Partners LLC has sold their 350-unit estate in The Gate Apartments to TA Realty. The rental community is located on the west side of the Dallas North Toll Freeway, off of John Hickman …

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Sixty Vines encourages wine lovers to live sustainably with a new range of products

Wine-focused restaurant has launched e-commerce site featuring recycled and artisanal cork products and will donate all proceeds to nonprofits in the wine region Dallas, Texas (RestaurantNews.com) Since its inception, sustainability has been at the heart of Sixty Vines. That’s why this holiday season, the wine-focused restaurant is taking its eco-friendly …

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Dallas earns fourth straight win with 3-2 win over Arizona

GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) – Hot shooter Roope Hintz scored his seventh goal in eight games and the Dallas Stars extended their winning streak to four with a 3-2 win over the Arizona Coyotes on Saturday night . Jacob Peterson and Jason Robertson also scored for the Stars, who have won …

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Support Dallas Breweries, Bars and Restaurants on Small Business Saturdays

It’s easy to include Dallas bars, restaurants, and breweries in your small business Saturday shopping. Neighborhoods like Knox Henderson and the Bishop Arts District are made for this with local shops and restaurants you can visit on a shopping spree or leisurely stroll. Shop and dine at your leisure on …

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Texans who enjoy SNAP benefits can fully use them at farmers’ markets

The Texas Center for Local Food, a nonprofit dedicated to developing healthy local foods, has a message for families receiving food assistance: Spend it at your local farmer’s market. According to a statement, the group has launched a new project to promote the use of SNAP benefits in Texas farmers’ …

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Lockwood Distilling, of Richardson, opens second bar in North Texas

Lockwood Distilling Co., which opened in Richardson in 2019, has expanded to Magnolia Avenue in Fort Worth. The neighborhood family bar sells 11 locally made spirits, including pink hibiscus vodka, bourbon cream, and whiskey, gin and rum. Regulars to Fort Worth may remember the storefront at 1411 W. Magnolia Ave. …

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Watch robotic waiters bring food to diners, clear tables: the job crisis

Under-staffed restaurants are increasingly turning to technology and automation, including robot waiters. American Robotech sells four models at a price of up to $ 17,800. Videos show how her robots deliver food, clear tables and escort diners to their seats. Loading Something is loading. Restaurants in the United States are …

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Austin investor buys huge former Penney headquarters from Plano with plans to restart development

An Austin-based real estate investor and developer made one of North Texas’ biggest commercial property purchases of the year. Commercial Capital Investments has purchased JC Penney’s sprawling former headquarters in Plano’s Legacy Business Park and plans to resume renovations on the historic property. The previous owners were in the midst …

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Julio Pineda will help bring new Sueño Modern Mex-Tex restaurant to Richardson

According to co-owner Julio Pineda, Sueño Modern Mex-Tex’s birria tacos will feature short brisket-like rib meat. (Courtesy of Sueño Modern Mex-Tex) Restaurateur Julio Pineda plans to give Richardson a new take on traditional Tex-Mex fare when the new Sueño Modern Mex-Tex restaurant opens in December. In addition to enchiladas, nachos …

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