Dallas Restauarants

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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5 Table Gorji restaurant named best steakhouse in Dallas of 2021 by Dallas Observer

DALLAS, November 16, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Dallas Watcher named Gorji Dallas’ Best steakhouse in their Best of Dallas 2021 edition published in October. In 2016, the Observer named the restaurant’s filet “Best Steak” on that year’s list. They described Chef Gorji, the back-to-back Texas Steak Cook-off champion, as …

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Raising Cane’s increases hourly wages

Photo courtesy of Raising Cane’s Raising Cane’s is increasing his hourly wage to an average of $ 14, a 15% increase for most employees, the chain said Thursday. The Dallas-based fast casual said it is making a $ 100 million investment in the wages of hourly workers and shift managers, …

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Various restaurants in Waco to explore

Located on La Salle Ave. At Route 77 Food Park & ​​Bar, Taquisa Waco has been serving authentic Mexican cuisine for six years now. Olivia Martin | Photo editor By Lexi Masarweh | Editor-in-chief From food trucks to niche restaurants, Waco offers a diverse range of establishments. The Taquisa Waco …

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New Korean BBQ restaurant K BBQ opens in Austin

A new Korean barbecue restaurant has opened in Crescent’s Highland Mall by owner So Ra. K BBQ is located at 6929 Airport Boulevard, Suite 176, starting September 27. The menu focuses on the all-you-can-eat Korean barbecue, with meats such as bulgogi, marinated pork belly and eel. There are also other …

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Huge Austin nightclub to open in Deep Ellum

Welcome to AM Intel, a daily roundup of (mostly) easy-to-digest details about Dallas restaurants that every local should know. Looking for more information on where to eat and drink in the Big D? Register for Eater Dallas’s bulletin, and follow us on Twitter and Facebook. Austin’s massive nightclub targets Deep …

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Gordon Ramsay Burger Chicago to Open Soon and more information on What Now Media Group’s Restaurant Weekly Pre-Opening Report

Screenshot credit: Good Morning America. Immerse yourself in this week’s best stories in Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix, San Diego and San Francisco (RestaurantNews.com) And now Media Group, Inc., The industry’s leading publisher of pre-opening restaurant news, published its weekly newsletter with …

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What is the tip for a take out order?

through: Michel bartiromo, Nexstar News Wire Posted: Oct 3, 2021 / 8:03 PM CDT / Update: Oct 3, 2021 / 8:03 PM CDT Should we be very generous with our tips during the pandemic? (Getty Images) (NEXSTAR) – Tipping a take out order has always been the generous thing to …

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Uptown luxury condo tower returns for rental

A luxury Uptown skyscraper that began to convert to condominiums has returned to rent. The owners of the One Uptown residential tower on McKinney Avenue announced in May that they would convert the 20-story building into condominiums. With prices starting at around $ 250,000, the four-year-old skyscraper has started selling …

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Here’s why you see more masa on restaurant menus

Molinito’s announcement changed the life of Bolita owner Emmanuel Galvan. He grew up helping his mother bake tortillas, dough balls (called “bolitas”) made from masa harina, which his mother pressed into tortillas, but he fell in love with masa after s’ passed out on a tlacoyo in Mexico City five …

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Dallas Culinary Nonprofit Has Dough For Catering Professionals

A nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting culinary innovation in Dallas distributes grants. According to a statement, the Dallas Food and Wine Alliance will award $ 16,000 to eligible applicants, which could include farmers, chefs, artisans, wine / beer / spirits makers, non-profit culinary organizations, businesses and food and beverage professionals …

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Collin County adopts the budget and property tax rate; Frisco prioritizes development of parks and trails, plus other DFW news

New light fixtures are being installed in the Cannaday Recreation Area near Clark Middle School. The 4-acre park is being redeveloped into a sports training center. A budget of $ 500,000 will provide the neighborhood with an obstacle course similar to that of the television show “American Ninja Warrior”. (Courtesy …

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LA’s best-kept food secret comes to Dallas

North Texas will be the first market outside SoCal to host an exclusive subscription service – Off The Menu Club – launched September 26 Dallas, Texas (RestaurantNews.comWhether you’re diving into delicious queso and margaritas at a posh Tex-Mex restaurant or indulging in top-quality beef brisket at an authentic Texan barbecue, …

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Louise Eiseman was a 91-year-old polished gem

Louise Eiseman, 91, president of Eiseman Jewels at NorthPark Center, died peacefully of natural causes on August 9 at her home in Preston Hollow, where she had lived for 56 years. I wrote a typical obituary, noting her commercial success, first with her husband, Dick, who died of Parkinson’s disease …

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Return of the mask? | Dallas Post

Across the country, schools, businesses and organizations are grappling with whether to demand masks indoors again, as Delta-variant infections once again increase COVID-19 cases, including here in Pennsylvania. The reassessment of mask policies comes after the CDC announced last week that it was recommending that vaccinated and unvaccinated people wear …

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