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Drink and Eat Tex-Mex Your Way at T. Blanco’s

by Nafeisa Shukair-Farley Are you looking for an eating place that not only serves freshly-made Tex-Mex and a variety of unique adult beverages?  You don’t have to look far because T. Blanco’s has opened its new location in Addison (off Beltline … Continue reading

Discover Jesus BBQ

by Steven Doyle Just around the corner from Rahr Brewery in Fort Worth you will discover a gem called Jesus BBQ. With a name such as Jesus in your title you are sure to elicit something close to ethereal smoked … Continue reading

New Asian Fusion Concept Musumé to Open at Hall Arts

Musumé, a full-service contemporary Asian restaurant, will join Stephan Pyles’ Flora Street Café as the second restaurant at HALL Arts in the Dallas Arts District. The 5,000 square foot restaurant with a name that means ‘daughter’ in Japanese is scheduled to open … Continue reading

Windmill Sold *Updated

by Steven Doyle We picked up the news yesterday afternoon that Tom and Lisa Georgalis, the owners of The Ivy Tavern located on Lemmon Avenue purchased the Windmill, the long time cocktail lounge considered the first craft cocktail house in … Continue reading

Dallas Party Bike Takes Deep Ellum For A Ride

A new way to experience Dallas has come to Deep Ellum, and is already proving to be a big head turner. The Dallas Party Bike offers a fun, innovative way to enjoy a day or night out in Deep Ellum, while … Continue reading

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