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Asian Mint and award-winning Chef/Owner Nikky Phinyawatana will host a cooking class at the Asian Mint Richardson location on Saturday, March 14 from 10:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. The class will be a hands-on, interactive experience learning how to make Larb Mushroom and … Continue reading →
by Melissa Alouf When Fish City Grill wanted to create a comfortable place for neighbors to enjoy great seafood at affordable prices. It is indeed a casual neighborhood restaurant where you could take the family or a casual date, and … Continue reading →
by Steven Doyle The James Beard Semi-Finalists have been announced this year, and Dallas has a good amount of nominees that are genuinely deserving and exciting. If you study the list, all of Texas is well represented. Let’s look at … Continue reading →
JAXON Texas Kitchen & Beer Garden– the modern Texas inspired restaurant and beer garden will open to the public at AT&T Discovery District on March 2nd. Located at 311 S. Akard Street, will be open for lunch and dinner seven … Continue reading →
Chino Chinatown Upon first opening in 2014, Trinity Groves has been a culinary incubator for some of Dallas’s most exciting concepts. The original idea was for restaurants to take up temporary residence before moving on to other things. Chino Chinatown, … Continue reading →