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Think Las Vegas already has a lot of celebrity-connected restaurants? 2022 wants you to hold its beer. Pro Football Hall of Famer Emmitt Smith plans to open Emmitt’s this spring, and reps finally have confirmed reports that it’ll be at … Continue reading →
Negra Modelo has long been the dark beer alternative for Mexican beer drinkers. It is a dark lager with some fascinating and complex flavors. If you’re looking for a rich beer to pair with a good meal—Mexican or otherwise—this is a fantastic … Continue reading →
Nuri Grill, the new upscale Asian inspired steakhouse in Dallas’ Koreatown is celebrating Lunar New Year with a special featuring traditional dishes eaten during the new year. The special is $29 and is available Tuesday, January 25 – Saturday, February 5. Guests can enjoy Tteokguk – … Continue reading →
by Steven Doyle We must be amusing ourselves when we order Chinese cuisine at restaurants that we seriously know are not serving anything close to what the Chinese might actually eat. There are restaurants that serve Chinese food that the … Continue reading →
by Steven Doyle There are actually few places that make a hearty bowl of seafood cioppino in Dallas. Cioppino is a fisherman’s soup that that is an amalgam of various Italian seafood stews and soups, but originates from San Francisco … Continue reading →