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by Bryan Coonrod Earlier in the week I saw a post on Facebook that 80’s pop star Tiffany would be performing at the Vista Ridge Mall in Lewisville. My curiosity was quickly piqued as the first thing that popped in … Continue reading →
Dallas, Texas- March 6, 2016- Holt to be featured in Industry Alley’s Sunday Soiree Pop-Up on Sunday, March 6th, serving Izakaya inspired food and cocktails starting at 8pm. On the first Sunday of each month Industry Alley Bar will host … Continue reading →
by Steven Doyle Although we have seen crawfish as early as December, the bugs just aren’t at their peak sizes just yet. It is a bit early, but they are tasty and it looks to be a great year for … Continue reading →
Starting Sunday February 7th at 8pm Industry Alley we’ll be hosting a pop up with some of Dallas’ most creative chefs. First up for Feb. (yes, we know it’s Super Bowl Sunday) will be the Misti Norris, creative genius of … Continue reading →
by Robert Bostick Driving South on IH-35 the conversation turned to what eats to get once hitting Austin city limits, and there was no question it would be Conan’s Pizza. We have a long history with Conan’s; my wife remembers … Continue reading →