A food production property of Uptown Jazz Dallas International Jazz Festival organization focused on the food and beverage interests of the Festival. Aside from presenting experiences in support of this mission, it culminates in the actual Taste Texas experience presented as part of the programming of the Festival event. Stay tune, more info to come! Let's Taste Texas!
A Community Cooks 2015Hit the field for a farm-fresh dining experience like no other! Join us for A Community Cooks, taking place at 6PM on Thursday, April 23rd at the WE Over Me Farm at Paul Quinn College. Enjoy the culinary delights of DFW's top chefs, prepared right on the football field-turned-farm, while sipping on beer, wine, and other farm-inspired libations. Come for the food. Stay for the company, live…See More
The first webisode highlighting the creative partnership between Cointreau and Laetitia Casta.
The creative partnership announced on 27 January in the Orangerie Museum – in the heart of Paris and at the height of Paris Fashion Week – has now burst…
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by Steven Doyle Enjoy the popovers with strawberry butter, but you will most likely want to check out the chicken salad or grilled cheese served with a single splash of tomato soup at Zodiac, the 63 year old favorite for … Continue reading →
Dallas’ fantastic storytelling series for adults, Oral Fixation (An Obsession With True Life Tales), presents “Best Of Season 6” at Moody Performance Hall on Wednesday, October 24th @ 8pm. Voted on by hundreds of Oral Fixation fans, this collection of … Continue reading →
Herrera’s Enchiladas From chili and nachos to fajitas and enchiladas, Tex-Mex could be called the ultimate comfort food. Despite its enormous popularity all over the United States, it’s an understatement to say that Tex-Mex has struggled to get respect as … Continue reading →
by Steven Doyle Shuffling in and finding one of the few remaining seats at the bar, a popular spot for the regulars, you grab a menu and peruse knowing that you will order the chicken fried steak. But you scan … Continue reading →
by Steven Doyle Coopers Meat Market, located in the compound at Sylvan|30 near Oak Cliff, hosted a fabulous wine dinner featuring the Freemark Abbey collection of wines. This is their first of what we hope will be many dinners at … Continue reading →