July 2011 Blog Posts (2)

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Review: What A Taste! | The Taste of Dallas

 

Being a Dallas native I love it when our own homegrown events are done right. After a long week of work on our thing here at Uptown Jazz Dallas, I was looking forward to the 25th Annual Taste of Dallas at Fair Park. I haven't been that big of a supporter of Taste of Dallas because of where it used to be and how it's been done down in the West End in previous years. The previous…

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Added by Uptown Jazz Dallas IJF on July 9, 2011 at 2:30am — 4 Comments

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What A Loverly Bunch Of Coconuts At Truck Yard This Weekend

This weekend, cancel all your plans. Better yet, make plans to spend your weekend at the Truck Yard. Because all the cool kids will be drinking cocktails from coconuts, and you clearly don’t want to miss out on that. It’s … Continue reading

Mysterious Ke Competition Tonight At Reservoir In Fort Worth

by Steven Doyle          photos by Thomas Garza Tonight is round two of the ongoing Mysterious Ke’ cocktail contest set in Fort Worth at the Reservoir at 6pm. Competing bartenders include Pam Moncrief from AF&B, Austin Bird … Continue reading

Stroker’s Owners Opening Soda Fountain In Irving

by Steven Doyle A recent visit to Strokers on Harry Hines netted us a really good char-grilled burger, a pretty tasty Cuban sandwich (aptly named the Mark Cuban), and a tour through the nearly 2-acre facility. It was a searing … Continue reading

Chef Anastacia Quinones Revamps Mexican Sugar Menu

by Steven Doyle If you are missing the fantastic Latin cooking of Chef Anastacia Quinones, we are about to make you smile  and hungry. It has been some time since AQ left her executive chef post at Komali when she … Continue reading

Bob Pepi – Multi-Continent Winemaker

by Andrew Chalk A big drawback of winemaking is that it is totally in the hands of nature. A great advantage of winemaking is that it is totally in the hands of nature. It depends what nature does that leads … Continue reading

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