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by Steven Doyle What happens when you combine a five star chef with one of the funky new spaces on lower Greenville? The child would definitely be called Clark Food and Wine Company, and the chef giving birth would certainly … Continue reading →
by Andrew Chalk Max’s Wine Dive, the popular restaurant with the slogan “Fried Chicken and Champagne?…Why the Hell Not?!” just revamped their menu for Fall and Crave was at the media event to roll it out. From small plates to … Continue reading →
by Steven Doyle We have followed the young and vivacious chef Nicole Gossling through her many underground dining experiences, and followed her as she made her way across the globe this past year on her worldwide tour tour. Chef Nicole has … Continue reading →
This Halloween, put the kids to bed, grab your broomstick, and celebrate All Hallows’ Eve with Stampede 66 and Lakewood Brewing Co. at Fiesta de la Vida. As the official kickoff event for North Texas Beer Week, Fiesta de la … Continue reading →
by Andrew Chalk Gruet Winery sells almost 130,000 cases of wine a year, the best of it made from New Mexico grapes and clearly labelled as such. Its retail and on-premise (restaurant and club) reach extends to 49 states in … Continue reading →