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by Steven Doyle Tucked away far north in the beautiful Castle Hills division of Lewisville sits a new shopping center that blends in with the neighborhood quite well. This is where you will find the Tex-Mex mecca of Lunada. Lunada … Continue reading →
by Steven Doyle Henderson Tap House opened for business last night, serving up a huge menu in a very tiny space of a kitchen. That kitchen inherited a super nice wood burning oven, so the pizzas come out bubbly hot … Continue reading →
by Jennifer Thomas Made by hand and smoked with oak, Luscher’s Post Oak Red Hots are now available at Artizone.com the online market place for local, small shops and home delivery service. The custom line of sausages created by Chef-Owner … Continue reading →
by Steven Doyle photos by Robert Bostick While we are sleeping each night the folks at HG Sply Co. are busy working to complete the new patio area on the rooftop of not one building, but three. Not only … Continue reading →
by Steven Doyle For years when asked where to dine in Plano and even further north of Dallas there were few choices. Certainly there are plenty of national chains to choose from, and plenty of Indian restaurants, some decent, some … Continue reading →