Put Some Gay In Your Day, Dallas!


Sleeping Around San Diego

Chances are you wish you were cold right now. Not nips-poking-through-your-shirt cold, but comfortably cool. We know we are, which is why we’re dreaming of the San Diego area 24/7. Anywhere but Dallas, really. We just got back from a quick weekend to SoCal and darn if patio heaters at night in August aren’t something we could get really used […]

Enjoy Steak With A 20-Year-Old

In June 2019, Al Biernat’s Oak Lawn can finally go out and legally order a cocktail. The iconic and beloved gayborhood-adjacent steakhouse recently celebrated turning 20 with a facelift and a brand-new bar. And if you’ve been to the restaurant before the update, you’ll notice a wonderful difference. If you’ve never been, there’s no time like the here and now. We recently got […]

Brunch Of The Week: Paul-American Weekend

We love a long holiday weekend. Not only because we get Monday off from work, but we can double up with two days of brunch in a row and still have a day of recovery. Perfect timing, too, because Paul Martin’s American Grill recently launched a brand-new brunch menu and it’s packed with greatness. Better still, it’s a nicely curated list of six […]

Brunch Of The Week: Let’s Get Sticky!

We get invited to try a lot of places for brunch. Well, every meal imaginable, really. But we always say the truest testament to a restaurant’s appeal is when we return on our own when somebody else isn’t footing the bill. And that’s exactly what’s happened when DC-based Matchbox American Kitchen + Spirit debuted its first Texas restaurant in the […]

Brunch Of The Week: Modern Family-Style

Trying to decide where to go to brunch can be stressful enough. Then choosing what to eat can really test your problem-solving skills. (Oh, that’s why we drink so many mimosas.) But there’s an Uptown favorite that makes brunching fun, easy and super social. Every weekend, The Rustic hosts a Jam & Toast Brunch with family-style eats from 10:00 a.m. […]

Happy Hour-lidays!

We don’t know about you, but we’ve officially checked out of work at this point. All we can think about is our next holiday party or any excuse to wear our Santa hat out in public. There’s a new happy hour in the gayborhood that has our name all over it, too. Sure, most of the gay bars along Cedar […]

This Son Shines

Trinity Groves has another hit on its hands and they have one family in particular to thank: the Rodartes. Beto & Son features the culinary craft of Beto and his 23-year-old son, Julian (pictured above). The handsome duo modernizes many traditional dishes, from hearty stacked enchiladas layered with 12-hour-braised barbacoa and a fried egg to the light and tasty shrimp […]

Sage Advice For Holiday Getaways

With family and friends descending upon your home this holiday season, it’s a good idea to have an escape plan. Preferably one that doesn’t require a flight out of the country. Or poisoning everyone’s egg nog. Fortunately for those of us living in Dallas, the Hill Country is a close journey down 35. And we’ve just experienced one of the […]

Brunch Of The Month: Go Blind Doing That

We really could use another short work week. That’s why we’re taking off tomorrow and headed down to Lowest Greenville for brunch at Blind Butcher. That’s right, their weekend brunch actually kicks off on Fridays for three days of egg-fueled dining and mid-morning drinking. With a new menu from genius chef Oliver Sitrin (wielding knives above), brunch offers the opportunity […]

We Need A Hero

If you haven’t been to Café Momentum downtown, you’re really missing out. And Oprah commands your attention. The nonprofit restaurant that helps train juvenile offenders in all aspects of the restaurant business not makes a difference in the lives of its numerous interns, but the chef-driven menu keeps us coming back for more. For a great chance to experience the […]