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Happy Brewthday!

If you need an excuse to get out of the house this weekend and drink some beer, look to a popular six-year-old for inspiration. All weekend long, Texas Ale Project will be celebrating 2,190 days in business with their 6th annual Tap Fest that includes live music each day and plenty of new brews to try. There’s a VIP event […]

Happy Brewthday!

If you need an excuse to get out of the house this weekend and drink some beer, look to a popular six-year-old for inspiration. All weekend long, Texas Ale Project will be celebrating 2,190 days in business with their 6th annual Tap Fest that includes live music each day and plenty of new brews to try. There’s a VIP event […]

Cheers To Monday! (Why Not?)

If you’ve been to an LGBTQ fundraiser in Dallas (though you may not remember, it’s been so long), chances are Barefoot was a part of the festivities. For more than 30 years, Barefoot has been a vocal and visible ally to our community year-round, not just during June. But in celebration of Pride Month (and National Rosé Day this Sunday […]

Brunch Of The Week: Farm Fresh

E-I-E-I-Oh, baby! You need to get back to nature this weekend—before it gets any hotter outside. Or we have another 40 days and 40 nights of rain. During the lockdown last year, one of our favorite things to do was park our car near Bonton Farms, cross the bridge at the end of the cul-de-sac, hike over the levee, and […]

Hardly for Hardware

Restoration Hardware is now as much a place for hardware as Lululemon is a retailer of fresh citrus. But we’re 100% OK with that. If you haven’t been yet, the gorgeous, three-story RH Dallas | The Gallery on Knox debuted earlier this month as one of the most awe-inspiring additions to the Knox Street shopping district in the last 20 […]

Brunch Of The Week: Rise, Shine, Wine & Dine

One month ago, an old friend from Arizona moved to Dallas and it didn’t take long for us to remember why we fell in love in the first place. Mainly because lots of wine is always involved whenever we get together. Well, if you haven’t already met, please say hello to Postino WineCafe in Deep Ellum. We enjoyed wine and […]

Cinco De Mayo Do-Over

It’s National Clean Your Room Day today. But instead of celebrating that nonsense, we’re going to pretend it’s Cinco de Mayo again and make ourselves a Mexican feast to celebrate our new favorite canned cocktail. Tequila Cazadores came onto our radar last fall and it’s been a staple in our liquor cabinet ever since. Well, not to be outdone by […]

Brunch Of The Week: Summer Heath Wave

Because we didn’t travel much during the pandemic, even little outings such as brunch feel like mini vacations. So last weekend, we figured we’d actually make a short road trip to Eggsville by way of Mimosatown. Truth be told, an out-of-town friend needed a ride to a baby shower in Rockwall, so we had time to kill and decided to […]

Brunch Of The Week: Sunny, Shady & Smoky

We love our job. We get sent cool products to review. Occasionally we get to travel on someone else’s dime. And nearly every day of the week we’re asked to drink and dine in the newest local restaurants (something that we’ve missed a lot the last 13 months). But in a position where we receive a lot of freebies as perks […]

Meet The Doobie, Brothers

You don’t have to be a stoner to get the munchies. But today, in celebration of 4/20, the pizza slayers over at Greenville Avenue Pizza Company bring back the wildly popular Doobie for one day only. This incredible creation starts with a giant slice of deliciously simple thin-crust cheese pizza, which lovingly spoons a fried chicken breast made with their […]

Wise Choice

At least this summer, we will be able to drink with our vaxxed friends in the pool. And unlike last year when we had to toast to imaginary buddies a la Wilson in Castaway, we finally have several genuine reasons to celebrate, too. So while you’re in the everything-but-beer canned booze aisle in the grocery store this week, keep an […]