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Pop Some Tabs, People!

While we’re still dissecting last night’s events, let’s kick back with an ice-cold cocktail. A really low-stress one. We’ve written about a lot of hard seltzers in these digital pages the last year or so, but RancH2O (pronounced Ranch Two Oh) falls squarely into the genuine, real, 100% legit cocktail category. They just happen to be in cans. And as an […]

This Story Has NOTHING To Do With The Election

Today is one of the most important days of the year—it’s National Sandwich Day! But we like to think inside the box when we think outside it. That’s why instead of going to a traditional sandwich place, we’re ordering a Reuben in pie form from ZaLat Pizza today. They just launched the special-edition saucy circle of deliciousness yesterday, but we […]

All The Burgers You Can Stuff In Your Face

Are you ready to beef up this weekend? If so, then you need to head to Knife at the Highland Dallas. Or Knife’s socially distanced patio to be more specific. That’s where Burger Fest will unfold over two hours with all-you-can-eat burgers, fries and two Texas Ale Project beers for the low price of $25. If you think you can […]

Drink The Rainbow

When it comes to boozy seltzer beverages, you have plenty of options. Almost too many options. But there’s only one that’s actively making a huge impact for LGBTQ rights in the United States. That’s right, Vizzy Hard Seltzer announced a $1 million commitment to the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) in celebration of LGBTQ History Month. That’s an intoxicating amount of […]

Blended, Family

We want to be more like the Kooper family. They pivoted long before pivoting was the cool thing to do, embarking on a whole new adventure when they could’ve just as easily played it safe. In 2012, Troy and Michelle Kooper exited the corporate world and started their own whiskey blending house in La Grange, Texas. Eight years, later, they’re […]

E-I-E-I-Ohhh, Yeah!

The term farm-to-table typically describes restaurant fare, but in the days of increased home-cooking, it aptly applies to your dining room table, too. At least now that One Potato meal kits have arrived in Dallas. From healthy-living guru and co-founder of Weelicious.com, Catherine McCord, comes this new organic service. We tried it out the week they launched locally and loved […]

This Is A Job For SUPPERman!

Not all takeout food is created equal. That’s a lesson we’ve all learned since March, but restaurants are getting better at it. And some are even building menus specifically designed to be enjoyed (and easily reheated) at home. Take the brand new SUPPER menu launched on September 30 at Hatchways Café in Victory Park, one of beloved restaurateur Tristan Simon‘s […]

Got The Munchies, Dude?

We definitely have a stoner mentality when it comes to food. Especially ever since lockdowns went into effect, we’ve had the munchies more than ever. Luckily, there’s a new sandwich shop that caters specifically to cravings of the ganga-induced type. Say hello to Cheba Hut, a Tempe, Arizona import that makes it well worth finding parking in Deep Ellum for […]

Your To-Go Go-To

Six months to the day. That’s how long it’s been since we’ve eaten at a restaurant. Indoors, anyway. Since March 16 and the kickoff of the Dallas lockdown, we’ve only eaten twice on restaurant patios and the rest has all been takeout. Or curbside grocery pickup. (If you get a big pile of origami from us for Christmas, it’s because […]

Brunch Like A Virgin

There’s no shortage of drag brunches in Dallas these days—not that we’re complaining one bit. Our favorite queens need the work and we definitely need the escape from all things 2020. The latest on the scene is the recently launched series, The Last Virgin Drag Brunch at The Kitchen inside The Commons Club inside Virgin Hotels Dallas. Jenni P hosts […]