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Drink, Drink, Drink & Be Merry

No need to pray for a miracle. We have one guaranteed. Kicking off tonight, the holiday-themed cocktail pop-up, Miracle, returns to HIDE in Deep Ellum for a second year as the Dallas representative of the new international tradition taking place in more than 100 cities. We went to a preview last week and tasted many of the Christmassy concoctions, each […]

Brunch Of The Week: Movin’ On Uptown

Brunch and bubbles are one of the most perfect pairings in human history. At least this side of Liam Payne and tighty whities. So we thoroughly enjoy the chance to get creative with our mimosas. That’s one of the highlights at the gorgeous Perle on Maple inside Uptown’s iconic hotel, The Stoneleigh. Unlike so many brunches that are a rowdy […]

A Very Asia Christmas

Ready for a little Ho, Ho, Ho’Hara? We know we are. Beloved Dallas drag icon, Asia O’Hara, returns to the Rose Room for one night only December 21 with her Electrique Christmas production. Don’t delay, because tickets are selling quickly for this 21-and-over show that Asia promises will transport you to a yuletide land of mystery, wonder and magic. Because […]

Brunch Of The Week: The Rise Of Wigwalker

We now return to your regularly scheduled Drag Brunch. After the closure of Don’t Tell Supper Club, the only bi-weekly drag brunch in town died along with it. But its star, Jenni P is back and better than ever in a whole new venue. Sunday, November 24 marks the second installment of the Sumthin’ Fishy Drag Brunch at the recently […]

Brunch Of The Week: Speaking Our Language

Over the years, we’ve learned many foreign languages: French. German. Spanish. But the only one that stuck is Spanish—Spanish words for food, that is. So it’s no wonder we felt right at home at TacoLingo where they speak nothing but the language of Tex-Mex love. This recent addition to The Union near Victory Park comes from Rich Hicks, the mastermind […]

When You Wish Upon A Fish

We’re not that demanding. Really. OK, we’ll wait for you to stop laughing because any regular reader knows we have standards higher than we might be entitled, but we don’t shy away from expressing our opinions. Especially when it comes to dining out in Dallas. And sushi might be the one category where we have the strongest feelings about what […]

Brunch Of The Week: Deep In The Heart Of Tejas

Variety may be the spice of life, but it can also make for a very long brunch. Especially if you have friends who are bad at making food decisions. Well, that’s practically impossible at the recently opened Tejas in the Bishop Arts District. The super-simple menu features only three breakfast tacos, three lunch/dinner versions and a trio of burgers (one […]

Brunch Of The Week: Beggin’ & Eggs

Time to start planning your post-Block Party recovery plan. We know any time we go to the Halloween festivities along the strip we wake up Sunday morning in desperate need of a Bloody Mary and carbs galore at brunch. But we’ve never once considered taking our dogs along with us. Now we can. This Sunday, Perle on Maple at The […]

Brunch Of The Week: In Love With Veuve

What’s one thing we love as much as champagne? A good rhyme. So consider this both a brunch recommendation and a PSA on how to pronounce one of the best champagnes in the world. Veuve rhymes with love. Not moooove as so many people say it. We met with brand representatives several years ago and their mantra of “Veuve rhymes […]

Brunch Of The Week: We’ll Have Our Usual

82. Eighty-freakin’-two. That’s how many brunches we’ve eaten so far this year and we have the digital photos and accumulated hangover to prove it. Brunch for us is more than a fun weekend meal with friends, it’s a passion and borderline obsession. So while stuffing bacon into our face this past Sunday, a friend asked if we had a favorite […]