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The color scheme is black and white with accents of warm, pale green. Flat-screen televisions run strange loops of video clips, One Flew Over... More »
Just the concept of local ingredients trucked in from the farm every day, the reliance on organic meats and vegetables, and the ever-changing menu would be enough to... More »
The name Local has nothing to do with local food. Chef Tracy Miller wants the best ingredients to create a restaurant that becomes your home away from home -- your... More »
The menu says wedge, but what you get is more like a half-sphere. Greenz doesn't mess around while plating up roughage. Portion sizes here are generous, and ingredients... More »
Bin 555 has a kids' lounge--Wii, Xbox, Playstation, Net surfing, kid movies and chicken fingers and mac and cheese and so on (don't you dare eat... More »
Popular isn't a sufficient adjective to describe this shop specializing in chef Jay Valley's prepared eats. During lunch, Eatzi's seems to be nothing... More »
This brisk and beautifully stark cafe, tethered to The Modern Museum of Art in Fort Worth, skillfully frames a simple menu flung with international influences in... More »
Spawned by the same hatchery that brought the world The Cheesecake Factory, but with a potent Las Vegas insemination (note the contingent of huge angels mounted... More »
From carnivore to vegan, kids to late-night daters, this busy spot in the Quadrangle offers fare to please any diner--except those on a tight budget--with an... More »
Named for a 19th-century painting of a Rubenesque nude, the reborn Nana at the tip of the Wyndham Anatole Hotel tower has peeled back its... More »
Thanks to Bob Barker, generations of Americans learned daily about the importance of having pets spayed and neutered. And though Drew Carey continues to carry on the message, we know that the best pet advocates still exist locally, and few do that better than the SPCA of Texas. The 70-years-strong organization blings up its annual charity event with the theme Paws Cause Goes...
Beer people don’t need much prodding to attend a dinner dedicated to extolling the virtues of beer. It’s sort of a non-challenge. In the case of the Libertine Bar Saint Arnold Beer Dinner, we really just have to mention the name of the event and brewsters will be warming up their beer-lifting arms. For the non-ale-ing, however, this beer dinner is a chance to turn newbies on...
"You can always judge the quality of a cook or restaurant by roast chicken," Julia Child once wrote. I'm not sure if she was the first to utter those words, but they have been hers ever since.
They're words I happen to believe in. I've devoted too much time to roasting birds, and would roast more if my favorite technique, borrowed from Michel Richard, a popular French chef in...
We had a wonderful meal at Bistro Watel's! The toasts are always welcoming and delicious, the wine is very fairly priced. For salads, we had a ceasar and a thai salad off the blackboard which was amazing. The entrees were scallops (lime & ginger) and steak au poivre, also off the blackboard. All the food was as wonderful as we've come to expect from a...Read Full Review
Pricey, but this is one place you get what you pay for! Try the filet mignon.Read Full Review
Oh how I love the!! So many optionsRead Full Review
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