Chef John Tesar has reinvented the Dallas steakhouse by offering a wide variety of Texas meat. Go high-end and order the 240-day aged, $80-per-inch ribeye, or settle on a $12 burger. In between, you can choose a culotte cut, flat iron steak, or a luscious filet from nearby 44 Farms. No matter what price point you choose, the clubby atmosphere is free.Read More
Park & Palate will feature John Tesar, Tyson Cole, Jonathan Waxman, Tre Wilcox, Jason Dady, and many more.
Another food festival will hit Dallas this fall, but this one’s got a leg up in the venue department: Park & Palate will be held at beloved downtown oasis Klyde Warren Park. The two-day event begins Friday, September 25, and will include cooking demos, a so-called “grand tasting,” live music, and of course, a plethora of chefs — including dozens of notable Texans and a few out-of-towners.Read More
Dallas will always be a Tex-Mex nirvana, but when the novelty of bubbling queso wears off (does it ever?), locals find respite in the many salsa-free restaurants turning out creative cuisine.
Both urban and sophisticated, the culinary landscape in Dallas has been shaped by fine-dining heroes like Dean Fearing and Stephan Pyles. But in recent years, the rise of offbeat neighborhoods—such as the Design District and Bishop Arts—sparked a wave of more low-key, chef-owned alternatives to fancy hotel dining rooms.Read More