Brady is the new bartender in Oak Cliff. Brady serves drinks at Barbara’s Pavillion on Friday night and Sunday from 4 p.m. to close.
Happy hour on a patio is almost a sport in Dallas. You may not know that there are some great happy hours to enjoy while shopping at NorthPark Center. Whether you are popping into your favorite store after work or heading to see a movie, take advantage of these great happy hour deals at NorthPark Center! Continue reading
Avocado Toast: Where to Enjoy in Dallas
Let’s talk about Avocado toast. If you have never had this delicious treat, it is an open-faced sandwich made with mashed or sliced avocado with various toppings. Do I have your attention yet? I could proclaim my love for all things avocado to you, but you probably already share my sentiment. I am taking you on an avocado toast tour of Dallas. Continue reading
10 Local Coffee Shops in Dallas to Try
After a Saturday morning workout, one of my favorite things to do is stop by a local coffee shop and savor a cold brew or almond milk latte. Visiting my favorite local coffee shop in Dallas is a relaxing indulgence and a quiet place to get work done. Continue reading
The Dallas dining scene is full of indulgent destinations. I reserve the weekend for my cheat meals, and notice I said meals with an “s”, but occasionally I still crave a crisp salad. A couple of years ago the options for healthy food were very limited. As the Dallas area’s fitness landscape blossomed, so did the availability of healthy choices. While poke bowls are a tasty & healthy treat, it is great to have other healthy options available around Dallas. Here is a taste of a couple deliciously healthy restaurants in Dallas. Continue reading
Five Breakfast Diners to Try in Dallas
One of my guilty pleasures is enjoying a traditional American breakfast. A large breakfast with pancakes, eggs, bacon and hash browns to be exact. While I love Dallas’ brunch scene, sometimes all you want is a casual, no-fuss atmosphere to enjoy your delicious meal. Here are five breakfast diners to try in Dallas. Continue reading
Addison, Texas, in North Dallas, is a tiny town of 15,800. The 230 restaurants in Addison average one for every 70 residents. This high density brings visitors looking for a central location with many dining options.
100,000+ workers commute to Addison each day. Most dine in the 230 restaurants in Addison. In addition, tens of thousands from the Dallas-Fort Worth area for whom Addison is a favorite dining stop. As a result, Addison’s restaurants thrive year after year. Continue reading
Looking for unique free weekend activities in Dallas-Fort Worth? Well, here’s a list you want to check out.
You have tried plenty of bars and all kinds of martinis and margaritas. You are a little bored. Additionally, you don’t want to break the bank this weekend and you are running out of options for exclusive enjoyable moments. To make matters worse, you are on a budget. Is there any fun and free weekend activities in Dallas-Fort Worth to enjoy? Continue reading
Yelp Isn’t Just for Wannabe Food Critics
I was once sharing my affinity for Yelp and asked my friend if she uses the app. She said, “No, Yelp is for wannabe food critics.” I understood what she meant, but I use yelp in a much different way. Here are five reasons Yelp isn’t just for wannabe food critics.
The Hawaiian poke craze has hit the Dallas/Forth Worth Metroplex in full force. This popular food trend combines fresh cubed fish with sushi rice to form a version of a sushi salad. Poke, pronounced POH-keh, is a healthy and delicious Hawaiian dish meaning “cut piece” or “small piece. Here is a guide on where to find Hawaiian poke bowls in Dallas/Fort Worth.