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The Eberhard: Brunch Edition

August 15, 2017

A newer addition to the Knox/Henderson area, The Eberhard takes time off nightlife to provide brunch. I have to start by mentioning the interior. The Eberhard is in a great location but they also have a thoughtful layout. It’s obvious that it’s a nightclub first but the open format and large windows give the perfect […]

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Noble Rey Brewing Co.

June 9, 2017

Noble Rey is more than clever names and fun packaging, it’s interesting and good beer. Dallas as a whole is booming with breweries. The Design District has seen the bulk of the boom with six breweries, Noble Rey is one of the newest. Noble Rey has beer, cider, and mead. They open their taproom 2 […]

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Peticolas Brewery

June 5, 2017

Peticolas is a small Dallas-owned and -operated brewery. Peticolas beer is only distributed in the DFW area. They don’t bottle or can their beer because they believe draft is the best way to taste their beer. You will only find their beer in restaurants and bars throughout the DFW area. They now have a taproom attached to their […]

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Idle Rye

June 2, 2017

Idle Rye is the new prohibition style restaurant and bar in Deep Ellum worth visiting. Prohibition theme is on trend and generally overused. Luckily, Idle Rye found a way to incorporate this theme without sacrificing food or service. The prohibition era really shows in the interior design with rustic lights, a large mural, and wood […]

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Sundown at the Granada

May 15, 2017

Restaurant and small music venue attached to the Granada Theater offers farm-to-table food, music, movies, and more. If you’ve ever been down lower Greenville Ave, you probably know of Sundown at the Granada. Though it’s known by it’s relation to the Granada, even in namesake, Sundown has established itself as a legitimate venue and restaurant. […]

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No Quarters Needed, Unlimited Plays at Cidercade

May 3, 2017

Bishop Cider Co has been around for almost 3 years now. Since their cleverly named ciders are on shelves now, it was time for a new venture: the Cidercade. The Bishop Cider Co Tasting Room is still in the Bishop Arts District. The tasting room is a small location attached to the original brewery. You […]

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Beer, Film, and Music Fests

March 30, 2017

This weekend is filled with fests of all kinds: beer, film, music, and even fandoms. Thursday, March 30th Broadway Bar Crawl, starts at Fat Rabbit, Free + Raffles, 6-8:30pm- Presented by AT&T Center for their upcoming Broadway series St. Paul & The Broken Bones, The Bomb Factory, $30, 7pm- Go see this if you can! […]

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10 Upcoming Events: Cars, Laughs, Music, Shopping

March 23, 2017

Want great food, new cars, local crafts, and lots of laughs? Dallas has you covered. Here are 10 events between March 22-29: Dallas Auto Show, Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center 3/22-3/26 8th Annual Dallas Comedy Fest, Dallas Comedy House, 3/22-3/26 Toyota Texas Music Revolution, Plano 3/24 4:30-10P Oak Cliff Farmers Market, Tyler Street Tower, 3/25 […]

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World’s Largest Selection of Draft Beers?

March 17, 2017

Yard House boasts the “great food, classic rock, and the world’s largest selection of draft beers.” While I can’t prove if they truly do have the world’s largest selection, they do have a sizable variety. To my pleasure, in their selection, they carry craft beers that are hard to find outside of the brewery. They […]

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Trivia Night at the Flying Saucer

March 15, 2017

No aliens, just your average drunks. “Freakshow Trivia” is hosted every Tuesday at 9 PM. Since it’s later than most, there are only 4 rounds of 10 questions and prizes are awarded after each round. The hosts warned anyone who was easily offended, sensitive or preferred not to hear cuss word, “they should just f**k […]

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