Street’s Fine Chicken

Continue Reading

Kabuki Japanese

Continue Reading

Interview: Casey Newton of Valise

Continue Reading

INTERVIEW: Kyle Morris of The Unlikely Candidates

Continue Reading
Bars | Deals | Food | Review

Uptown Pub

June 24, 2014

Neighborhood style bar that makes a great burger. (Cue the Cheers theme song) Though it’s located in Uptown off of McKinney Avenue, Uptown Pub has a laid back feel and cheaper prices. They start serving food at 11am. Their Bleu Burger is either second or third on my list of best burgers in Dallas. Made […]

Continue Reading

Art | Events | Food | Music | Review

Just For You

June 23, 2014

This blog post is going to be different today. Why? Because I’m leaving this one to you guys. This blog has been going for nearly two months. I’m super appreciative of all the support and response I’ve received. But I want to hear your voices. What do you want to read about? Are there any […]

Continue Reading

Food | Review

Nammi Food Truck

June 21, 2014

If you were at the Arts District’s Summer Block Party, you most likely ate at one of the many food trucks. I was lucky enough to not have to stand in a terribly long line. Nammi had two food trucks out there to divy up their customers and provide faster service. Nammi Food serves Vietnamese […]

Continue Reading


Sip | Stir

June 20, 2014

To honest with a name like Sip Stir, I was imagining a Hipster, Uptown coffee shop with overpriced, unimaginative drinks. I was only partially wrong. The shop is clean and spacious. It has an industrial meets eco-friendly feel with metal mesh seats, exposed ceiling ducts, light green and wood walls. Pleasant Jazz music played over […]

Continue Reading

Art | Events | Food | Free | Music

Art District Summer Block Party

June 19, 2014

Yesterday, I wrote about the Dallas Indie Festival. Well if that’s not enough art for you or if you’re a fan of the Late Nights at the DMA, the Art District’s Summer Block Party is this Friday. Every third Friday is the Late Night at the museums but this Friday is special. This Friday the […]

Continue Reading

Art | Events | Food | Music

Weekend Plans to Escape the World Cup

June 18, 2014

Wednesday means making plans for the weekend and trying to make it through the rest of the week. Well if you are tired of hearing about the World Cup and want something other than sitting around, drinking beer, and watching sports, here is an festival¬†for your weekend. Dallas Indie Festival begins this Thursday with a […]

Continue Reading

Food | Review

Carnival Barker’s Ice Cream

June 17, 2014

UPDATE: CARNIVAL BARKER’S CLOSED AT THE END OF JANUARY 2017. Ice cream on a summer day is a classic. Carnival Barker’s Ice Cream is far from ordinary. Carnival Barker’s is hand-made with fresh ingredients. Carnival Barker’s started by selling wholesale to a few markets. It is still sold in various stores but you’ll want to […]

Continue Reading

Events | Free | Review

McKinney Avenue Trolley

June 16, 2014

If you haven’t ridden the trolley yet, you’re missing out. First, it’s free. Second, it runs from Uptown Station all the way to downtown at St. Paul and Ross Ave, with stops at most local hot spots. They are in the process of extending the trolley line to cover the arts district to Federal. On […]

Continue Reading

Deals | Events | Food | Free | Music

Go Dad!

June 14, 2014

In case you forgot, tomorrow is Father’s Day. If you don’t already have plans to watch sports on the big screen or cook out, here are a few things you can do with dad: Medieval Times, All Weekend- Dads get in free this weekend with another adult ticket. For $25, they are offering a package […]

Continue Reading

Food | Review

Best Tacos in Dallas

June 13, 2014

UPDATE: Sadly, Good 2 Go Tacos closed in January. I now have to find the new best taco.    Good 2 Go Tacos the Best Taco in Dallas. There I said it. I absolutely love Good 2 Go Tacos. The food is great, the menu is comical, the staff is nice, and the atmosphere is […]

Continue Reading