Dream Cafe

Though only open until 3 each day, Dream Cafe in Addison maintains a steady stream of customers for breakfast and lunch. Health-conscious restaurants with “hippy” vibes aren’t new but they are on trend. Dream Cafe has been open for more than 20 years. Now that people are seeking healthier restaurant options, Dream Cafe has two […]

Sundown at the Granada

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. […]

Social Science at the Perot

Perot Museum of Nature and Science hosts a bimonthly 21+ event, known as Social Science. Social Science is an exclusive after-hours engagement for adults. The event was well organized and planned. There were booths and learning stations. Of course, there was a bar or alcohol station every few feet. Unlike many concerts or events, the […]

Cinco Tacos Cocina & Tequila

Cinco Tacos’ menu is heavily fish-based, which includes lobster tacos. With a very convenient location, Cinco Tacos is located off of the tollway and Beltline. They have a large covered patio perfect for the sunny weather. You are served seasoned chips and three different salsas; my favorite being the tomatillo salsa. The drink menu is almost […]

No Quarters Needed, Unlimited Plays at Cidercade

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 […]

Central Mexican Cuisine in Downtown

Meso Maya is in the heart of downtown across from the Perot. It’s a central Mexican restaurant so it has food you’re not going to find just any Tex-Mex restaurant. I went on a Friday night around 6 p.m. so the place was packed. I kind of wandered in and they asked if I had […]

III Forks Steakhouse

Listed as one of the best steakhouses, must-visits in Dallas, and self-proclaimed embodiment of the American steakhouse. But is it worth it? Walking into III Forks gives you the “members-only clubhouse” vibe. The hostesses treat you as if you’re one of those members. Reservations are a must so I have no commentary on wait times. […]

The Early Bird Gets a Seat at the Original Pancake House

Even if you haven’t lived in Dallas very long, you’ve probably heard of The Original Pancake House. And if you’ve ever been there you’ve probably noticed, it’s almost always packed. The Original Pancake House is an old-school breakfast joint. They serve your classic 2x2x2, which of course 2 pancakes, 2 eggs, and 2 pieces bacon. […]

Bangkok Thai is the Thai Restaurant Addison Needed

Formerly, Chow Thai, Bangkok Thai is newly remodeled and has a new menu. Tucked away in the shopping center, Prestonwood Place, Bangkok Thai has opened with a new look and food. The classics like Pad Thai, Pad Kee Mow, and Green Curry are still there. But the menu is now full with Thai fusion items […]

Want Authentic Ramen? Head North.

For good ramen, you just have to go a little north to Addison. Ramen Hakata is in an odd location but usually, the best places are. Off of Beltline and Marsh, you get a happy Japanese greeting and delicious ramen. The service was super quick, friendly, and attentive. The interior is open and welcoming. Beautifully […]

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