When the sun sets and you find yourself craving for sumptuous and filling breakfast, head over to Bread Winners. Recognized by the Dallas Observer as the best place in the city for breakfast and brunch, Bread Winners Bakery & Bistro serves a medley of tasty breakfast selections. Dishes range from chicken and waffles, eggs benedict, breakfast tacos, oats, burgers, salads, and a variety of hearty dishes.
Sitting atop Pittsburgh’s Restaurant Row on Grandview Avenue in Mount Washington is the fine dining restaurant, Altius. Mount Washington is known for its amazing views, overlooking the city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Tourists and locals alike flock the several overlooks just to gaze upon the magnificent sight.
It was an amazing week I’ve had in Charleston, South Carolina. For those who are new to the site (hello!), I am one of the Southern Style Summit bloggers sent by Belk to experience Charleston Fashion Week.
Today, I’m sharing with you our delicious experience at P.F. Chang’s. You probably noticed I’ve been posting a lot about P.F. Chang’s on my social media. Well that’s because they rolled in a new menu! For the first time, they are introducing hand-rolled sushi as well as inventive small plates and handcrafted cocktails – first and only in the Dallas Fort Worth metro! These new menu items are perfect for Happy Hour. Are you ready to drool???
Taste of Dallas presented by Ford is back and cooler than ever. It’s the largest tasting event in the DFW and there’s a big table ready for you and thousands of other hungry tasters! I don’t know about you, but I LOOOOVE food! I may not be a big eater, but I like to try different dishes and be my own critic. And if you haven’t noticed, DFW offers a gazillion of restaurants that I may not be able to squeeze in a lifetime! Thanks to Taste of Dallas, I’ll be able to taste food from restaurants all over North Texas! Now who’s ready for platefuls of fun and a flash giveaway?
UPDATE: Congrats AUDRA!
A ramen bar opening in the Deep Ellum created a lot of buzz and excitement back in Fall of 2013. So when Tanoshii Ramen opened in September 2013, people flocked naturally. The first couple of days since they opened, there were a lot of days where they got sold out even before closing time. Fast forward to a couple months and they are still packed with people even on a regular week night.
One Friday night, south of Virginia, we craved sushi. Unfamiliar to the place, we tried the first thing that caught our eye. In big bold red letters, the signboard reads, “Geisha”. The commercial area (Greenbrier) where it was located looked modern and upscale. The Geisha Sushi Bar building looks decent and clean from the outside. And looking through the glass windows, it looks nice in the inside too. So we went.
El Fenix, the Originator of Tex-Mex, and Spirit Airlines Teaming Up for
40 Million Mile Giveaway
2,000 People to Receive Enough Miles for Award Travel
(with taxes and fees from only $5 per award)*
Dear DFW Friends, who wants 20,000 miles enough for a standard roundtrip award? Raise your hand (raising ours too with a margarita on hand).
Ever heard the phrase “there’s nothing to do in Dallas”? Some would even generalize that there’s nothing to do in the Lone Star state of Texas. Well, my response to that is this – perhaps you should get out of your house more often and really see what’s out there. This new video from the Dallas Convention & Visitors Bureau which was released November 1, inspired me to share with you some of my favorite spots in the city. Dallas is no New York, Chicago or Los Angeles. It’s not by the coast, so naturally there’s no beach. It’s not a mountain country and the temps can get extremely hot in the summer, so expect no snowboarding or skiing. But I love Dallas and I love Texas and there’s no other state or region that I would love to call home y’all! Of course, I know each person has their own preferences, personalities, interests, priorities and needs. But I only ask a few minutes of your time to show you why I love the Big D! I’m not asking you to move nor am I asking y’all to love Dallas. I only ask you to open up your eyes and see beyond those boots and cowboy hats clouding your perception of the city.