This Week in Food & Beverage News


This Week in Food & Beverage News

Before you indulge in Easter Brunch on Sunday, get full on grand openings, wine dinners, a beer breakfast and more this week in DFW.

 

Tuesday, March 31:

Dallas Food Truck Schedule: Click to find out where your favorite meals-on-wheels will be this week.

 

Kibble & Cocktails: Food, libations, live music, and puppies for adoption- does it get better than tonight’s event at 3015 at Trinity Groves. Barking Hound Village invites you to enjoy yourself and give to a good cause that will give all proceeds to DFW Rescue Me’s Justice Program.

 

Ten Ramen: The chef and owner of Tei-An held the soft opening of his new ramen restaurant in the Sylvan Thirty development on Friday. The grand opening is today, with hours from 11:30am to 2pm and 6pm to 10:30pm.

 

Wednesday, April 1:

Agave Azul Mexican Kitchen-Tequila Sanctuary: A new tequila house and Mexican restaurant will open in the Harwood District on Wednesday. The restaurant currently operates locations in Carrollton and Flower Mound.

 

Hirsch Vineyards Wine Dinner: The California winery will pair up with Pappas Bros. Streakhouse for a five-course, wine-paired dinner featuring seared tuna, pheasant consommé, five-spice short rib, roasted rack of lamb, and rosemary pound cake.

 

Progression of Sangiovese: This week’s Women and Wine at Grace features three wines served with light bites for $10.

 

ZaLat: The pizza spot officially opened last month, but the grand opening will be at 5pm. It also marks the start of their full hours and delivery program, meaning you can get pizza from 4pm to 4am.

 

Thursday, April 2:

Flavors of Morocco: Learn how to create food from the exotic country of Morocco at Central Market Lovers Lane. The menu includes seafood b’stila with tomato-chermoula sauce; tagine of chicken with preserved lemons and artichoke hearts and more.

 

Friday, April 3:

Gin Mill Easter Roast: Friday through Sunday, the Hederson Ave. spot will bring back their Herb Roasted Leg of Lamb with house-made mint sauce, petit pois, roasted potatoes, and salad for $18…while it lasts.

 

Saturday, April 4:

Easter Pop-Up: Celebrate Easter a day early with a delicious, dessert-filled pop-up shop taking place at 3001 Gaston Ave. from 10am to 3 pm. Decadent treats will be offered by Bark Chocolate, Dallas Caramel Company, Miss Naughty Brownie, and Sucre Sucre by LuciaVal’s Cheesecakes. Proceeds will go to the companies’ charities of choice.

 

Elegant Spring Dinner: The Lovers Ln. location of Central Market invites you to try your hand at spring recipes like artichoke and butter lettuce salad with tarragon vinaigrette; rack of lamb; strawberry lemon tartlets and more.

 

Jester King Beer Breakfast: Meddlesome Moth joins up with brewery founder Jeff Stuffings for a four-course, five-beer breakfast that promises to be as unique as this idea sounds.

 

News:

Kessler Park Eating House: A new restaurant has joined the ranks in North Oak Cliff. Feast your eyes on their Facebook page, which is filled with close ups of their various menu items. It’s all brought to you by the owners of Jonathon’s Oak Cliff.

 

Primo’s: The Tex-Mex joint has relocated from Uptown to the Design District and is open now.

 

Sushi Bayashi: Those looking for a new sushi spot in Trinity Groves are in luck. The former chef at Kenichi has opened the restaurant’s doors for lunch and dinner.

 

Image via ZaLat Pizza Facebook Page