All posts by Patrick Earvolino
Velvety veal a la normande in Castroville, juicy Southern fried chicken near Woodville: A smorgasbord of eateries with the bite stuff.
A creamy quiche of spinach, cheese, and mushrooms in Comfort, smashingly good smashed turnips in Granbury: These and other delicious dishes at ten extraordinary eateries.
Being owned by a corporate giant may not be ideal, but as small Texas breweries like Celis and Spoetzl are learning, it could be the only way to survive.
To survive at a time of heady demand for craft brews, the mid-sized Spoetzel and Celis breweries have partnered with major corporations. Still, they’re keeping their local flavor.
In its first year, Dallas’ pro soccer team has more than met its goals.
A Dallas soccer team burns up the competition.
HANKERING FOR HONEY-ROASTED PIGEON? How about Vietnamese fajitas? With offerings ranging from the frighteningly authentic to the infinitely accessible, Kim Son has paced the Vietnamese food explosion in Houston. Owned and managed by war refugees Tri M. La and family, Kim Son has grown from a hole in a graffitied wall, opened in a dicey […]