Cashew cream. Tempeh. Nutritional yeast. Rice milk. Maybe not together. But if there’s anyone with the cooking chops to make people crave these obscure ingredients, it’s vegan chef Chloe Coscarelli. A celebrity in the kale community, culinary school grad Coscarelli has a resume including a butter, milk and egg-free ginger-nutmeg cupcake that won the TV show… Read More by CHLOE, vegan food for all
Dallas has one of the best food scenes in the country, and the Lower Greenville urban pocket is one of the most diverse and tightly populated restaurant hoods. Whether it’s French pastries or Indian curries or the best craft beer in Texas you’re searching for, it’s probably hanging out on this street. Sundown at Granada Give me a… Read More Dallas: Lower Greenville
Sometimes all you need is a beer, but you don’t know you also need cured meat. Enter the Blind Butcher on Lower Greenville. The first thing I notice when I walk into the dimly lit urban-grunge tavern is the black-and-white hexagon tile floor. The bar has a marble countertop, and the tap handles are all a smooth… Read More Me, the Blind Butcher and the baguette
Tucked along Greenville Avenue in Dallas is a humble abode with colorful facade of faded blue, white and red paint and curlicue-lettered windows. There’s a sign towering above it that reads, in all capital letters, “Kostas Cafe.” Inside, the dining room is cozy and warmly lit. The walls are covered in memorabilia and artwork from Greece. The… Read More At the Chef’s Table at Kostas Cafe
There’s a little place in my neighborhood where the people go to eat grass-fed steak with olive-oil fried french fries and giant slices of gluten-free cake. It’s called the Company Cafe. I ate breakfast, lunch and dinner at this place so I could write a well-rounded review. It’s a hard life.
Unwind at the end of a busy week – or day – at Cafe Madrid, where the food is authentic and the atmosphere is charming. Take a seat out on the airy patio and order yourself some chorizo.
The menu at Chicken Scratch in Oak Cliff basically revolves around one brilliantly simple concept: chicken, with an emphasis on fried.