And Now, a Word From Dallas’ Food and Drink Industry on 2020
We asked chefs, restaurateurs, bar owners, bakers, and other industry insiders about this rollercoaster of a year. Here's what they said.
Designer Tips for Creating a Stunning Holiday Setup, Whether Dining Inside Or Out
Try these designer-approved ideas for a sophisticated yet safe holiday celebration, whether it's a cozy dinner for your household only or a socially distanced outdoor event.
Move Over Eggnog. I Want to Introduce You to Coquito, Puerto Rico’s Holiday Drink.
We all know and love eggnog. Now get to know and quickly love this rum and coconut concoction.
Superb Dallas-Brewed Beers to Sip This Season
It's winter. We want burly ales, oatmeal stouts, and brews that remind us of gingersnaps. Don’t miss these local favorites. Plus, a few ciders.
Where to Order Holiday Meals in Dallas This Year
Honestly, consuming spiral ham whilst wearing sweatpants at home with Christmas Vacation on the TV sounds like a perfect day.
How the Dallas Jewish Community Celebrates Hanukkah in the Time of COVID-19
As Hanukkah begins (December 10–18), observants try to preserve tradition without the usual communal ties and in-person gatherings that are so dear.
The Best Christmas Activities in Dallas During a Very Strange 2020
Strap on your mask or open up your computer for a trip to the North Pole without leaving Dallas-Fort Worth.
10 Seasonal Candles to Get You in the Holiday Spirit
Whether you prefer a scent that evokes warm apple cider, spicy orange cloves, or fresh pine needles, you'll find a new favorite in this roundup of Dallas-made candles.
The Most Underappreciated Pie in Dallas
The Bird Bakery's Elizabeth Chambers shares her grandmother's buttermilk pie recipe.
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Elevate Your Holiday Décor with Locally Sourced Garlands, Stockings, and More
Our favorite ways to create a seasonally-inspired space, from monogrammed silk stockings from Caitlin Wilson to globally-inspired garlands from Dunbar Road.