E-News Weekly 10-09-19: What To Do This Week, OU Club of Dallas Hosts Beat Texas Weekend!, Texas...
Pumpkin spice flan, a Rocky Horror Picture Show party, a thrilling new movie and a vibrant artist market will make this weekend one to remember! Celebrate fall and the cooler weather (finally!) by getting out of the house and exploring all the wonderful things the North Dallas Corridor has to offer. Read more about it in this guide of 9 Things To Do This Week! Head to Village on the Parkway this week for plenty of happy hour specials! Wind down this weekend…
Texas de Brazil celebrates 20 years of amazing food
Jorge Russomano, manager of Texas de Brazil, shows off the restaurants succulent selection of meats in honor of their 20th anniversary in Chicago.
Texas de Brazil Turns 20 (And Rolls Back Prices to Celebrate!)
Carnivores' delight, the largest authentic churrasco brand in the world, Texas de Brazil turns 20! And they are throwing a party!
6 Things You Need To Know Before Visiting Texas de Brazil
There are 6 things you need to know before visiting Texas de Brazil -- plus, enter to win 1 of 8 $100 gift cards! #TdbToasts20Add #TexasdeBrazil
Restaurant Week, Top 100 Best Buys and Upcoming Tasting Events
On Friday night, Oct 24th, you can find us at the NY Wine & Culinary Center in Canandaigua for their annual NY on Tap event featuring local breweries and delicious food pairings where attendees sample beer from around the region and vote for their favorite. We'll be pouring our fall seasonal, Coffee Porter and more Saturday, Oct 25th, marks the 3rd annual Ithaca Oktoberfest where we will be debuting our newest addition to the Brewer's Artist Series, Hop Tropic! This IPA will help…
Authorities stop attempt to move more than 20 pounds of cocaine from California to Richmond
An attempt to send about 20 pounds of cocaine from California to Richmond fell apart when an informant was stopped in a rental car in Amarillo, Texas, on Aug. 7.
Secret Napa Cab Special/Upcoming Tastings
Well, it’s Christmas Eve Eve and I’m at work on a Sunday no less. Well, woe is me, but if I’m here let's have some fun Today and tomorrow (or until it runs out) I am putting on a super-sale for a Napa Valley Cabernet. Unfortunately, I cannot mention the name, long story, yada yada. What I can tell you is that it is sourced from a patchwork of vineyards across Napa Valley, and it starts with a letter that is very valuable…
Bugs: That’s What’s For Dinner at Morris Arboretum’s Upcoming Tasting
Consider yourself an adventurous eater? Morris Arboretum is taking courageous dining to a whole new level with their upcoming bug tasting.
Richmond event to guide residents toward home ownership
Owning a home may appear impossible in the Bay Area, but an event in Richmond on Saturday, May 20 aims to prove otherwise In honor of National Housing Month, the Richmond Neighborhood Housing Services (RNHS) is set to host a free event from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Kennedy High, 4300 Cutting Blvd., where local residents will be guided on steps they can take and resources they can utilize toward the goal of home ownership. “Far too many residents are not aware…
Richmond Times Dispatch
Mark Your Calendars: Eat Your Way Through LOT 579 + Bite Into Our Upcoming Social Hours
The Taste of Lot 579 Will Be Serving Up Everything From Spaghetti Grilled Cheese to Rosé Champagne
Changing trends on restaurant menus: What’s in, out, and upcoming in Boston menus?
Fashion is fickle. Tastes change. This is as true for food as it is for couture. In restaurants, tuna tartare gives way to house-made charcuterie, Italian flavors to Southern, then Asian, ones. Yesterday’s risotto is replaced by today’s grits, served with shrimp, tongue, fried oysters, and more — at least until grains like freekeh (roasted wheat) and quinoa begin to encroach. What’s in, out, and upcoming on Boston menus right now? Let’s take a look at some recent trends.
Here's what $250,000 will buy you in 20 neighborhoods in Richmond
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Why, Richmond, Why?!? Graffiti vandalism 'heartbreaking' to nonprofit
This week, we revisit the topic of graffiti. It doesn’t matter if you like it or not, someone ends up being the victim left with the bill to clean it
Why Everyone is Moving to Short Pump
10 Best Restaurants in Richmond for Every Taste and Occasion
With Richmond's long history and diverse population, you can find a variety of new restaurants, holes in the walls and tried and true favorites. We help navigate through all the choices and bring you the ten best restaurants in Richmond.
Discover Upcoming Renaissance Events
Healthy Breakfast at Goja Rooftop is a serious matter, because it is a moment of relax for both the mind and the body where you can enjoy all the taste and aroma of Mediterranean food. We care about your health so we bring you fresh ingredients from local producers with a varied buffet including fruits and vegetables, cereals, yogurt, Iberian cured meats and cheeses from different regions. In addition you can enjoy a number of hot à la carte dishes such as Avocado…
Get Cinco de Mayo Ready With This Michelada Recipe + Learn How to Burn Calories While You Watch...
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo With an Ice-Cold Michelada at Red O Taste of Mexico
Financial services company picks Richmond for office, initially adding 100 jobs
ICMA-RC, which manages and administers retirement plans for public sector employers and employees, is opening an office in downtown Richmond.
State police pay could surge to top of region, leaving Richmond at bottom
A proposal favored by General Assembly budget leaders could boost Virginia State Police from one of the lowest-paid law enforcement agencies in the region to the highest.