After one year of serving food in Preston Hollow, Soleo Mexican Kitchen on Northwest Highway and Hillcrest is closed. Dallas Observer reports that owners say business was simply too slow, and that “the well-established El Fenix located just around the corner probably didn’t help matters.” Owners Maria and Roberto Velasquez say that the ten taquerias around Dallas that they own, each named El Paisa, are still open.
Through Sunday, March 9, Hopdoddy Burger in Preston Center is offering two off the menu specials: The Thunderbird Burger, which includes a chicken patty, green chiles, house made cilantro pesto, Tillamook pepperjack cheese, salsa verde, pico de gallo, chipotle mayo, shredded lettuce, tortilla strips, and a free-range fried egg, and the La Paloma cocktail, which consists of tequila, grapefruit soda from fresh grapefruit and lime juices, raw sugar, and club soda.
Bread Winners Cafe in Inwood Village will be hosting wine and paint parties every Thursday from 6-9 p.m. starting March 13. Classes are $35 and reservations must be made in advance here. Plus, if you aren’t a wine lover, martinis at Bread Winners are 50% off, so either way you can enjoy some beverages and bites while you paint a masterpiece to take home.
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