Posts Tagged ‘restaurants’

Food Delivery Startup Peach to Begin Serving Dallas

Posted by Lance Murray

Seattle-based food delivery startup Peach has announced that it will expand its service to Dallas next week. 

The move comes as Peach said it has been profitable in all three of its markets — Seattle, San Diego, and Boston — …

Skrible Startup Seeks Restaurants to Beta Test Analytics Tool

Posted by Lance Murray

Restaurant data analytics startup Skrible is looking for a few good eateries to beta test its product.

Anthony Ball, CEO and co-founder of Skrible told Dallas Innovates that the startup will be releasing its beta product on Oct. 1.

“Beta …

Should Phone Charging be on a Restaurant’s Menu?

Posted by Lance Murray

If you have a fear of being without your mobile device, you may have a condition known as nomophobia.

Yes, there’s a name for it.

And, Nancy Nichols of D Magazine ponders the — obviously so not age-old — question …

Uber Data Reveals Top Restaurants For Ride Share Users

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

When someone wants to impress a date, they go for the uberBLACK or uberSELECT rides to Nick and Sam’s in Dallas.

That’s the top date-night spot for Uber’s premium rideshare product, The Dallas Business Journal reported. Uber recently released six

Dallas Vegan Scene Serves Up Creativity

Posted by Courtney Garza

REMOVING MEAT FROM THE TABLE DOESN’T STIFLE FOOD CREATIVITY


veganvoice-iconOfficially moving to Dallas last year after graduating from the University of North Texas in Denton was exciting, because I wanted to live in the city and explore the vegan scene. …

Atmos Energy Puts the Flame in DFW Airport Eateries

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

The open flame has revolutionized restaurant kitchens at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport terminals, allowing The Salt Lick Bar-B-Que and Ling & Louie’s Asian Bar & Grill, among others, to open up.

DFW Airport wanted higher-end restaurants in its terminals …

The Restaurant That Never Stays the Same

Posted by Tara Nieuwesteeg

It’s an often-touted statistic that Dallas has more restaurants per capita than New York City—so it makes sense that Dallas foodies are a fickle, easily distracted lot.

“When I talked to people I asked, ‘What keeps you from going back …