Restaurant talk: Cider, potatoes, smorgasbord


The grand opening of Bishop Cider Co. Saturday.Photo via facebook

The grand opening of Bishop Cider Co. drew about 2,000 people. The owners say they ran through almost 100 kegs of cider during the seven-hour event.

Central Track reviewed Potato Flats, the new concept from Phil Romano in Trinity Groves. The review is not great. And can someone please tell me: Are those mini marshmallows on that potato?

Zoli’s NY Pizza now offers a $35 smorgasbord, which includes four slices of New York-style pizza, two slices of Sicilian-style pizza, one grandma slice, three garlic knots, three soppressata knots and zucchini fries.

By |2014-07-21T09:37:06-05:00July 21st, 2014|Dining|1 Comment

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  1. […] hot spots and fancy cocktails. We have top notch barbecue, a Cuban sandwich stand and the only cidery in North Texas. Two craft breweries are in the works. Lots of trendy eating and drinking places, […]

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