Be sure to head out to the Bishop Arts District anytime between Thursday, and Saturday this week (12-2, 12-4) for the annual Jingle Bells on Bishop events. Santa will be onhand, along with window displays, and more for the 3 days event. More to come!
Archive for November, 2010
It is estimated that 1 out of every 3 bites of food on your plate at dinner can be directly or indirectly attributed to the pollination of a honey bee, and so it should cause great concern to anyone who loves food to learn that 35% of American bee colonies have died since 2007. Bolsa, [...]
No sooner than we finish cleaning up from one party is it time to start planning the next! Jingle Bells on Bishop is a long standing tradition in the Bishop Arts District, and this year, Go Oak Cliff is pleased to partner with the Bishop Arts District Merchants Association in creating a fun, day-long festival [...]
Registration for both Cliff Fest and the Chili Cook-Off has taken off at a record pace this week! We still have room for more chili contestants… if you think you’ve got what it takes, that is! Our entries range from professional chefs like Dan Landsberg of Tillman’s Roadhouse and Matt Spillers of Eno’s, to Hampton [...]
So Proposition 1 and 2 passed easily in the election last night, which means that without a legal challenge grocery stores and convenience stores will have the ability to sell beer and wine and restaurants won’t have to operate as private clubs when serving alcohol. And yet despite the overwhelming public support, Andy Siegel, sounding [...]
Cooking competitions appear to be a hit here in Oak Cliff, and after ample prodding from Go Oak Cliff board member (and trash-talker) Matt Spillers, we’re hosting the ultimate neighborhood chili cook-off! Chefs and novices alike are welcome to join in on the fun. The competition will be held in conjunction with Cliff Fest, which [...]
The sold out Bishop Arts Big Table was held last night and was blessed with amazing weather, excellent food, and a festive and friendly crowd of 100 diners who got to experience the first Big Table event. The event helped to raise money and awareness for the The Well Community, an Oak Cliff non-profit serving [...]