Unfortunately, the rapidly-changing situation with COVID-19 coronavirus has impacted our plans. The health and safety of our employees, customers and communities is a top priority, and we fully understand and support the mandates from our local, state and government officials to suspend in-restaurant dining in order to minimize the spread of the virus. This is a challenging time for the restaurant industry and we will continue to evolve our strategy as needed for the safety and well-being of everyone.
We are currently working with several local non-profits to offer support and volunteers but ask that any organization or person within our community who is at the highest risk or in need of non-financial assistance to reach out to them via email at email@example.com or phone at 972-859-0231
With award-winning chef Bruno Davaillon at the helm serving contemporary French dishes like moules frites and croque monsieur, Bullion is the perfect place for an elegant business lunch or celebratory Friday afternoon — you know, the kind where you don’t go back to the office afterwards.
The Dallas food community is joining forces for this dinner on May 20 at Petra and the Beast, to benefit Will Salisbury, a sous chef at Bullion who is being treated for lymphoma, and to set up a healthcare fund for food workers.
“Didn’t Mom tell you? Brunch is the most important meal of the day! Treat her right with Mother’s Day Brunch at Bullion from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, May 12. Special features from Michelin-Star-awarded Chef/Owner Bruno Davaillon include French twists on brunch staples for the whole family.
Bullion: This highly acclaimed downtown restaurant will feature dishes from six prominent chefs from around the country. The six-course dinner on June 2 will feature notable guest chefs including Bruno Davaillon, Ricardo “Ricchi” Sanchez, Mathew Peters, Gavin Kaysen, Nancy Silverton, and Junior Borges…
After weeks of celebrating the best restaurants, bars, chefs, and more in our 2019 CultureMap Tastemaker Awards, the winners are in.We dedicated a special editorial series to honoring nominees in a more than a dozen categories. A panel of expert judges helped select all of the winners, except for Best New Restaurant. That was determined by you, our readers, in a bracket-style tournament.
After weeks of celebrating the best restaurants, bars, chefs, and more in our 2019 CultureMap Tastemaker Awards, the winners are in. We dedicated a special editorial series to honoring nominees in a more than a dozen categories. A panel of expert judges helped select all of the winners, except for Best New Restaurant. That was determined by you, our readers, in a bracket-style tournament. On April 25, the winners were revealed at an awards ceremony and tasting event at Fashion Industry Gallery, emceed by award-winning chef Dean Fearing.
From a very special Québec-inspired secret menu to an exciting libation partnership that benefits children in third world countries, there’s a laundry list of reasons to dine out this week.
The annual 2019 CultureMap Tastemaker Awards celebrates the best in Dallas-Fort Worth food and drink, spotlighting bars and bartenders, restaurants and chefs. Chefs are the biggest factor in the personality of any restaurant. They’re often the reason people come to a restaurant in the first place. The best ones combine skill, dedication, and creativity…
In less than a week, Fashion Industry Gallery will transform into a foodie destination for CultureMap’s annual Tastemaker Awards. Our biggest party of the year will be filled with top Dallas and Fort Worth culinary talent for a swanky tasting event and awards ceremony announcing the 2019 Tastemaker winners.