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A Day In Preston Center

This blog is about exploring different areas of Dallas to help you get your three square meals a day.

Yolk

Get your day started in preston center with Yolk for breakfast. This Chicago- based bunch spot is the perfect place to grab breakfast. The menu is filled with everything from omelets to crepes. Some of their fan favorites include chicken ’n’ waffles,

The South Beach $11

cheesy egg sandwich, and red velvet french toast. Sam Higgins loves to eat breakfast here because she can either eat healthy or go all out.

“I love the South Beach when I’m trying to be healthier but any of their pancakes are also amazing,” said Higgins.

True Food Kitchen

For lunch head over to True Food Kitchen. Located just on the other side of Preston from Yolk, True Food Kitchen is a local favorite. This Phenix based restaurant is where healthy food

Ancient Grains Bowl $14

meets good tasting food. The menu ranches from kale salads to bison burgers. Mackenzie Harper loves coming here because she feels like she is eating healthy.

“My favorite is the ancient grains bowl. I probably get it at least once a week,” said Harper.

R+D Kitchen

End the Day at R+D Kitchen for a great dinner. This Hillstone Group restaurant is always a good choice when you

Spicy Tuna “Osaka Syle” $17

need a good meal. The menu ranges from sushi to Spaghetti. Their burger is a favorite among many. However, Amanda

Rule loves their sushi.

“I honestly think they have the best sushi in Dallas. It’s always amazing,” said Rule.

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A Day on Knox-Henderson

This blog is about exploring different areas of Dallas to help you get your three square meals a day.

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Kozy

This casual knox-Henderson restaurant is a great way to start the day. Kozy is known for their grass-fed meat, wild seafood, homemade breads, and gluten free options. The menu is filled with fresh, local ingredients. They offer everything from breakfast scrambles to pancakes. Maddy levitt love the “B” breakfast. It’s 2 eggs any way,1 pancake, 1 french toast, and maple glazed sausage.

“It’s a combindation of everything I like! The sausage is unreal” said Levitt

Highland Park Soda Fountain

Highland Park Soda Fountain is a knox-Henderson favorite. This 105-year-old soda fountain is a great lunch spot. Grab a seat at the counter and enjoy anything from a grilled cheese to frito pie. They are alos known for their milksahkes and Malts. Gracie singer loves going there when she needs comfort food.

“I love sitting at the counter and getting a grilled cheese and milkshake,” said Singer.

The Porch

The Porch is a great spot to grab dinner on Knox-Henderson. The menu ranges from salads to burgers. This is a great restaurant for a family dinner or a fun night out with friends. Taylor Davis loves sitting out on the patio on a nice day.

“It doesn’t get much better than to sit on the patio with a glass of wine,” said Davis.

Don’t forget to grab a starburst on your way out!


All photos were taken by Madeleine Auffenberg

A Day in Bishop Arts District & Oak Cliff

This blog is about exploring different areas of Dallas to help you get your three square meals a day.

Local Press + Brew

Local Press + Brew

To start your morning off right in bishop arts district, head to Local Press + Brew. Located in north oak cliff, Local Press + Brew is the first juice and coffee parlor in Dallas. All of their products come from local vendors. The shop offers 14 different juices, coffee and espresso, baked goods, and

variations of toast. A customer favorite is the sample juice try and the avocado toast. Bari Kesner loves their specialty drink called the sunrise, which is orange juice with a shot of espresso.

“I was really turned off by the combination at first but it is surprisingly good and refreshing,” said Kesner.

 

The Sunrise from @localpressbrew – orange juice topped with an espresso shot. Surprisingly really good 😋

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C. Senor

C. Señor

For lunch in Bishop Arts District, head to C. Senor for a Cuban sandwich. This tiny walk-up shack might not catch your eye but it will definitely catch your taste buds. It’s a great place to stop and refuel while shopping around. Although they have a few other Cuban-inspired dishes on their menu, their Cuban

Cuban Sandwich with yucca fries

sandwich has become known all over Dallas. Pair your Cuban sandwich with a side of Yucca fires for the perfect commination. Sofie Rossell loves coming here to get a sandwich.

“I’m from Miami and this is one of the best Cuban sandwiches I’ve found outside of Miami,” said Rossell.

Boulevardier

Boulevardier

Your next stop in Bishop Art’s district should be Boulevardier. Although this French Bistro is known for their brunch, their dinner is no disappointment. The restaurant has crafted cocktails and an extensive wine list.

A Bar N Ranch Texas Wagyu Steak Frites

The dishes range from salads to pasta to steak. Mackenzie Harper loves coming to dinner here when the weather is nice.

“Their patio is a great to come have a glass of wine and a great meal,” said Harper.

 

 

 

All Pictures photographed by Madeleine Auffenberg

A Day in Highland Park Village

Dallas foodThis blog is about exploring different areas of Dallas to help you get your three square meals a day.

Highland park village is a great spot in Dallas for a day of shopping and eating. There are so many different options to chose from. To help make your decision a little easier, I decided to highlight three different options for breakfast lunch and dinner.

Royal Blue Grocery

Photographed by Madeleine Auffenberg

Photographed by Madeleine Auffenberg

Your first stop in Highland Park village should be Royal blue Grocery. This Austin-based grocery store opened in Highland Park village in 2015. This is way more than a grocery store. Royal Blue consolidates foods and baked goods from different spots around Dallas. It’s a grocery store, bakery, restaurant,

Royal Blue

Vegetarian Tacos

coffee shop, wine shop, flower store all in one. Their Stumptown Coffee is the perfect thing to get you going in the morning. Mackenzie Harper also loved the TacoDeli tacos they serve in the mornings.

“I wake up craving their breakfast tacos on a regular basis”, said Harper.

They offer five different types of tacos. But get there fast because as soon as they run out, they are out for the day.Royal blue

Bird Bakery

Photographed by Madeleine Auffenberg

Photographed by Madeleine Auffenberg

After a break for shopping, your next stop should be Bird Bakery for lunch. This San Antonio-based bakery is Highland Park village’s newest addition. Although they are known for their baked goods, they also offer a variety of

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Chicken salad protein style

different sandwiches and soups for lunch. They also havean option to make one of the sandwiches protein style, so itcomes on a salad instead of bread. Sofie Rossell loves the protein style option.

 

“I always get the tuna or chicken salad protein style if I’m trying to be more healthy, however I love the artichoke and spinach grilled cheese when I’m looking to treat myself,” said Rossell.

After your lunch, you can grab a sweet treat from their bakery to hold you over until dinner.Bird Bakery

The Honor Bar

Photographed by Madeleine Auffenberg

Photographed by Madeleine Auffenberg

Dinner at The Honor Bar is a great way to end your day in Highland Park village. The Honor Bar is Hillstone Group’s newest restaurant to Dallas. You might have a long wait if you go at their prime dinner hours, but the

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Honor Burger

wait is worth it. They have a variety of appetizers, salads, and entrees. You can’t really go wrong with whatever you

order. This is one of Maddy Levitt’s favorite spots in Dallas.

“Every time I go, I have to get the burger. It’s one of my favorite burgers in Dallas,” said Levitt.

The atmosphere is Honor bar is warm and comfort. The perfect way to in your day in Highland Park Village.The Honor Bar

 

A Lower Greenville Day

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Lower Greenville is a great place to spend all day exploring. While exploring this exciting area, you will need to refuel along the way. Although there are many great restaurants in the area, I decided to highlight three for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Photographed by Madeleine Auffenberg

Photographed by Madeleine Auffenberg

To get your Lower Greenville day started right, head to Toasted Coffee and Kitchen. Located right off Greenville, this restaurant and coffee house is one of Dallas’s new popular spots. It takes the simple concept of toast and adds flare with creative toppings. The toast concept has been appearing in brunch restaurants all over Dallas.What makes toasted different from other restaurants is that they bake all of their bread in-house. Aj Johnson loves all the creative names for the different kinds of toast. “My favorites are the ‘Honey I’m Home’ toast and the ‘Ricotta Be Kidding’ toast,” said Johnson.

Photographed by Madeleine Auffenberg

Photographed by Madeleine Auffenberg

The next stop on your Lower Greenville day should be HG Supply Co. HG makes eating healthy a little more fun. The restaurant’s menu is inspired by the “Paleo Diet” or back-to-basics food, according to D Magazine. Hannah Blake, who follows a gluten free diet, loves all of the options at HG. “They are extremely accommodating to my gluten allergy and also offer a lot of options for me to chose from,” said Blake.

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Photographed by Madeleine Auffenberg

The last spot on your lower Greenville day should be The Blind Butcher. This restaurant is known for it’s charcuterie and cheese boards. It’s has a variety of house made sausages that change throughout the year and some staples. Mariella Norona loves going here with her friends. “They have a great craft beer selection and the plates are the perfect size to share with friends,” said Norona. The Blind Butcher is a great way to end your Lower Greenville day.