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The atmosphere is exactly what you’d expect at a “saloon extraordinaire.” Loud. Fun. Walls brimming with rifles. A community table with an ax in it. And a beautifully crafted bar where plenty of Dallas social climbers were firmly planted. Plus, there were plenty of fancy drinks among the expected whiskey options at Billy Can Can in downtown Dallas.
But, we weren’t there for anything but the food. And, they delivered.
Stellar service and sous chef Carolyn Treadwell locked down an rootin’ tootin’ good time, I tell you what.
– Roasted Snapper and Gumbo
– NY Strip Streak
– Lamb Duo
– Duck Pappardelle
– Scallops and Grits
Let’s not forget the apps …
The venison tartare alone is enough to get your ass down there. Seriously. Now, stop staring and go make a reservation.
They serve dinner Sunday – Thursday from 5 to 10 p.m. and Friday – Saturday from 5 to 11 p.m.
Call 214-296-2610 or write to email@example.com
2386 Victory Park Lane
Dallas, Texas 75219
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If you’re anything like me, things are a little nuts right now. It’s the busiest time of the year. Fourth quarter craziness at work. Family, friends, holiday shopping (online or in person), and food preparations have you running non-stop.
So, why not have an impromptu holiday happy hour and volunteer to bring the food!?!?
Because that’s what I did!
Insane? Maybe. Fun? Of course, it was. And, here’s how I survived.
First, don’t cook. That’s right. I said it. You can still put together some elegant snacks without spending hours on end in the kitchen and then trying to figure out how to transfer everything. Plus, you even get to take a shower and get ready!
Smoked Salmon Stuffed Tomatoes with Chive Cream Cheese
1 package of plump cherry tomatoes
1 package of cream cheese
3 TBS chives, chopped
1/2 package of smoked salmon, chopped
2 TBS capers
Slice 1/8 off the vine end and 1/16 off the opposite end of each tomato. Using a paring knife, carefully hollow each tomato from the wider vine end without piercing the bottom.
Soften the cream cheese and mix with the chives. Set aside.
Fill the hollowed tomatoes with smoked salmon, add a few capers, then pipe the chive cream cheese over the top to cover.
Tasty Trio on a Toothpick
1 wedge of Manchego cheese
1 package of Prosciutto di Parma
1 small jar of pitted Castelvetrano Italian olives
Cut Manchego in 1/2 inch bars. Slice prosciutto into 1/2 inch slices and roll up. Remove olives from the brine.
Assemble with the cheese on the bottom, prosciutto in the middle and olive on top, and secure with a toothpick.
Congratulations! You’re a hero! And, if you’re feeling like an overachiever, make some deviled eggs and top with fresh dill and bacon.
Most importantly, have fun at your holiday happy hour!!