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Winner, winner, try Bread Winners Cafe for dinner

Winner, winner, how about trying Bread Winners Cafe & Bakery for dinner?

We all know and love Bread Winners for brunch, but did you know they also bring their A-game at night?

Chef Adam Kovac has crafted a new Fall menu that will leave you dining happily on their patio before the weather turns too cold. Have a thing for wings? Check out the crispy Salt & Pepper Chicken Wings, served with a Thai Sticky Sauce that will make you forget about plain old ranch dressing. The Caramelized Onion Dip with house-made BBQ-spiced potato chips are a crowd favorite from Henry's Majestic that they've brought into Bread Winners for your enjoyment and snacking.
But, save room because they have entrees aplenty for the choosing, ripe with rich fall flavor. The Duroc Bone In Pork Chop is massive and comes topped with their house BBQ sauce and fried onions. The Green Chile Mac and Cheese it's served with is worth coming in for alone. I foresee a to-go order of that stuff in my near futu…

Revisiting a Dallas classic: Chamberlain's Steak & Chop House

Chamberlain's Steak & Chop House and Chamberlain's Fish Market Grill have been Dallas dining institutions for decades. The Chop House opened in 1993 and the Fish Market Grill followed 8 years later. Chef Richard Chamberlain's obvious culinary expertise is beautifully complemented by his friendly, down-to-earth nature. If you're wondering where you've heard of him before, Chef Chamberlain attended the culinary arts program at El Centro College here in Dallas, before landing a gig as Sous Chef under Dean Fearing at The Mansion on Turtle Creek. He also perfected his art at Sfuzzi's, LA's Hotel Bel-Air, and the Little Nell Hotel in Aspen, Colorado, among many others. He's received nods from Gourmet, Wine Spectator, The James Beard Foundation and the Zagat Guide. All of these years of experience melded together to create what we all know and love now as Chamberlain's Steak & Chop House and Fish Market Grill.

He and the team at from both restauran…

Whiskey Cake happy hour bites and sips

Let's talk HAPPY HOUR, y'all!

Plano Favorite Whiskey Cake (Have you HAD that Whiskey Cake though?) has HH Monday-Friday from 3-6pm and 9-11pm, with select discounted bar bites, and $2 off draft beer and menu cocktails.

Bar bite specials include:

($3) Thai Pork Belly Slider with a bangin' chili sauce, served on a challah bun.
($5) Short Rib Poutine topped with beef pan jus, local goat cheese, sunny side up egg.
($5) Farm Toast with locally inspired toppings.
($5) Dips and Spreads Trio- edamame hummus, house onion dip, plus pimento cheese spread (with smoked salmon). Served with house made kettle chips.

Shown below is the Classy Lassie (regularly $11), with honey & lavender infused Bushmill's Irish whiskey, Giffard apricot liqueur, lemon, egg white, and sparkling wine. Don't miss it.