" Elephant 6 would make a great safe word" hahaha! that's awesome.
But seriously though, what makes you a hipster (more than likely) is not based on liking Neutral Milk Hotel's music or not, it's based on if you having heard of NMH (or at least if you're not a hipster, your friends are)....
Chef Tre Wilcox is not only one of the best in the area (Top Chef winner), but he's a really nice guy too! You can ask to see him in action. This is also a great place for a date, plus it has a bar on the second floor known for their craft cocktails.
Few people know that they serve brunch on Saturdays and Sundays and it was really good! We got a small pitcher of their featured brunch cocktails for about $8 (good for 2 people). I definitely recommend it!
I really got a kick out of this post! My favorite idea is "Houses" - lol. D-Magazine and Television sounds like a natural pairing. You don't really need that much depth to get TV ratings, just some pretty images and Most Beautiful Real Estate Agents countdowns haha. I admit that I would watc...
@raysbrain I totally agree!!! For some reason, this comment didn't populate on my screen until after I commented. The beer is great and I had a shot of Jameson with the owners on one visit because they were celebrating their 6-month anniversary.
Those are all some of my favorite antique shops for sure, but have you ever been to M'antiques in Bishop Arts? The best part about it is that the owners always end up giving you pretty much a history lesson each time I've gone in. http://www.yelp.com/biz/dfw-mantiques-dallas-2
The food here is pretty authentic (this from a former Miami resident, where good Cuban food is everywhere). But last time I was there, about 5 months ago, the price charged for each of our meals (three of us went at lunchtime) was $1.00 higher than listed on the menu. One of the sisters was running the cash register and I politely brought the extra $3 to her attention. She was pretty abrupt and said that they had recently raised prices and had not had the chance to update the menu. OK....
Fast forward to today - our office manager (on my past recommendation of this as a great place) went in to buy a dozen pastries, which were listed as 1.09 ea on the menu. She ordered and paid and while she waited for the order to be filled, she checked the bill. She had been charged 1.50 for each, and politely brought it to the attention of the sister at the cash register. Yep, you guessed it, "they had recently raised prices and had not had a chance to update the menu". According to our manager she was pretty matter of fact about it and didn't even make an effort to appear apologetic.
Seriously, in 5 months you haven't had time to update your menu? Or maybe you like to raise the prices for English speakers? Or maybe you just like to charge what you think you can get away with. I don't like being gouged and doubt anyone else does, nor do I care to patronize a place where I am taken advantage of. Either way, I am not going back nor am I recommending it to anyone again. People should know about their practices.