A special report on Top 50 Hot Sellers included Bruegger’s Bagels for its innovative menu items that go beyond breakfast, such as the Pastrami and Swiss Melt on rye.
D’s Side Dish blog included both Pollo Tropical and Taco Cabana in its weekly round-up of its favorite local Instagrams that identify hot restaurants and food trends in Dallas.
September is Baby Safety Month and KXAN/Studio 512 featured The Owlet smart sock that monitors baby’s heart rate and breathing, providing parents with peace of mind.
USA Today featured an infographic based on Van’s recent survey of 1,000 moms for its back to school campaign. It says moms prioritize serving breakfast over “me” time!
Epidemia Designs founder Lizzie Cochran’s new line of activewear was featured in D Magazine, which noted the mission-based company raises money to help women in STEM.
Addie Broyles broadcast her desk-side tasting of Austin’s Pizza on Periscope. The company recently launched its frozen version of the classic Austin delivery chain’s beloved pies in grocery stores throughout the state.
“Good Morning Texas” featured Dallas yoga instructor Britt Rainwater, who gave a preview of Pei Wei’s International Yoga Day event in Klyde Warren Park. More than 400 people attended the lifestyle-driven event, which included sampling of new menu items including quinoa.
Tredagain Shoes, a high-quality, durable and fashionable line of men’s and women’s footwear made with upcycled scrap tires, were highlighted in Austin Fit Magazine’s ‘New to Austin’ feataure.
Eraclea’s Daily Bamboo Exfoliant is included in a special feature in Outfront on men’s winter skincare.
On Wednesday, Feb. 17, Taco Cabana will give away more than 50,000 breakfast tacos across the state of Texas. Taco Cabana employees will be positioned all around Dallas and in parts of Fort Worth from 7 to 10 a.m. on Feb. 17 offering “random acts of tacos.”
GuideLive highlights Salata’s “Fresh First” clean ingredients mission as one of the reasons Salata is a top destination for salads in DFW
P.F. Chang’s is making it easier to enjoy eating out while maintaining a resolution to eat healthier with a new menu category: Delight Dishes. P.F. Chang’s Delightful Dishes menu offers 4 made-from-scratch, wok-fired entrees each under 600 calories and all bursting with flavor. Options include Hong Kong style Sea Bass, Vegetable Lo Mein, Ginger Chicken with Broccoli and Shrimp with Lobster Sauce.
BurgerBusiness.com and TheDailyMeal.com hailed Bruegger’s Bagels’ new Brisket Breakfast sandwich as “something interesting that will make competitors take note” adding “that’s a lot of on-trend foods and flavors there that I don’t see elsewhere.”
CultureMap Austin included Stubb’s in an article about 17 things that make Austinites very proud. The article touts Stubb’s as one of Austin’s most beloved homegrown brands.
QSR Magazine announced Newk’s Eatery’s most recent development agreement – a 10-location deal that will expand the chain westward to Denver and its southeast suburbs.
Skinny Mom featured Van’s in a Gluten-free pasta recipe for a perfect kid-friendly, mom-approved food to whip together into an amazing chicken sausage dinner. “When your family asks for seconds, you will feel confident knowing that you’re feeding them good, wholesome ingredients.” – Skinny Mom
Pollo Tropical is offering catering services in addition to dine in, carryout, and drive through services.
Baublerella’s Bling Brush was featured on Bobbie’s Buzz as the perfect travel companion to keep you stylish and stress free. Bobbie even said she’s “obsessed” with it!
Taco Cabana stopped by the “I love tacos so much” wall to show their appreciation for the artwork.
Autumn Leaves launched its Caregiver Relief program to support family caregivers during the busy holiday season. The program offered caregivers the opportunity to take advantage of complimentary respite care through Dec. 31
Baublerella’s Bling Brush, an on-the-go natural jewelry cleaner, was featured in the “Want. Need. Love.” section of BRIDES December 2015/January 2016 issue.
Publication: Dallas News GuideLive
Does Black Friday shopping sound like hell? How about skipping the lines, crowds and other insanity and instead taking a yoga class in a baking, 133-degree Himalayan Salt Room at Spa Castle instead?
Need a yummy slow cooker pulled pork recipe? Check out this Slow Cooker Apple Pulled Pork by Skinny Mom featuring Stubb’s Original Bar-B-Q.
Main Event, the Dallas-based entertainment center, is opening its first Florida location at Pointe Orlando along International Drive.
Austin Footwear Labs, a new high-tech, environmentally conscious company, has launched a line of sandals with outsoles made out of upcycled scrap tires. The series of flip-flops feature APX, a patented virgin-rubber substitute developed and produced by sister company Austin Rubber and said to be as durable as new rubber.
SPM Communications has been named PR agency of record for Colorado-based Boulder Organic Foods, makers of Boulder Organic certified organic, gluten-free and non-GMO verified soups.
As the country dons pink ribbons to promote breast cancer awareness this month, one Dallas-based foundation is seeking to serve the women beyond the disease. The Alliance in Reconstructive Surgery Foundation, a nonprofit group founded in Dallas, helps women who have had one or both breasts removed pay for reconstructive surgery.
SPM Communications has been named PR agency of record for Austin Footwear Labs, a new shoe company that upcycles scrap tires into high-quality sandals and other products. The agency will serve the account from its Austin office, which opens Nov. 2. To read more, click here.
Men’s Journal named Stubb’s Wicked Habanero Pepper Wing Sauce as one of the six best buffalo wing sauces.
In a creative twist, Van’s new Coca Sensation and Blissfully Berry cereals were featured on Huffington Post in an ice cream cone recipe originally created by Spoon University.
DALLAS NEWS GUIDELIVE: POLLO TROPICAL, THE CARRIBEAN SISTER OF TACO CABANA, COULD BE TEXAS’ NEXT CULT FAVE IN COUNTER SERVICE
Pollo Tropical opened its first Dallas-proper location on Greenville Avenue on Oct. 2.