Their French grandmère instilled a love for food and drink in Brooks and Bradley Anderson at a young age, but the brothers’ culinary passions really blossomed when they studied in France. Their time in Paris spurred further travels throughout Europe, the U.S., and Central and Latin America. When the two finally settled in Dallas, they joined forces as attorneys, opening their own firm. But that’s not what earned them multiple accolades from Gayot, Travel+Leisure, and D magazine—it’s their post as owners of Veritas Wine Room.
The selection is extensive—350 constantly changing labels of wine with more than 20 available by the glass, 31 beers, and dozens of types of cheese and meat stock this self-proclaimed “VinoPub” with enough choices to stump even the most confident life coach. The majority of foods come from Texan purveyors—as do Wiseman House Chocolates—but some travel from as far as Holland, Italy, and France, where the brothers’ journey began.
The Irish Pub in DFW, Trinity Hall has been around since 2001. Designed, built, owned & managed by Irish, you'll sense the friendlieness, great food, the best Pint in town, and the warmth of hospitality found only in an Irish pub. Top beer & whisky collections in Dallas, and the knowledge to guide you to a taste you'll like
Vino 100 teases taste buds with a tempting menu of light Mediterranean appetizers designed to complement their collection of more than 100 wines. The Farmer's Trio dheese plate ($13) brings manchego sheep's-milk, dilled havarti cow's-milk, and soft chevrine goat's-milk cheeses together in a flavor combination as complex as a Rube Goldberg machine that solves rubik's cubes. Scott's Savory Bistro plate sates carnivores with a tantalizing combination of sopprasata italian sausage, double cream brie cheese, aged sharp cheddar, mixed olives, and a fresh-fruit garnish ($16). Though alcohol is not covered in this Groupon, the bistro lines its walls with limited-production and artisan wines, at least 100 of which are under $25 per bottle.