From Our Editors
First, a stop at Rush Patisserie for flaky, buttery croissants, then off to Holy Ravioli for arrabiata sauce and freshly made spaghetti. At La Duni, small-batch apple pastries await, stuffed with caramelized apples and streusel, and at Hirsch's Specialty Meats, there's beef brisket ready for roasting.
With Dallas's butchers, chocolatiers, beekeepers, fishmongers, and other merchants, there's plenty of fresh, local food to be found—but driving around to pick it all up can be exhausting. Fortunately, Artizone's staff of locavores wants to make the process easier. After customers shop online to make their grocery lists from Artizone's sizeable group of artisans, they'll pick everything up and drop it all off at customers homes or not-so-secret underground lairs.