Category Archives: Dallas, TX

June 17

Texas Breweries Begin Selling Alcohol To Go

Dallas News Robert Garrett Governor Greg Abbott signed House Bill 1545 that makes alcohol to go from breweries lawful in the state of Texas. Prior to the bill being signed, only brewpubs were the only places that could allow alcohol to be consumed and sold on the premises. Starting September 1st, 2019, breweries throughout Texas […]

May 16

New Orleans-based coffee chain coming to San Antonio

My SA Madison Iszler PJ’s Coffee of New Orleans plans to open 180 new shops in Texas over the next decade. The bulk of the chain’s new franchise stores will be concentrated in the state’s largest cities, with 40 locations in San Antonio, 60 in Houston, 25 in Austin and 55 in Dallas-Fort Worth, according […]

February 20

Mexican Restaurant Bartender Receives Racist “Tip” From Customer

Fox News Janine Puhak A West Texas bartender in a Mexican restaurant was discriminated against when a customer wrote a nasty note on the receipt. Hehsus Baeza, an employee at Tkilaz Mexican Restaurant Bar and Grill, collected a check upon the customer’s leaving when he discovered a note on the receipt. At the bottom read: […]

December 21

States Increase Limit On Alcohol Sales For the Holidays

Fortune Chris Morris It’s not uncommon at all if someone wants a drink or two during the holidays, and with just a few days left until Christmas, there is no doubt that alcohol for the adults while kids run around and open presents hasn’t crossed your mind. But it would be in our best interest […]

December 16

A French Bartender’s Take on Cognac

Vinepair Emily Saladino Despite the 6.4 million cases of Cognac imported to America in 2017, some have a hard time with the specialty drink as it pertains to consumption, occasion, and pairing. But it’s nothing to worry about in this instance because French bartender Germain Canto from (of all places) Cognac, France was involved in […]

December 15

Miller Lite Offering Free Rides For New Year’s Eve

On Milwaukee News Bobby Tanzilo So if you or a friend just so happen to be in Milwaukee for celebrating the New Year, Miller Lite will be providing locals with something special… and no it is not free drinks. For their 31st year in a row, Miller Lite will be providing people with free transit […]

December 14

PepsiCo Welcomes Bubly Fountain

CSP Daily News Alaina Lancaster Step aside, Lacroix! There is a new sparkling water in town! PepsiCo came out with a new production of calorie-free sparkling water earlier this year known as Bubly. They were first introduced to the public through two commercial ads that played during the Oscars. It was said to be making […]

December 14

Dallas Nightclub Found Negligent In Dallas Cowboys Player’s Death

Cision News Aldous/Walker LLP Beamers Nightclub was found guilty just hours ago for negligence in a wrongful death lawsuit. The club, along with the VIP section of it called the Private Club, and other parties were found responsible for having served too many drinks to Dallas Cowboys football players Josh Brent and Jerry Brown. Jerry […]

December 12

Chocolate Milk Coming Back To Public Schools

Fatherly News Amanda Tarlton So, remember when Obama was in office and his wonderful First Lady wanted to advocate for the fight against childhood obesity? Remember when some of your favorite lunch items were knocked off the school menu? Some of you may have noticed that chocolate milk was one of them. Now, according to […]

December 11

Coca-Cola Taking It Slow With Business Deals In The Coming New Year

CNBC Amelia Lucas Coca-Cola Company has made a pretty good handful of deals this 2018, but CEO James Qunicey is not so sure that he can match those numbers for next year. Quincey recently had an interview with CNBC’s Sara Eisen and spoke on not pushing his luck too far and paying attention to deals […]