Restaurant Spotlight: A feast for all senses
Sparians ushers in North Hills’ newest dining experience
by Christie Hadden
Bowling — an American entertainment mainstay — typically conjures up thoughts of bad lighting, bad smells and really bad food. Fortunately, these images now can be erased from your memory.
by Chef Tara Davis
I find spring to be an ideal season for entertaining. And next to the cocktail buffet, afternoon tea is one of my favorite ways to do so. However, unlike planning a cocktail hour with a multitude of savory bites that are sensitive to time and temperature, the components of a traditional afternoon tea are largely enjoyed cold or at room temperature and can be done ahead of time, plated up, and laid out before guests arrive.
Vino or vinho?
Wines from Spain and Portugal are worth checking out
by Craig Heffley and Mic Finger
Heavy, rustic red wine, or spicy, mature red wine. If you’ve experienced anything about the wines of Portugal and Spain, then these tend to be your introductions. Dig a little deeper, though, and you’ll find a wealth of variety in the Iberian Peninsula, including some of the most exciting white wines in the world.