We’re not saying Meghan Markle’s workout helped her land an engagement with Prince Harry, but maybe a new studio in Lakewood can give us the 411.
Decades of research by experts show that optimal fat loss requires a “sweet spot” of food and fitness. Late February, Park Cities will have a unique new health-friendly business designed to marry the two.
The scientifically calibrated food and fitness regimen of Utopia Food+Fitness serves up prepared food by local chef Mike Smith, and promises to melt away pounds and inches while only working out 40 minutes a week for six weeks. Open in Plano, Southlake, and Dallas, the Park Cities location will be a fourth for the company.
The new location will tout its new studio at 5509 W. Lovers Lane at noon Feb. 21.
It’s been said that brunch is a Dallasites favorite meal of the day – we’re not arguing.
There is the stuffed brioche french toast at Henry’s Majestic, the croque madame with the jalapeno cream gravy at Bread Winners; and the baked pastries that come gratis with brunch at Al Biernat’s in the Park Cities.
Known for being New York’s oldest falafel restaurant, family-owned Mamoun’s Falafel opens in Uptown this weekend.
The location at 3839 McKinney Ave. is the first outpost in Texas, with most opening slated for Chicago, Atlanta, and California. And good news, the same menu that made this restaurant a cult favorite on the east coast is making its way to Dallas, including falafel, baba ganouj, hummus, and shawarma.
Operating hours are Sunday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., and Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 3 a.m. The Dallas location’s grand opening party will begin at 11 a.m. on Feb. 10.