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FreeRange Concepts to Debut a TV Show in September

Kyle Noonan and Josh Sepkowitz of FreeRange Concepts are two very busy dudes. After opening Bowl & Barrel last December and then completing a serious makeover on Sunset Lounge, they debuted dog park/open-air restaurant Mutts in Uptown in June and will soon open The Rustic, a live music venue, bar and restaurant in conjunction with musician Pat Green. Now, buried deep within an interview with the duo on the Dallas Observer's food blog today is the tidbit of news that the FreeRange guys also have a television show in the works. It's called Local Fare and Noonan describes it to City of Ate thusly:

Each episode features three local strangers who aren't affiliated with the restaurant industry. Each person selects their favorite restaurant and the other two try the other two places. And then they all come on the show and review them. Really it's a way to find local neighborhood gems.
Local Fare will air Saturdays at 5 p.m. on local CBS affiliate KTXA 21; catch the first episode on September 7. (Want to be ON the show rather than just watch it? There's a form for that.)
· Interview with Josh Sepkowitz and Kyle Noonan on Talent Management and Dogs as Conduits [City of Ate]
· Local Fare DFW [Official]
· More FreeRange Concepts coverage [-EDFW-]
[Image credit: Local Fare]

Mutts

2889 Cityplace West Boulevard, Dallas, TX 75204 (214) 377-8723 Visit Website

The Rustic

1836 Polk Street, , TX 77003 (832) 321-7799 Visit Website

Sunset Lounge

3030 Ross Avenue, Dallas, TX 75204 (214) 823-8193 Visit Website

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