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Fearing’s Hires An Exciting New Sous Chef; Celebrate Bishop Cider Co.’s New Space

Plus, a new concept comes to the Dallas Farmers Market.

Dean Fearing's Southwestern institution keeps moving forward.
Dean Fearing's Southwestern institution keeps moving forward.
Fearing's

OAK CLIFF – In celebration of their shiny new expanded space called The Cidery, Bishop Cider Co. will host a grand opening bash on February 27. In addition to live music and food trucks, four bars around the Cidery’s new space will showcase more than eighteen ciders, including Bishop Arts Cidery’s planned offerings for 2016. Tickets to the event are limited, and can be purchased here. [EaterWire]

DOWNTOWN – As part of the Dallas Farmers Market’s ongoing revitalization, a new concept called Laili will open at The Market in March. Look forward to "delicious fusions developed from working with spices and herbs common to The Silk Road trade routes." Translation: look forward to "specialized turnovers," dumplings, and other TBD plates. [SideDish]

UPTOWN – Chef Dean Fearing’s namesake restaurant has made an exciting new chef hire. Announced yesterday, Dallas’ own Gabriela McCormick will join Fearing’s as sous chef. Hernandez began her career at Fearing’s after graduating from El Centro College’s culinary program in 2009, working her way up from cook to lead line chef before her latest promotion. Expect McCormick’s hand in the launch of the restaurant’s spring menus and upcoming guest chef dinner series. [EaterWire]

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