Dining while confined to home doesn’t need to be boring, and Executive Corporate Chef Ryan Carbery of Refined Hospitality Concepts’ Nosh Bistro and Primo’s MX Kitchen & Lounge is committed to helping North Texans make the best of these challenging circumstances.
For this weekend the restaurants are offering special interactive weekend meals:
Primo’s celebrates North Texas’ love of a great brunch. For $24, guests get the fixings for a perfect brunch, including the ingredients for the restaurant’s popular migas for two plus a home mimosa bar, including includes 2 bottles (750mL) of Wycliff bubbly and choice of cranberry, pineapple or orange juice. Then, on Saturday, April 4 at 11:30 a.m., Chef Carbery will log on to Instagram to teach people how to make the fabulous eats and drinks. Primo’s meal kits must be pre-ordered on the website and are available for either curbside pickup at the restaurant or delivery on Friday or Saturday.
Saturday’s family dinner will be the focus at Nosh. For just $30, guests can order the makings of a fabulous Pasta Carbonara for two and a bottle of red or white wine. Then, at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 4, Chef Carbery will be on Nosh’s Facebook and Instagram to teach all the tricks to make this delicious dinner. Nosh Bistro meal kits must be pre-ordered on the restaurant’s website, and will be delivered on either Friday or Saturday. Currently, curbside pickup is unavailable at Nosh
In addition to the meal kit, guests can order wine by the bottle at 50% off menu prices or one of the below cocktail kits with any food purchase.
- Bloody Mary/Maria Kit: $28 • 375mL Grey Goose vodka or Herradura tequila, house-made Bloody Mary mix, olive juice, limes, sliced Serranos, tajin, 2 primos cups (6 servings)
- Primos brunch margarita kit: $38 • 1 bottle patron tequila (375mL) house margarita mix (choice of frozen or on the rocks) tajin, salt, limes + 2 primos cups (6 servings)
- Mimosa kit: $12 • includes 2 bottles (750mL) of Wycliff bubbly and choice of cranberry, pineapple or orange juice + 2 primos cups
“We want mealtime to be fun again,” explained Carbery. “We are craving interaction, and these classes hopefully give people a chance to connect with others and feel like they’re a part of a larger community.”
In addition, Primo’s has just reintroduced a single service menu featuring many of the restaurant’s favorite entrees and appetizers. Both restaurants are also offering a bonus on gift card purchases, with an additional $20 provided for each $100 spent.
Primo’s MX Kitchen & Lounge
3309 McKinney Avenue, Dallas
11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday – Thursday
11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday & Saturday
8611 Hillcrest, Suite 100, Dallas
12 p.m. to 8 p.m. Monday – Saturday
Closed – Sunday