Because not all chicken-fried fans can tolerate wheat, Company Cafe gives you your holiday fix, gluten free. Even if you’re not allergic there’s a good reason to come here. The sides are made with a little more restraint than your typical restaurant. The potatoes here aren’t loaded up with butter and the other vegetables retain their vibrancy. You could almost argue this stuff is good for you.
The barbecue train keeps rolling, and the latest opening comes from the team behind Company Cafe. Called Back Home Barbecue, it’ll open in a quirky location on Ross Avenue, where they hope to be up smoking by February.
Interestingly, the brains behind Company Cafe plan to bring a brand new kind of barbecue joint to Dallas — one that doesn’t just focus on briskets and sausage links...If that’s not the most exciting news of 2015 — barbecue and beer served fast-food style — I don’t know what is.
Thanksgiving dinner can be a challenge for celiacs and gluten-sensitive folks because wheat flour lurks in so many key components...Besides its popular gluten-free cakes, including carrot cake and Italian wedding cake, Company Cafe has mini pies (pumpkin cheesecake, pecan, pumpkin) and biscuits. Taking orders now.