• Restaurant Recommendation: RJ Mexican Cuisine

     
    FROM THE Winter 2018 ISSUE
     

    Mix and mingle with traditional Mexican food.

  • Restaurant Recommendation: RJ Mexican Cuisine

     
    FROM THE Winter 2018 ISSUE
     

    Mix and mingle with traditional Mexican food.

  • Restaurant Recommendation: RJ Mexican Cuisine

     
    FROM THE Winter 2018 ISSUE
     

    Mix and mingle with traditional Mexican food.

  • Restaurant Recommendation: RJ Mexican Cuisine

     
    FROM THE Winter 2018 ISSUE
     

    Mix and mingle with traditional Mexican food.

  • Restaurant Recommendation: RJ Mexican Cuisine

     
    FROM THE Winter 2018 ISSUE
     

    Mix and mingle with traditional Mexican food.

Authentic Mexican food has found its home at RJ Mexican Cuisine. Nestled in the heart of the historic West End District in Dallas, this premier dining spot delivers perfectly executed traditional recipes from all eight culinary regions of Mexico. Taking a more relaxed approach to dining than at their previous location, owners Jay Khan and executive chef Ron Von Hatten invite guests to experience some of the best Mexican fare in the state. Each dish is thoughtfully prepared and the menu’s extensive selection of small dishes to share makes exploring every delicious meal easy. Flexible dining options are the perfect way to accommodate large groups for full restaurant buyouts or other private dining experiences. 

RJ Mexican Cuisine can be rented for groups up to 250. Take the stress out of planning by choosing one of the restaurant’s popular party packages featuring a variety of appetizers, entrees and drinks. Custom menus featuring RJ favorites, including the chicken enchiladas, masa boats, pork carnitas or chicken tinga are available as well. 

Boasting a picturesque view of West End and its gorgeous cobblestone streets, RJ Mexican Cuisine’s outdoor patio is a unique option for groups up to 50. This space can be rented alone or in conjunction with the indoor private dining space, which accommodates an additional 50 people. Seamlessly blending a casual dining experience with a stylish and contemporary design, both of the private dining spaces are the perfect spot to mix and mingle. 

League City CVB manager Stephanie Polk shares her career journey.

Originally from Kentwood, Louisiana, Stephanie Polk, TDM, CTE, first made her mark on the travel and tourism industry as director of marketing for the Beaumont Convention & Visitors Bureau. There, she helped to elevate the city as a destination for recreation travelers and business groups. Wowed by her accomplishments, in 2020, League City brought her on board to lead its marketing efforts. She shares with us highlights and advice from her experience in the industry. 

 

The time is right; the stage is set. Groups are ready to meet face to face again, and the four-star luxury hotel MGM Grand Detroit is ready to welcome you back.

According to MPI’s report “Spring 2021 Meetings Outlook,” three-quarters of meeting professionals predict a face-to-face event this calendar year. And that definitely rings true for Lisa Williams, executive director of sales for the hotel.

 

Baldamar’s location—next to the Von Maur at Rosedale Center—might give the wrong first impression. The hip, fine dining restaurant is a fresh concept for the area, one that could easily fit into a more foodie-centric area. Randy Stanley, owner of 6Smith in Wayzata, calls Baldamar a legacy restaurant that just happens to be next a mall (he similarly describes 6Smith as a restaurant that happens to have a lake attached). “I’ve always liked this part of the Twin Cities,” says Stanley. “I love the thriving, local community.