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Oysters and Martinis at Dallas Fish Market


As the temperature rises and winter gives way to spring, fresh seafood becomes foremost in everyone’s minds. DRG is pleased to present Oysters & Martinis at Dallas Fish Market on March 23! Our top rated chefs and Mixologists are coming together to prepare a four course treat to delight the senses and tantalize the taste buds.


From 6:30-8:30pm, participants will feast on four tasting courses of oyster dishes prepared by our amazing chefs at DFM. Each course is accompanied by a martini hand selected by our in house Mixologists. The meal will be followed by a special surprise dessert. This event is not to be forgotten, and tickets are on sale now!

Head over to Eventbrite to purchase your tickets today!


Señor Patty’s – St. Patrick’s Day at Wild Salsa

You don’t need any extra luck to guess whether or not we’ll be celebrating St. Patrick’s Day at Wild Salsa. When March 17th comes around, hang on to your buckled hats!  Our drink specials will have you seeing green (in a good way!) with $5 House Margaritas and $5 Avocado Margaritas all day long. The Avocado Margarita also features jalapeño infused tequila for a little extra spring in your Irish step!

Ditch the shamrocks and celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with limes, avocados, and jalapeños at Señor Patty’s at Wild Salsa!


DRG Concepts Rings in the New Year

This New Year’s Eve, two of our restaurants are celebrating with special dinner menus and wine pairings!  Join us at Dallas Fish Market or Dallas Chop House for a meal you’ll remember for the entire year to come. Here are a few of the dishes you can choose from to end your 2014! If you want to see more options, the menus are available online at the Dallas Fish Market and Dallas Chop House websites.

Dallas Fish Market

Start off your meal at Dallas Fish Market with a first course of Charred Calamari and espalette pepper jam with sauce basquise. It has a bright color that is perfect for getting the new year off to a lively start.


Some stories say that it’s unlucky to eat Lobster on New Year’s Day because of their tendency to walk backwards. Be sure to get your fill before the new year arrives with this Butter Poached Lobster and sunchoke puree. According to legend, if you finish your meal before midnight, you’re in the clear. If you’d rather have a dish made of something that swims forward and never looks back, think about checking out the Pan Seared Scottish Salmon or Wild Striped Bass.


Conversely, the olive tree is a long-standing symbol of luck and peace. Increase your good luck quotient while satisfying your sweet tooth with this Olive Oil Cake topped with strawberry compote and surrounded by citrus mascarpone.


Dallas Chop House

Over at Dallas Chop House, a starter of Hawaiian Big Eye Tuna Tartare has avocado, wonton crumbs, American caviar, and Chile Ponzu. What better way to kick off a fresh start than with some fresh tuna tartare?


Both menus come with the option of a wine pairing, but these Wagyu Shortribs already come braised in red wine. If a great new year always starts with a toast, imagine the success a toast over red wine short ribs will bring. We also have a Wild Mushroom Risotto, Foie Gras Stuffed Quail, Filet Mignon, and more to choose from!


2015 is looking sweet with a Brioche Bread Pudding dessert to end the night. Egg nog ice cream joins hazelnuts, golden raisins, and Frangelico caramel to create this classic flavor that will end the year on a high note.


Both menus are filled with unique options and can be ordered as a full meal or a la carte. Be sure to make your reservation on OpenTable for Dallas Fish Market or Dallas Chop House. Here at DRG Concepts we can’t wait to ring in another year of family, friends, and great food.

Welcome Back to Dallas Chop House!

Dallas Chop House is back in business and we have a ton of new items to boot! The restaurant is open for social hour and dinner!

We have the Bacon and Eggs appetizer with grilled Berkshire pork belly, smoked egg emulsion and maple-pink pepper gastrique


Red Wine Braised Wagyu Shortribs with vanilla-parnsip puree and smoked tomato-horseradish compote


Our amazing Steak Flight with Akaushi Wagyu NY Strip, 21 and 60 day dry aged rib eye,

herb roasted bone marrow, bacon-onion jam, parsleypickled, shallot salad, cilantro chimmichurri and Himalayan salt


Remember with the holidays coming up to book your parties early! Contact Black Johnson at

We also have giftcards available online for those hard-to-shop-for types: Purchase here

Go out to steak night tonight!

Chop House Burger Pint Night


Pint Night is Wednesday, November 5th at both the Downtown Dallas and Euless locations! Along with the perfect pairing of our famous El Luchador and a delicious beer from Deep Ellum Brewing Company, you can also take home a commemorative pint glass.

El Luchador

In case you didn’t know about the EL Luchador, it’s made with 100% certified Angus beef, topped with pepper jack cheese, pico de gallo, a tostada, habanero mayo and guacamole in between fresh brioche buns.

Deep Ellum IPA

Deep Ellum IPA is made with American hops with high alpha acid contents (more potential for bitterness) and used in ways that emphasize the flavor and aroma, rendering a bitter ale with tropical fruit, citrus, pine, floral, and more hops derived aroma and flavor.

Dallas Blonde 

The Dallas Blonde is loaded up with citrusy and floral American hope, Pale, Vienna, and Wheat malts. It is described as delicately balanced and shimmering golden ale.


For more information about Deep Ellum Brewing Company we recommend visiting their website:

Chop House Burger goes to SMU!

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Chop House Burger was at SMU last Saturday for the game against the Memphis Tigers!

We brought along our awesome sales and marketing team. We thought guests would be wary of eating burgers at 9 a.m. but we were wrong! Breakfast burgers were trending fast. The line stretched out so far we thought we’d run out of truffle sauce.

We all had such a great time! We hope to see all of our SMU friends Downtown soon!

Dia de los Muertos


It’s almost time for Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), a tradition that honors the dead with celebrations and festivals and if you’ve seen our decorations, you know it’s Wild Salsa’s favorite holiday!

It’s believed that the dead would be insulted by sadness and mourning. That’s why the popular skeleton imagery always associates them with partying and happy faces. The celebrations show that death is just another part of the human experience. On Dia de los Muertos the dead are awakened to celebrate with their loved ones.

The calacas and calaveras (skeletons and skulls) appear commonly as sugar skulls and masks. They are frequently portrayed in fancy clothes to show that even the wealthy can’t escape death.

We would love to see your amazing Dia de los Muertos costumes on October 31st or November 1st! Margaritas will only be 2$ for people in costume (it doesn’t have to be themed).

Make sure to tag us on Instagram to enter to win $250!

We can’t wait to see you! For inspiration check out our Dia de los Muertos pinboard!