Dady opened The Lodge Restaurant of Castle Hills in 2001, featuring one of the city’s first tasting menus, followed by the modern American cuisine at BIN 555 Restaurant & Wine Bar in 2004. He then refocused on returning to his affinity for fine Italian cuisine, with the launch of Tre Trattoria—now his flagship—in 2007, initiating the movement for restaurants in San Antonio to create handmade pasta. His current concepts include the Northern Italian, Tre Enoteca (2015); an award-winning family-friendly Texas pit ‘cue Two Bros BBQ Market (2008); and B&D Ice House (2014); along with DUK Truck, a mobile kitchen. Dady introduced the coastal seafood-centric Shuck Shack in July 2015, a spot where thoughtfully approachable food and family fun collide. Next up for Dady is a second Two Bros BBQ Market, slated for early 2017.
APPEARANCES AT LOS ANGELES FOOD & WINE 2016
AMAZON PRESENTS EAT THE WORLD WITH EMERIL LAGASSE
8/25/16, 7:00p - 10:00p
DOWNTOWN: Grand Avenue and 1st Street
Price: $115.00 VIP: $160.00
The inimitable Emeril Lagasse hosts an evening that brings chefs from all over the country to celebrate the food they are most passionate about. The walk-around tasting that spans one of the most iconic blocks of downtown Los Angeles on the steps of the Walt Disney Concert Hall and The Broad features exciting culinary creations from all over the map.
The inspiration for the global take on cuisine comes from the upcoming Amazon Original Series, Eat The World which follows world-famous Lagasse as his award-winning friends and colleagues José Andrés, Mario Batali, Danny Bowien, Marcus Samuelsson, Aarón Sánchez and Nancy Silverton introduce him to the history, techniques and cooking traditions of their favorite locales across the globe.
Guests will sample food from some of the best chefs in the country as they highlight the dishes that inspire them all while enjoying a plethora of beer, wine and cocktails. Creative Cuisine, Delectable Drinks, Magical Music, Stellar Setting….can somebody say, BAM!
VIP Tickets – Beat the crowds with a VIP Ticket which gets you access a full 30 minutes before the general admission.
LIVE on Grand hosted by Tyler Florence
8/27/16, 7:00p - 10:00p
DOWNTOWN: Grand Avenue and 1st Street
Price: $175.00 VIP: $250.00
Enjoy an unbelievable strolling reception with an extraordinary musical performance by a musical guest! An exceptional evening starring 30 chefs and 50 wineries serving up delicious tastings for you to enjoy while enjoying the Cityscapes of one of the greatest cities in the world. This is the culmination of a city-wide celebration of all things Food, Wine, Celebrity, Music and Los Angeles. VIP Access - Early access to the event. Very Limited Quantities are available.
INTERNAL AND INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE SPECIALIST DR. DANA COHEN – ZIKA 101
There hasn’t been a travel advisory in the continental United States since polio but now with the outbreak of Zika in Florida we have one, and mosquito bites are inciting fear among many Americans. According to a recent survey by WebMD, people are more concerned about mosquitoes this year than in past years and are planning to take additional steps to prevent mosquito bites. When asked which diseases spread by mosquitoes were of the most concern, 67 percent said Zika and 60 percent said West Nile. Both are a problem, but what do we really know about mosquitoes, what attracts them and what viruses they are carrying that we should be most concerned about?
Dr. Dana Cohen, M.D., is a nationally renowned internal and integrative medicine specialist who says while Zika is capturing most of the public’s attention, it’s not the only virus mosquitos spread this time of year and that there are even more dangerous mosquito-borne diseases we need to protect ourselves from of such as West Nile, which has now been confirmed in almost every U.S. state.
Cohen will explain to your audience the signs and symptoms of mosquito-borne diseases from chikungunya, West Nile and Zika virus and practical prevention steps to keep you calm, as well as five things that can make you a mosquito magnet and what steps to take to minimize your exposure to bites.
MINIMIZE YOUR EXPOSURE
What attracts mosquitoes to some and not others? Studies show that mosquitoes find you as targets more easily by:
- Carbon Dioxide: the more you exhale the easier you are to find
- Body Heat: the more you move around the more heat you create
- Alcohol: may cause your skin to emit a chemical that could attract mosquitoes; but more realistically, it can also increase your body heat that is certainly a magnet;
- Sweat: mosquitoes love moisture so perspiration makes for the perfect target;
- Genes: (thanks mom and dad) not much you can do about the scent your body gives off through sweat but certain skin secretions can cause an attraction – It was recently refuted that mosquitoes are attracted to certain blood types – so cross that off your worry list!
ABOUT THE DOCTOR
Dana Cohen, MD, is a nationally renowned internal and integrative medicine specialist whose multi-disciplinary approach has helped treat thousands of patients using a variety of conventional and complementary therapies. In practice for nearly two decades, Cohen trained under the late Dr. Robert Atkins, author of the iconic, “Dr. Atkins’ New Diet Revolution,” and Dr. Ronald L. Hoffman, a pioneer of integrative medicine and founder of the Hoffman Center in New York City. Cohen was certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine in 1998, and was appointed to the Board of Directors of the American College for the Advancement of Medicine (ACAM), the leading voice of integrative medicine for more than 1,500 MD, DO, ND and master-level health care providers, where she currently serves as advisor to the Board of Directors and advisor to the education committee. Through ACAM, she also developed an integrative medicine boot camp for practitioners. Cohen’s passion for integrative medicine stems from her belief that medicine is an art, and a patient-centered, holistic approach is the vital first step on the path to overall health and wellness. She has helped thousands of patients, on the verge of giving up hope, find relief by restoring their well being. Cohen’s practice emphasizes the individual, and she has helped countless patients limit their dependence on prescription medications by harnessing the power of diet, nutritional supplementation and lifestyle changes to find wellness. Cohen earned her medical degree from St. George’s University School of Medicine and completed a three-year internal medicine residency at Albany Medical Center and was board-certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine in 1998.