We haven't tried The Whiskey Café and probably won't simply because there are so
many interesting choices nearer to us that we have yet to try, e.g., another Texas starter chain, The Black Walnut Café
which is only three miles away.
The nearly 7MM of us here in the Metroplex have more restaurant seats per capita than any other metro-area. Maybe that's because most are so busy working in this "what recession
?" economy we don't have time to cook.
Even to the casual observer there is no doubt as to the nature of the goose that lays the golden eggs: the entrepreneur. Down here we
our 'millionaires and billionaires'
because they, as Adam Smith observed, promote ends which are no part of their (perhaps) selfish intention: high-paying jobs and a thriving economy that has lifted all boats. In their dotage they build hospitals, museums, research centers, stadiums, performing arts centers, etc. that are the envy of the world.
And, with no state income tax, we common folk have the extra $$$ to eat out - so there is no end of Phil Romano-types who are willing to risk their resources in new food concepts