Chateau Paradis Ros�

This is one of the most exciting deals we've offered this year.

Chateau Paradis has been our most popular, and arguably best, ros̩ at any price point this summer and is on sale at two for $20 through 9/4/12! (It had most recently been $17.95 so this is basically half price Рthis is an unbeatable wine for $10.)

I was fortunate to visit Chateau Paradis in Provence, France last Spring and am so proud that we are their exclusive retailer in Texas. They do everything right: respecting the land through organic growing practices;  picking grapes before the sun rises; and, using gravity-fed production techniques to insure the subtle, gentile, exotic nature of the juice is not lost in translation.

This pricing will be good from today through next Tuesday, September 4 and only whille supplies last. As much as we want to pretend summer is almost over , we know there are months remaining of prime "rosé weather" so come by and load up or give us a call to have us hold some for you.

Celebrate Beer: Expand Your Brewniverse

From September 12 – 25, pore over hundreds of pilsners, ales, bitters and bocks, including some of Central Market beer experts’ local, home-grown and international favorites. Discover new brews that pair with tasty foods as you visit brew masters and pairing experts or enjoy a beer dinner hosted by some of the best in the business.

Almost two dozen of the best brewmasters in the world will host beer samplings, talk one-on-one with budding and seasoned beer-lovers and even share recipes that take beer from pint to plate.

Just a few of the folks we've got coming to visit:

  • Jehn Legnard, Brewmaster at Blue Moon
  • James Emerson, Brewmaster at Full Sail
  • Rich Doyle, Founder of Harpoon Brewery
  • Jerry Vietz, Brewmaster at Unibroue
  • Brad Farbstein, Founder of Real Ale
  • Rob Day and Justin Ginter, Brewers at Alaskan Beer

We'll host beer dinners and all-about-beer classes in our Cooking Schools and tastings down by our gigantic cold beer case.

Schedules vary by store – check out your online event calendar for the most up-to-date details.

Celebrate Beer: Expand Your Brewniverse

From September 12 – 25, pore over hundreds of pilsners, ales, bitters and bocks, including some of Central Market beer experts’ local, home-grown and international favorites. Discover new brews that pair with tasty foods as you visit brew masters and pairing experts or enjoy a beer dinner hosted by some of the best in the business.

Almost two dozen of the best brewmasters in the world will host beer samplings, talk one-on-one with budding and seasoned beer-lovers and even share recipes that take beer from pint to plate.

Just a few of the folks we've got coming to visit:

  • Jehn Legnard, Brewmaster at Blue Moon
  • James Emerson, Brewmaster at Full Sail
  • Rich Doyle, Founder of Harpoon Brewery
  • Jerry Vietz, Brewmaster at Unibroue
  • Brad Farbstein, Founder of Real Ale
  • Rob Day and Justin Ginter, Brewers at Alaskan Beer

We'll host beer dinners and all-about-beer classes in our Cooking Schools and tastings down by our gigantic cold beer case.

Schedules vary by store – check out your online event calendar for the most up-to-date details.

Got Gently Worn Athletic Shoes? Come on by

The City of Dallas in partnership with World Wear Project, a textile recycling/repurposing company based in Dallas since 1994, is gathering up gently worn athletic shoes and sending them to those in need. Stop by Central Market Lovers Lane or Preston Royal to donate your lightly worn shoes. Look for the big green bin.

Central Market is requesting athletic shoes of any size including:

  • Soccer Shoes
  • Tennis Shoes
  • Lacrosse Shoes
  • Running/Jogging Shoes
  • Walking Shoes
  • (but please no metal cleats on the soles)

Join us for our donation kick-off event on Saturday, August 25th from 9a.m.-1p.m. as we welcome City of Dallas and World Wear Project. Learn how your shoes can help someone in need.

Shoe recycling bins will be available at select Central Market locations including Lovers Lane and Preston Royal. Donations will be collected through November 30th.

Got Gently Worn Athletic Shoes? Come on by

The City of Dallas in partnership with World Wear Project, a textile recycling/repurposing company based in Dallas since 1994, is gathering up gently worn athletic shoes and sending them to those in need. Stop by Central Market Lovers Lane or Preston Royal to donate your lightly worn shoes. Look for the big green bin.

Central Market is requesting athletic shoes of any size including:

  • Soccer Shoes
  • Tennis Shoes
  • Lacrosse Shoes
  • Running/Jogging Shoes
  • Walking Shoes
  • (but please no metal cleats on the soles)

Join us for our donation kick-off event on Saturday, August 25th from 9a.m.-1p.m. as we welcome City of Dallas and World Wear Project. Learn how your shoes can help someone in need.

Shoe recycling bins will be available at select Central Market locations including Lovers Lane and Preston Royal. Donations will be collected through November 30th.

Silver Star Player Morrison Joins Cooking Class

Ziomara Morrison spent an afternoon cooking a nutritious and delicious meal with summer Team Up Challenge students from JOVEN at the Central Market Cooking School. The group is learning how eating healthy can prevent type II diabetes. The 2012 Summer Team Up Challenge

New Lahaha Teas

The Lahaha Royal Black, Oolong, Jasmine, Jade Green and Sencha teas are selected from the top 5% of all tea production in China. Lahaha Teas are full leaf teas that do not become bitter when steeped and have no stems or dusting's.

The Royal Black tea is the highest quality Black tea we carry. It does not have the typical bitterness of black teas and has subtle nutty notes on the finish. This tea was the official black tea of the English Royal Family and assigned the name "Royal Tea". Also available are naturally flavored Lemon, Strawberry and Mint green teas. All teas come in 2g bags in either 12 or 15 count boxes.

Tips on brewing:

  • The Lahaha Green teas are best steeped in water at 180 degrees F
  • Black teas are best steeped in water 190-195 degrees

New Lahaha Teas

The Lahaha Royal Black, Oolong, Jasmine, Jade Green and Sencha teas are selected from the top 5% of all tea production in China. Lahaha Teas are full leaf teas that do not become bitter when steeped and have no stems or dusting's.

The Royal Black tea is the highest quality Black tea we carry. It does not have the typical bitterness of black teas and has subtle nutty notes on the finish. This tea was the official black tea of the English Royal Family and assigned the name "Royal Tea". Also available are naturally flavored Lemon, Strawberry and Mint green teas. All teas come in 2g bags in either 12 or 15 count boxes.

Tips on brewing:

  • The Lahaha Green teas are best steeped in water at 180 degrees F
  • Black teas are best steeped in water 190-195 degrees

New Lahaha Teas

The Lahaha Royal Black, Oolong, Jasmine, Jade Green and Sencha teas are selected from the top 5% of all tea production in China. Lahaha Teas are full leaf teas that do not become bitter when steeped and have no stems or dusting's.

The Royal Black tea is the highest quality Black tea we carry. It does not have the typical bitterness of black teas and has subtle nutty notes on the finish. This tea was the official black tea of the English Royal Family and assigned the name "Royal Tea". Also available are naturally flavored Lemon, Strawberry and Mint green teas. All teas come in 2g bags in either 12 or 15 count boxes.

Tips on brewing:

  • The Lahaha Green teas are best steeped in water at 180 degrees F
  • Black teas are best steeped in water 190-195 degrees