Spice Up Your Soup Life

     During the Holidays, food is a big part of everyone’s lives. I am often asked what my favorite food is: a leg of lamb. Although it is my favorite, it is usually only eaten on special occasions. My favorite food I can eat everyday is soup! Soup warms you soul, makes a cold… Read More

Go, Cubs, Go!

What’s on my mind? Nothing but “W”s. My family, the Cubs, the restaurant, the Cubs, the election, woodworking, sleep, and the Cubs. I would not say I am obsessed, just a die-hard fan. I came out of the womb a fan and have been watching them play since 1972; even through those rough few years… Read More

#BackingtheBlue

In light of the recent tragedy in Dallas, the team at Crossroads Diner felt compelled to help as much as we could. We brought breakfast to the North Dallas substation on McCallum and Hillcrest, the home of fallen Officer Michael Smith.  While a warm breakfast of eggs, bacon and French toast was the least we could do, We at Crossroads Diner… Read More

Behind Every Great Restaurant is a Great Woman!

For me, that great woman is my lovely wife, Karen.   If you’ve ever dined with us, you’ve probably had the chance to chat with Karen.  She tirelessly runs the front end of Crossroads Diner, while I’m in the kitchen.  In addition, she juggles the kids, the chores and the home front.  She is 100% percent… Read More

Easter is almost here!!

It’s hard to believe Easter is on Sunday! It seems like we were just packing everything up at our old location and moving to our new home at Preston and Campbell in North Dallas. It’s been six weeks since we opened our new restaurant and we’re just about up to speed! Boy, did time fly!… Read More

We have a date!

After months of planning and construction, Karen and I are very excited to announce our brand new Crossroads Diner location in the Preston Trail Shopping Village at Preston and Campbell in N. Dallas will open on Tuesday, February 9th! Our current location on Walnut Hill Lane will remain open until 2pm on Sunday, January 24th…. Read More

Christmas Traditions

For me, Christmas is all about family and traditions and this year is no different. Since Karen and I opened Crossroads Diner in 2010, we have decided to stay closed on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. It gives us time to give back to the community and it gives our employees the opportunity to enjoy… Read More