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Mike Reyher is a local photographer based out of Grapevine, Texas. More often than not, you'll find Reyher exploring Grapevine with his trusty camera in hand. While he loves the simplicity and ease of his smartphone, the ability to look down the viewfinder, framing up the shot and hearing the shutter fire is what inspires him to sharpen his craft.
Here's a look at several images that he shot during a special takeover via our Instagram account.
Sometimes, the best things in life are hidden in plain sight. Last year, roughly 60 million people passed by perhaps one of Grapevine's finest restaurants and not known what was waiting for them just on the other side of baggage claim.
You may not believe it by looking at the weather these days but it is still winter. In fact, spring doesn't officially begin until March 19th! Here are a some items you need to check off your list as we prep for another beautiful spring in Grapevine.
Yep, you read that right. Today is National Drink Wine Day! To be perfectly honest, we like to think we celebrate wine on a daily basis with our abundance of wineries and wine tasting rooms that make their home here in Grapevine.
Pizza. It's mind blowing how many different flavors and varieties there are out there. But there is one thing that all pizza has in common. It's absolutely DELICIOUS! We stopped by Palio's Pizza Cafe at 1000 Texas Trail in Grapevine to celebrate National Pizza Day. They gave us the inside scoop at what it takes to build the perfect piece of pizza pie.
The smell of delicious food has begun to fill the air. The table is set and ready for all the hungry guests to arrive. So when the time has finally arrived to enjoy your Christmas meal, be sure to have a bottle or two of your favorite wine to celebrate this wonderful occasion.
We caught up with our local wineries and wine tasting rooms to gather some intel about the types of wine they would serve alongside your favorite Christmas meals.
Monday, December 14, 2015 by Daniel Horsch
The Christmas spirit knows no boundaries. In fact, the magic of the Christmas Capital of Texas traveled close to 1,500 miles en route to the Toronto Star where Grapevine was named one of five best places to get into the holiday spirit in North America.