Catching Up With Mike Snider of AllGood Café
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News coming out of Deep Ellum these days has been grim. Critically acclaimed restaurants such as Brian Luscher’s Luscher’s Red Hots, Matt McCallister’s Filament, and On the Lamb with talented chef Ross Demers have closed.

Lest you think Deep Ellum is dead, I would like to point out that Pecan Lodge still has long lines, St. Pete’s draws regular crowds, Uncle Uber’s sells a lot of burgers, and Tracy Miller’s Local is approaching its 20th birthday. But the one restaurant that truly represents Deep Ellum is AllGood Café. Here you can find good food and fine music in a well-worn and welcoming dining room.

The owner of AllGood Café is Mike Snider. He’s a concert promoter, music historian, philosopher, philanthropist, and a hard-working restaurateur. AllGood Cafe is getting ready to celebrate their 17th anniversary and roll out of a new menu. I checked in with Snider who took time from his busy vacation in Hawaii to answer my questions... Full story at ―Dmagazine.com