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Dining In The 'Burbs: 15 Essential Spots For Noodles, Dumplings & More In Richardson

Whatever the occasion, Richardson has the right restaurant. Long gone are the days where suburbanites have to trek out to the city for good food. Take Richardson, for example. Along with the CityLine development bringing a ton of new...Show More Summary

Botolino Gelato Brings Frozen Treats to Greenville Avenue

Expect cornbread tres leches and deconstructed apple pie Later this month, a new sweet shop called Botolino Gelato will bring its take on the classic Italian frozen treat to Lower Greenville. The new shop is a project from Carlo D. Gattini, who knows a thing or two about good Italian gelato. Show More Summary

California’s Laurel Tavern Arrives On Lower Greenville This Fall

The casually upscale restaurant and bar plans to open a Dallas location by fall. California transplant Laurel Tavern will bring its tasty burgers, creative cocktails and modern mellow vibes to Greenville Avenue this fall. The laid back restaurant is set to take over the space formerly occupied by Clark Food & Wine, according to a release. Show More Summary

Check Out the Menu at City Works, Bring Beer & Bar Fare to Frisco Today

Duck confit nachos and plenty of brews await Tonight, City Works Eatery and Pour House will officially make its debut in Frisco. The restaurant will kick open the doors tonight for dinner, and diners can look forward to a massive menu of traditional American fare alongside an equally lengthy list of craft brews. Show More Summary

Deep Fried Froot Loops & Tamale Doughnuts Are Among This Year’s State Fair Finalists

With the start of the State Fair of Texas just a few short weeks away, the deep-fried finalists for this year’s Big Tex Choice Awards have officially been announced. This year, the over-the-top fair offerings were whittled down from nearly 50 original contenders to ten finalists. Show More Summary

Gather Kitchen Brings Healthy Bowls to Downtown

Thanksgiving Tower gets a fresh new lunch option Gather Kitchen starts serving up healthy, customizable bowls in Downtown Dallas’ Thanksgiving Tower next week. The health-obsessed new eatery is a project from Soraya Spencer and Nicki...Show More Summary

An Eater's Guide to Dallas

An unofficial, highly opinionated guide to the Big D Since its portrayal in the eponymous and infamous 1970s-era soap opera, Dallas has seen an incredible amount of change. The home of Neiman Marcus, the legendary State Fair of Texas,...Show More Summary

Dallas' 14 Essential Brunch Spots

In Dallas, brunch is decidedly the most important meal of the weekend. Which is why it’s important to know exactly where to find the fluffiest pancakes, the crispiest bacon, and the strongest mimosas. But where does one find the best...Show More Summary

Feast Your Eyes On The Making Of Dallas' Meatiest Sandwich

At Cattleack Barbecue, The Toddfather is for serious carnivores only In Farmers Branch, beloved barbecue joint Cattleack takes DFW’s obsession with smoked meats to an entirely new level with its most popular sandwich, The Toddfather. Created...Show More Summary

Chef Matt McCallister’s Filament Shutters

The Deep Ellum eatery just wasn’t profitable Just over a year and a half after opening its doors in Deep Ellum, Chef Matt McCallister’s Filament has officially closed its doors. The Southern restaurant called it quits over the weekend, citing declining revenues, reports CultureMap. Show More Summary

Flora Street Cafe Earns What Could Be Leslie Brenner’s Last Five Star Review

The five best lines from the critic’s gushy take on Stephan Pyles’ newest eatery This week, Stephan Pyles’ Flora Street Cafe earned what could be departing Dallas Morning News food critic Leslie Brenner’s last five star review. Filed this week, Brenner’s review couldn’t find much fault in Pyles’ latest venture. Show More Summary

Max’s Wine Dive Departs West Village

The popular spot for fried chicken and Champagne declined to renew its lease After five years in West Village, Max’s Wine Dive has officially closed its doors. The restaurant served its last plates of fried chicken and glasses of Champagne on Wednesday, August 9. Show More Summary

10 Summery Dallas Desserts To Eat Right Now

Sweet treats that will also help keep you cool Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but summer isn’t anywhere close to being finished in Dallas. With high temps in the forecast for at least the next few weeks, it’s important to find creative...Show More Summary

Chipotle Shutters West End Location After Ceiling Rats Incident

The outpost is closed indefinitely until it can be thoroughly checked for pests After rats fell from the ceiling at a Chipotle location in Dallas’ West End last month, the Denver-based chain has officially closed the outpost until an...Show More Summary

Dallas' 12 Essential Pizza Restaurants

Where to find the best slices around. Dallas may not be ranked among the great pizza cities like New York and Chicago, but there's certainly got enough quality pizzerias to keep the local populace stuffed. In recent years, Dallas' pizza...Show More Summary

Leslie Brenner On Eight Tumultuous Years as the Dallas Morning News Food Critic

The departing critic dishes on her tenure ahead of a new gig in the hospitality industry Earlier this week, news that Dallas Morning News food critic Leslie Brenner had resigned her post rocked the Dallas dining scene. The divisive reviewer has taken a position with Tristan Simon’s hospitality group Rebees. Show More Summary

The Minds Behind Green Door Public House Bring Upscale Pub to Harwood Street

The former Agave Azul space has undergone a facelift Replacing the short-lived Agave Azul, Harwood Tavern will bring comfort food and cocktails to the space at 333 South Harwood Street. The restaurant is a new project from the minds behind Green Door Public House near the Dallas Farmers Market, reports CultureMap. Show More Summary

17 Essential Dallas-Fort Worth Barbecue Destinations

Where to satisfy your craving for smoked meats Despite Texas' barbecue prowess, it used to be that DFW hadn't quite kept up with the rest of the state when it came to smoked meats. But over the past few years, the city has experienced a barbecue renaissance of sorts, opening some of the state's finest smokehouses in rapid succession. Show More Summary

Leslie Brenner Resigns Her Post As Dallas Morning News Food Critic

The critic is joining Tristan Simon’s hospitality company Today, Leslie Brenner announced that she has resigned as chief food critic at the Dallas Morning News. After leaving her gig at the News, Brenner will join restaurateur Tristan Simon’s company Rebees, which is currently set to open multiple concepts at Victory Park. Show More Summary

12 Essential Downtown Dallas Restaurants

Where to dine in the Central Business District Home to the Central Business District and Dealey Plaza, Downtown Dallas welcomes millions of tourists each year, and that’s not including the thousands of Dallas-Fort Worth dwellers who commute into the neighborhood every day for work. Show More Summary

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