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Little Woodrow’s Employee Injured In Shooting + More Intel

Today’s bites of food news — Last night, as brand new East Dallas bar Little Woodrow’s was closing up shop, two armed suspects injured a restaurant employee. The Dallas Morning News reports that the shooting happened around 2 a.m. this morning, when the pair of suspects entered the building wielding firearms. Show More Summary

The Best Food & Drink Events In Dallas This Month

Blow off holiday steam with great food & even better wine This time of the year, everyone’s busy. Between shuttling back and forth to the in-laws and trying to buy all those damn gifts, there’s plenty to do until January rolls around. Show More Summary

Beto & Son Brings Smothered Totchos & Stacked Enchiladas To Trinity Groves

The “new-school” take on Mexican cuisine opens today Earlier this month, Eater learned that a playful new Mexican concept was headed to West Dallas restaurant incubator Trinity Groves. Now, it appears as if Beto & Son is ready to start...Show More Summary

Pie Tap Pizza Workshop Brings Cheap, Late-Night Pies To Henderson Ave

The Deep Ellum pizza joint expanded in a hurry Just a few months after opening its first Dallas outpost, Pie Tap Pizza Workshop has already expanded to a new location just a few miles away. Announced via release, Pie Tap has made its debut at 2708 N. Show More Summary

Leslie Brenner Is Tired Of ‘Aggressive’ Wine Pours And Chilly Restaurants

The critic divulges her latest dining pet peeves No one’s ever accused Dallas Morning News food critic Leslie Brenner of pulling any punches, and as the end of 2016 approaches, she’s making local restaurateurs aware of the hospitality...Show More Summary

John Tesar Is Looking To Expand Knife To Plano

The modern steakhouse’s second outpost would open at The Shops at Willow Bend After what seems like a long period of relative quiet, ever-busy chef John Tesar is heading back into the limelight. In addition to his forthcoming appearance...Show More Summary

New City Council Proposal Could Mean Fewer Patios At Dallas Restaurants

The measure would require restaurants to have parking spaces to match patio occupancy It’s no secret that Dallas loves patios as much as it loves the margaritas that we sip on them. But new restaurants looking to add outdoor space could...Show More Summary

Cowboys Running Back Ezekiel Elliott Might Be Looking To Get In The Restaurant Business

The Cowboys’ rookie running back has already trademarked his first concept By now, you’re probably already familiar with Ezekiel Elliott’s famous “Let’s Eat” hand gesture, seen on the field every time the record-breaking running back gets a first down or scores a touchdown. Show More Summary

John Tesar Prepares for 'Top Chef' Return With Plenty of Shit-Talking

He also shares his “signature dish” in a new promo for the show Now that John Tesar isn’t raising rabble in Dallas’ food scene on the daily, you might think the outspoken (to say the least) chef has lost a little of his edge. In a new...Show More Summary

Is Chef of the Year Misti Norris Plotting A New Restaurant?

Norris’ next move might be Petra And The Beast Despite leaving Small Brewpub earlier this year, Eater Dallas’ 2016 Chef of the Year Misti Norris hasn’t slowed down one bit. Last week, she was in New York City cooking at the Eater Awards,...Show More Summary

Fixe, Purveyor Of Austin’s Best Biscuits, Heads To Fort Worth

Well, this is BIG When Southern-influenced spot Fixe made its debut in Austin in 2015, it was decidedly one of the most exciting openings of the year in Capital City. Now, the minds behind the concept will attempt to recreate the magic...Show More Summary

Is Mi Cocina Mogul Ray Washburne Joining The Trump Administration?

Washburne is currently chair of Trump’s transition team In Dallas, Ray Washburne is mostly known for the wildly popular local restaurants operated by his company M Crowd Restaurant Group, namely Mi Cocina and Taco Diner. Come January,...Show More Summary

Knox-Henderson’s Gemma Will Soon Have A Mediterranean Sibling

This is the second restaurant from Chef Stephen Rogers & Alison Yoder Since Gemma made its debut in 2013, it’s remained one of the city’s most popular reservations. Expect lightning to strike twice when Chef Stephen Rogers and his wife...Show More Summary

Drake-Approved Restaurant North Italia Hits Dallas In 2018

The concept will open at The Union building Italian cuisine isn’t exactly abundant in Dallas, but a new restaurant will hopefully change all that when it arrives in Uptown. CultureMap reports that North Italia will open its doors inside The Union building (formerly known as Akard Place) in Uptown. Show More Summary

Watch the Dallas Cowboys Pig Out on Cereal and Hot Sauce

The breakfast of champions You might have your ideas of what athletes eat to get so ripped — like plenty of broccoli and protein powder — but that’s not exactly what gives the Dallas Cowboys the fuel to win a record nine times in a row. In...Show More Summary

Tortaco, Your New Favorite Spot For Mezcal & Tortas, Is Now Open In Downtown

Tortas, tacos, and bowls from Chef Nico Sanchez are here Described as part “hipster hangout, elevated biker bar, and tattoo parlor,” Tortaco has officially made its debut in Downtown Dallas. The new spot, which occupies the space that...Show More Summary

The Joule Appears To Be Planning A New Downtown Restaurant

The restaurant, likely named Mirador, will open across the street Over the past couple of years, The Joule Hotel has dramatically transformed Downtown’s dining scene. With four concepts — Americano, CBD Provisions, Midnight Rambler,Show More Summary

Blue Sushi Sake Grill Is Headed To Uptown

The chain will open its third Texas outpost next year After successfully opening two Texas restaurants, Blue Sushi Sake Grill is planning to make its DFW footprint a little bigger next year. Announced via release, the Nebraska-based Flagship Restaurant Group will open its third outpost of Blue Sushi Sake Grill at 3230 McKinney Avenue. Show More Summary

Chef Bruno Davaillon Spills More Details On His Forthcoming Restaurant Bullion

It’s going to be very French Ever since departing The Mansion Restaurant, we’ve all been waiting with bated breath for Chef Bruno Davaillon’s concept Bullion to debut. There’s still a while to wait, but today brings more details on what...Show More Summary

Why Is The Houston Press So Mad About This Burger In Fort Worth?

Apparently, it’s not one of Texas’ best Every year, Texas Monthly releases a ranking of the best burgers in Texas. It’s a pretty straightforward, non-controversial selection of burgers, but one writer at the Houston Press is taking major...Show More Summary

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