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Noodle Genius Teiichi Sakurai Will Open A Ramen Shack In The Suburbs

The Shacks at Austin Ranch will boast killer cuisine In keeping with Dallas’ culinary scene’s continual march northward, massive housing development Austin Ranch will soon be home to four exciting new restaurants, all housed in shacks. Announced...Show More Summary

Palapas Seafood Bar Heads To Richardson With Ceviche & Oysters In Tow

The popular Lower Greenville haunt looks north Under a thatched roof on Greenville Avenue lives Palapas Seafood Bar, a place famous for its late hours, patio view of Greenville, and of course, delicious seafood with a Mexican twist.Show More Summary

Kung Fu Saloon To Fight For Fort Worth Bar Scene Fame

Adding yet another grownup arcade to West 7th Kung Fu Saloon, a fun concept in theory, has a bit of a contentious name in DFW. The boozy arcade joint is perhaps best known in this city for its bouts with the justice department over their...Show More Summary

Step Inside Nikkei, Dallas’ New Peruvian-Japanese Hotspot

Sushi, plushy vibes + more await Dallas has plenty of spots to enjoy sushi, but things are a little different at Nikkei. The recently-opened Cedar Springs eatery’s namesake is the fusion of Peruvian and Japanese cuisine that was developed...Show More Summary

Get Ready To Ride The Mechanical Bull: A Rodeo-Themed Bar Will Open At Texas Live

Beer and live music are en route If you’ve ever wanted to live out your dream of being a real-life rodeo cowboy, that’s probably never going to happen. But a new bar headed to Arlington will give wannabes an experience that might beShow More Summary

A Southern-Mediterranean Eatery Will Take Over The Former Tallywackers Space On Lemmon Ave

Replacing male strippers with Mediterranean and Southern food When Tallywackers on Lemmon closed last year, many were sad but few were surprised that scantily-clad male servers and mediocre food weren’t exactly a recipe for success.Show More Summary

Fat Chicken Brings Lots Of Poultry & A Roving Pie Cart To Trinity Groves

Is there really anything better than fried chicken and pie? Dallasites love their chicken, but most restaurants in the metroplex focus on the obvious chicken of choice: fried. Trinity Groves’ newest concept is out to change that by serving...Show More Summary

Chef John Tesar Has Been Eliminated From Top Chef

He won’t be taking home the title...again. It was a good run for Dallas-based chef and Top Chef Seattle veteran, but John Tesar’s run on Top Chef officially ended tonight. On tonight’s episode, Tesar and the three remaining finalists headed to Guadalajara, Mexico. Show More Summary

This Year’s Savor Dallas Will Feature BBQ Seminars, Cocktails + More

Look out for BBQ, cocktails, and plenty of chefs Now in its twelfth year, Dallas Morning News food festival Savor Dallas has announced its line-up of events, chefs, and seminars for 2017. The guts of the event are relatively similarShow More Summary

Kitchen Employees At The Theodore Stage Walk-Out On ‘A Day Without Immigrants’

The restaurant says that the protest will not impact service It hasn’t been as big a deal in Dallas as it has elsewhere, but restaurants across the country have closed their doors today in solidarity with “A Day Without Immigrants,”Show More Summary

T. Blanco’s Brings Healthier Tex-Mex Fare & Margaritas To Addison

Can you ever have too much Mexican food? Probably not. As if there was a shortage of Tex-Mex cuisine in Dallas-Fort Worth, and especially the suburbs, a new restaurant will make its way from East Texas to Addison early next week to bring...Show More Summary

Chef Graham Dodds’ Lower Greenville Eatery Wayward Sons Has Closed Its Doors

The vegetable-focused spot is no more In what may prove to be the most devastating closure of 2017 (yes, already), Chef Graham Dodds has officially shuttered his Lower Greenville restaurant Wayward Sons. Announced via release, Dodds announced that Wayward Sons would serve its last farm-to-table fare on Valentine’s Day. Show More Summary

Flora Street Cafe & John Tesar Are Among This Year’s James Beard Award Semi-Finalists

Will a Dallas restaurant or chef actually win this year? Every year, the James Beard Awards recognize restaurant excellence across the country, and Dallas has long felt a bit left out of the party. But perhaps this year’s list of Dallas-based...Show More Summary

New Nightclub & Restaurant Will Soon Bring A “Mini Sixth Street” To Plano

The Shops at Legacy will soon take on an Austin-like feel Continuing the epic parade of restaurants making their way to Plano, a new nightclub-restaurant hybrid will soon open its doors at the Shops at Legacy. Announced via release, Harder Concepts is currently working on opening The Brixton at 5800 Legacy Drive. Show More Summary

12 Essential Dallas Dive Bars

Get down and dirty in the Big D with a PBR in hand Dallas has a reputation for being home to some of Texas' bougiest cocktail bars and neediest patrons. Nobody is suggesting that reputation isn't somewhat deserved, but we'd also like to point out that many Dallasites are just as happy in a dimly lit room chugging a PBR. Show More Summary

Plano Will Soon Have Its First Craft Brewery

Unlawful Assembly Brewing Co. will soon debut at Legacy Hall Plano’s restaurant scene just keeps getting hotter, but the procession of new eateries will really start to ramp up once Legacy Hall makes its debut. Now, the city’s firstShow More Summary

Lovers Seafood & Market Is Coming Along Swimmingly

Chef Aaron Staudenmaier has been announced as executive chef After creating one of Dallas’ finest sushi establishments, restaurateur duo Tracy Rathbun and Lynae Fearing are readying their second seafood-focused concept, set to make its...Show More Summary

Eno’s Pizza Tavern Expands to Forney

Prepare for thin crust A favorite of Bishop’s Arts District will expand into Forney this summer. On July 11, nine years after opening the original Eno’s Pizza Tavern, the company will open a second location at 215 S. Bois D’Arc St. Eno’s...Show More Summary

We Have an Opening Date for Chicken Moto

At the new Richardson spot, it’s all chicken all the dang time We now have the opening date for Chicken Moto in Richardson: February 22. They’re starting with dinner service for the first week (opening at 5pm, daily) and then opening as usual at 11am from there on out. Show More Summary

Attn: Singles! 5 Valentine’s Day Options That Aren’t Actually for Valentines

It’s a stupid, made up holiday anyway We’re not going to waste anyone’s time by writing a cute list of romantic things to do on Valentine’s Day. Sorry, but if you have a significant other and haven’t figured out your plans by now, that’s completely your problem. Show More Summary

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