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Meso Maya Will Take Over El Fenix In Addison

A Plano location is in the works, too After closing its sister restaurant El Fenix earlier this year in Addison, Firebird Restaurant Group will open an outpost of Meso Maya in the building. Construction is currently underway on the space...Show More Summary

17 of Dallas’ Most Excellent Bars

Every single watering hole you need to know about Especially when the weather is this hot, drinking in Dallas is essentially a survival tool. From dingy, charming dives to the fanciest of upscale cocktail dens, the city is practically...Show More Summary

Cane Rosso and Cow Tipping Creamery are Coming to The Star

Wood-fired pizza and delicious soft serve await. Visitors to Frisco’s The Star can get a first taste of what’s to come when Cane Rosso and their partner-in-crime Cow Tipping Creamery open their respective doors next week. As Eater reported...Show More Summary

Dining in the ‘Burbs: Where to Eat In Frisco

Sushi, bibimbap, charcuterie + more await in this northerly burb Once a small, quaint suburb, Frisco has exploded in recent years, and the restaurant scene in this northerly city is no exception. In fact, for folks who live north ofShow More Summary

A Fuzzy White Fungus Called Koji Is Taking Over Dallas Restaurants

Don’t worry, it’s delicious There is a fungus working its way into Dallas. Thin, fibrous white tendrils that are inoculating some of the finest meals in the metroplex. Fortunately, koji (or aspergillus orzaye, as it is known to scientists)...Show More Summary

The Artisan Brings Casual Dining to the Dallas Arts District

The grab-and-go spot joins Stephan Pyles’ Flora Street Cafe at Hall Arts Later this year, a casual eatery called The Artisan will join Stephan Pyles’ Flora Street Cafe in the Dallas Arts District’s Hall Arts building. The new spot will only be open until 7 p.m. Show More Summary

The Pizza Oven At Cane Rosso’s Frisco Location Is Shaped Like A Dallas Cowboys Helmet

They’re really committed to the theme here When Cane Rosso’s outpost at The Star in Frisco makes its debut later this year, there will be no shortage of Cowboys team spirit, thanks to its giant new oven that is shaped like a helmet. The...Show More Summary

El Corazon de Tejas Packs Its Bags For McKinney

The Oak Cliff institution is headed north After bidding Oak Cliff adieu in April, El Corazon de Tejas is bringing its beloved old-school Tex-Mex to McKinney. The Oak Cliff favorite will reopen on North Central Expressway in a former El Chico's location, reports CultureMap. Show More Summary

10 Outstanding Breakfast Burritos And Tacos In Dallas

Breakfast is better when wrapped in a tortilla. Tacos are perfect for any meal, but the breakfast taco is a particularly special offering. This combination of eggs, meat, potato, and cheese wrapped in a soft tortilla may in fact be the perfect breakfast food. Show More Summary

Casa Rubia Is the Latest Trinity Groves Restaurant Casualty

Chef Omar Flores’ Spanish spot is now officially gone After racking up plenty of critical acclaim, Trinity Groves tapas spot Casa Rubia has officially closed its doors. The news of the closure comes in a statement from Trinity Groves, the West Dallas restaurant incubator that abruptly shuttered the Casa Rubia over the weekend. Show More Summary

Creme de la Cookie’s Freakshakes Bring the Viral Milkshake Trend to Dallas

Who doesn’t want 8 cookies piled on top of anshake? In search of a sugar overload? The newly-introduced “Freakshakes” at Toni Rivard’s Creme de la Cookie are designed to do just that. The bakery will officially debut its cookie-and-brownie topped milkshakes this weekend, after serving a sneak peek earlier this week. Show More Summary

Step Inside City Hall Bistro, The Adolphus Hotel’s New Mid-Century Modern Stunner

The French Room’s sister eatery has officially debuted Considering that its last renovation took place in 1984, the Adolphus Hotel was long in need of a redo. Thanks to the newly-revamped City Hall Bistro, the hotel now has a brand new,...Show More Summary

The 25 Best Patios In DFW For Drinking And Dining

Where to eat and drink outside, even when it's hot There's no denying that it is absurdly hot in Dallas right now, but that somehow doesn't keep dedicated drinkers off the city's numerous patios. Dallas' patio culture is really likeShow More Summary

Diners Say Rats Fell From the Ceiling at a Dallas Chipotle

This is not okay Casual burrito chain Chipotle has had some troubles as of late, but those may pale in comparison to what a few patrons say happened at the West End outpost of the restaurant yesterday. A tipster pointed Eater in theShow More Summary

Take A Peek at the Menu for Hudson House, Lovers Lane’s Nostalgic Neighborhood Eatery

East Coast oysters, seafood towers, and chicken parmesan await After making East Hampton Sandwich Company a household name in Dallas, restaurateur Hunter Pond’s newest venture Hudson House has officially made its debut in the Park Cities. The...Show More Summary

San Antonio’s Hot Joy Arrives Next Week With Tiki Drinks In Tow

Oh, and crab fat caramel chicken wings too With plans to stick around Dallas for at least two years, San Antonio’s Hot Joy will officially make its debut in Uptown next week. Located in the former Texas Land & Cattle space at 3130 Lemmon Avenue, Hot Joy brings a decidedly Asian flair to the rustic building. Show More Summary

Take A Peek Inside The Newly Revamped Fearing’s

New decor, plus more room for mingling After 10 years of wining and dining in Dallas, Fearing’s Restaurant has officially debuted a brand new look. The restaurant’s seven distinct dining and drinking areas each offer their own vibe, something that’s always been a part of the vibe at Fearing’s. Show More Summary

NYC’s Popbar Will Bring Its Creamy Frozen Treats to Fort Worth

Gelato on a stick is en route Just in time to deal with DFW’s worst summer heat, Popbar is bringing its frozen gelato on a stick to Fort Worth. The New York City-based ice cream shop Popbar is known for serving creamy gelato, sorbetti and frozen yogurt molded into bars and served on a stick like a Popsicle. Show More Summary

You Need to Drink at This Hidden Mezcaleria Inside Bowen House

Santos Y Pecadores is the cocktail haunt’s newest venture Uptown’s Bowen House has long been known as a haunt for fancy cocktail drinkers, but now the popular bar is home to what might be the city’s most interesting new mezcaleria. Tucked...Show More Summary

Where to Chill Out With Snow Cones This Summer In Dallas-Fort Worth

It's like an air conditioner for your mouth. As these next few months of brutal triple-digit temperatures approach, staying cool means getting creative. When it's really, really hot, there's nothing more refreshing than a huge cup of...Show More Summary

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