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Sugarbacon Proper Kitchen Lands In Lakewood Next Week

Comfort food straight outta McKinney Back in February, we learned that popular McKinney comfort food spot Sugarbacon had its eyes on Lakewood. Now, the restaurant is ready to open in a familiar new home. Announced via release, Sugarbacon Proper Kitchen will debut at 6400 Gaston Avenue next week. Show More Summary

Where To Sip Chewy, Fruity, Colorful Bubble Tea In Dallas

Fat straws lovers unite For the uninitiated, boba tea (or bubble tea, as it is commonly known) may seem a little strange. But those who do understand the wonder of sweet, chewy tapioca pearls crowded into the bottom of a creamy fruit...Show More Summary

Skinny Pizza Will Bring Thin Crust & Gluten Free Pies To Addison

Pizza can totally be healthy Pizza isn’t generally something that you think of as a healthy dinner, but the folks at Skinny Pizza are perhaps trying to change that perception. CultureMap reports that the brand new concept will open its doors at 4970 Addison Circle Dr. Show More Summary

Black-eyed Pea Locations Across Texas Shutter Without Notice

Are the closures temporary? Founded in 1975 by Dallas restaurateur Gene Street, Black-eyed Pea is one of those restaurants that you think will last forever. After more than 40 years of operating in Texas, though, it appears if the casual...Show More Summary

Dallas Will Soon Have Its First Tiki Bar

The former Three Sheets space will soon have a tropical vibe. Despite the national trendiness of tiki cocktails, Dallas is sadly devoid of a solid place to drink fruity umbrella drinks. That will all soon change as Pilikia plans to open...Show More Summary

85°C Bakery Café Will Soon Hit Frisco

The popular Taiwanese sweets shop is making its Texas footprint bigger Back in April, mega-popular 85°C Bakery Café opened its first Texas location in Carrollton, and now it looks as if the beloved Taiwanese sweets shop is looking to...Show More Summary

Double Wide Under Fire for Kicking Out Patron Who Objected to Nazi Imagery

The popular Deep Ellum bar took flack on Facebook & Yelp! for their stance The crowd at Deep Ellum’s Double Wide bar can, in many ways, be described as diverse. It’s a place where punks, hipsters, and yuppies alike gather to drink cheap...Show More Summary

The Hottest Brunch Spots in Dallas Right Now: September 2016

Where to get your brunch on. Now that fall is (sort of) officially here, it's time for a fresh update of the Eater Dallas brunch heatmap. Because brunching is practically an Olympic sport in Dallas, it's important to keep your breakfast...Show More Summary

20 Of Dallas' Best Kid-Friendly Restaurants

At these spots, the whole family is welcome When you’re dining out with the kids, there’s lots of things to consider. If a spot’s too fancy, there’s a real likelihood that your toddler might create a scene or break something expensive. Show More Summary

Leslie Brenner Says Uchi's Food Has 'Taken a Dive'

Once five stars, Uchi now only has three. When Uchi made its Dallas debut, Dallas Morning News critic Leslie Brenner was pretty excited. In her first review of the restaurant, Brenner awarded Chef Junior Borges an impressive five stars. Show More Summary

The Dallas Cowboys’ Stadium Club Opens Next Week

Now you can hang out at AT&T Stadium all year long Now that football is back in full swing, you actually have a reason to go to AT&T Stadium, which sits empty the majority of the year. Once the Stadium Club, the Cowboys’ first eatery,...Show More Summary

Drag Brunch Returns To Cedar Grove

Once hosted at now-shuttered Dish, drag brunch is back Dallas’ brunch scene is ridiculously strong, but there was no boozy midday meal quite like Drag Brunch, the boozy weekend extravaganza formerly held at DISH Cedar Springs. When DISH...Show More Summary

Bonchon’s Crispy Korean Fried Chicken Is On The Way Back To DFW

Get excited. For fans of crispy fried chicken and super spicy wings, the arrival of Bonchon in 2013 was met with plenty of enthusiasm. Unfortunately, all of that happiness was stolen when the chain shuttered just six months later. Now,...Show More Summary

Rash Of Violent Muggings Hits Deep Ellum

Be careful out there, y’all. Over the past few years, Deep Ellum has largely shaken its reputation as a seedy bar district as it transformed into a bonafide dining destination. Now, after months of growth, the neighborhood is facingShow More Summary

Lynae Fearing & Tracy Rathbun Will Open Lovers Seafood And Market

The power duo’s restaurant empire is slowly expanding Never content to let their husbands be the only ones in the spotlight, Tracy Rathbun and Lynae Fearing opened Shinsei to a great deal of critical acclaim nearly a decade ago. Now,...Show More Summary

A Cocktail Bar Will Open Inside Houndstooth Coffee At Sylvan Thirty

Get right, then get loaded Austin-based coffee chain Houndstooth has long established its presence as one of the city’s finest places to caffeinate. Now, they’re getting into the booze game. Announced via release, a cocktail bar called Jettison will open inside Houndstooth Coffee next month. Show More Summary

Where To Eat Dallas' Best Sushi

Get your raw fish fix. Dallas' sushi scene is, well, a little lackluster. Despite the fact that you can have stellar fish from pretty much anywhere in the world flown into DFW, it's almost disappointing that there isn't a great sushi...Show More Summary

Emporium Pies Is Now Open In Deep Ellum

Have a little pie with your Pecan Lodge Back in March, Eater learned that beloved sweets purveyor Emporium Pies had set its sights on Deep Ellum. Back then, the popular pie shop anticipated an opening “just in time for Thanksgiving,”...Show More Summary

An Eater's Guide to Dallas

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, and America's Team, the Big D also boasts a thriving and diverse culinary scene that can sometimes fly under the national radar. Show More Summary

Henderson Ave Stalwart Hibiscus Will Soon Close

After more than a decade as one of Henderson Ave’s most reliably solid restaurants, Hibiscus will close its doors. A press release from Raised Palate Restaurants, which owns Hibiscus and nearby Victor Tangos, says that the restaurant will close because the lease for the space at 2927 N. Show More Summary

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