Nazca Kitchen to open second location in Uptown Friday

Posted on 10 Apr 2017 at 12:38pm

Nazca Kitchen, the South American-inspired restaurant that has occupied the same corner at Walnut Hill Lane and North Central Expressway since 2012, is finally expanding its scope … right into Uptown. The second location will open Friday in the West Village, at the corner of Cityplace West and Noble Street. It will be serve an all-day […]

You up for a poké?

Posted on 07 Apr 2017 at 6:00am

Rice bowls have gone Hawaiian, and Oak Lawn’s Poké Bop is on-trend

Street’s Fine Chicken to open second, fast-casual location this summer

Posted on 09 Mar 2017 at 3:02pm

Street’s Fine Chicken to open second, fast-casual location this summer

TASTING NOTES: V-DAY EDITION

Posted on 10 Feb 2017 at 7:30am

It’s Valentine’s Day this week, and that meanssweethearts will probably want to exchange flowers, candy and a night out. There are countless options out there — here are a few that caught our eye. Roy’s in Plano celebrates V-Day for five days (Feb. 10–14) with a special that includes a steamed one-lb. lobster and filet […]

Dive-by tasting

Posted on 10 Feb 2017 at 6:00am

Flying Fish in the Design District tries to mimic an old-school fish house, but it’s more familiar than foodie-friendly   ARNOLD WAYNE JONES | Executive Editor When Dallas Voice moved its offices into the Design District, one motivating factor was the cultural growth of the neighborhood — theaters, eateries, showrooms, living facilities, even hotels were […]

Tasting notes

Posted on 20 Jan 2017 at 7:25am

Where to celebrate Chinese New Year, plus new restaurant openings   We always enjoy Chinese New Year — the colors, the culture, the food. But this year is especially welcome: It’s the Year of the Cock, and who doesn’t appreciate that?! Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck is getting into the spirit of things, as it […]

Top tables

Posted on 06 Jan 2017 at 6:30am

10 new restaurants that most resonated in 2016   ARNOLD WAYNE JONES | Executive Editor Restaurants are an oddly egalitarian pop culture phenomenon. TV shows can “find” their audiences in reruns, movies’ success can depend on good marketing and distribution, but then be later discovered on cable or Netflix and gain a new life. But […]

Tasting notes

Posted on 16 Dec 2016 at 6:00am

Holiday Edition: Tamales, tacos and spreading hope during the season The holidays are upon us, and calorie counting decreased with the thickness of sweaters. Here are some foodie events, items and ideas that will make you jolly — and perhaps even get a belly like a bowl full of jelly. Anastacia Quinones (AQ to her […]

Hip resto Remedy to close, replacement will be American/Chinese concept

Posted on 06 Dec 2016 at 11:32am

Hip resto Remedy to close, replacement will be American/Chinese concept

ART ON THE PLATE

Posted on 02 Dec 2016 at 7:30am

Not all great works of art are created on canvasses, or in marble, or even on film. Not all are permanent. Some are meant to be savored for all their exquisite beauty briefly, passionately, completely. The experience may be fleeting, but the memories define a life in appreciation. That’s the case of great restaurants. For […]