Tag: Dining

You need to be here: 3 hot foodiehoods

The last year or so has seen neighborhoods and developments come online, with exceptional and diverse food offerings. Get your fork over to: Lower Greenville, Sylvan Thirty and the Design District

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Drawing Dallas

Texas native Zjon Roberts returns to his home state — hot (Van) Damme! MARK STOKES  | Illustrator mark@markdrawsfunny.com Name and age: Zjon Roberts, 19 Spotted at: Buli Virginia slim: With his sparkling eyes, lithe frame, and...

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Get into the season with free pumpkin yogurt

Thanksgiving is more than a month away, but you can whet your appetite for pumpkin pie with a trip to Pinkberry today. From 4 to 7 p.m., Dallas area stores are introducing the new pumpkin frozen yogurt  flavor by giving away...

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Easy come, easy go

I’ve really enjoyed Scene, the restaurant in Downtown’s Mosaic loft building from chef Blaine Staniford. At least I did until it closed suddenly two weeks ago. Now comes word from Staniford that his and partner...

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Does Oak Lawn need an official cocktail?

Louisiana recently recognized the Sazerac — a mix of rye whiskey, bitters, absinthe and lemon — as the official cocktail of the City of New Orleans. Hearing this got me thinking: What makes a particular drink the beverage of...

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When will Dallas' foodie cred reach the coasts?

In the latest Forbes magazine, Dallas is listed as the fourth most billionaire-populous city in the U.S., and ninth overall in the world. Makes sense: Dallas is a high-tech mecca, an oilman’s paradise (Houston...

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Big news in food: Aurora goes more affordable

Avner Samuel, the temperamental genius behind Oak Lawn’s most elegant — and perhaps priciest — restaurant, Aurora, has announced a change that might seem negligible to some, but trust us: It’s a big deal. Aurora,...

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