For someone who's never helmed a fine dining restaurant in Dallas, David Anthony Temple has a lot of opinions about the city's food and restaurants. Cooking under the nom de guerre Chef DAT, Temple has been hosting underground pop-up dinners across the city for the last four and a half years, and di ... More >>
Two years. Two years, one month and 23 days, to be specific. That's how long it's been since my favorite neighborhood restaurant closed. Oh, sure; others have stepped in to capably fill the void. But nothing will ever quite measure up to the restaurant that's dearly departed.
The owners of SNACK, the subject of this week's review, have some work on their hands. Jon Stevens and Avner Samuel have had the doors open at their latest restaurant for eight weeks now and there are still signs the owners are trying to figure out the best way to make use of the space. While resea ... More >>
A new restaurant takes a shot in a turbulent Henderson Avenue location.
Louisiana native David Anthony Temple (aka Chef DAT), a pioneer of sorts of for the local pop up dinner scene, has been hosting his Underground Dinners since January of 2009. He grew up cooking with his family, but honed his skills (both in terms of cooking and ingredients) while working at places l ... More >>
Chef Ryan Carbery was raised in a family of chefs four generations deep. As a teenager, Carbery worked for his uncle David Slay of ParkAve in Orange County and his aunt Lisa, who owns restaurants in his hometown of St. Louis. After culinary school in Chicago, Carbery eventually made his way to Dalla ... More >>
The perfect outfit for dinner at Cadot.If you don't have dinner plans for New Year's Eve yet, you better make reservations soon or risk cuddling a pizza box on the couch come Friday. Some restaurants are completely booked, but we've compiled a list of places with interesting menu options that ... More >>
The new Nosh, in the same space as Aurora, will retain Aurora's wide-open kitchen.When Aurora announced its closing early last month, owners Celeste and Avner Samuel hinted that they were in the process of searching for a location for a brand new concept. Looks like their search is over, and ... More >>
Sara KerensThough this may look great, we were not impressed.This week's Dallas food blog coverage is a sampling of Vietnamese feasts and uncommonly bad food, a stolen can of Whoopass and stale popcorn, an elaborate post-Gospel Last Supper and vegan barbecue, and more highlights. Check ... More >>
Well, we wish we could say the month of June was a great one with some long-awaited restaurants finally making their debut, but as they were coming, others were going. As we said hello to the Torchy's, we were forced to say goodbye to Cafe Madrid in the Bishop Arts. As the new Brownstone R ... More >>
2007 started with the scent of napalm in the morning
After unloading his tapas bar Rouge on Lovers Lane, it appears Joseph Gutierriz--brought here by exotic motor head Scott Ginsburg to revive the ill-fated Voltaire (and later the big boo-boo Bamboo Bamboo)--has moved back to Phoenix, but not before unloading Tutto on McKinney Avenue for $250K. Gutier ... More >>
After a decade, Ziziki's still going strong
Tristan Simon unloads Genghis Grill
Which establishments have the best waitstaff?
In Dallas restaurants, 2003 was all about smoke. The future may be all about hooch.
Colleyville eatery strikes a pose
Fading flashiness marked the year in Dallas dining
New wine bar to open in late January
New global tapas bar opening on McKinney Avenue
No Fork over; Gorman gallops
French meat munch
The Dallas scene was everywhere -- and nowhere -- in 1999
Eating at Mel's on Main takes uncommon valor
Abacus counts its blessings;
Bruno and Judy do Ellum
Soho Food hits the right notes; Ocean Grill & Jazz blows cold
1998 was a year of lusty carnivores, raw fish, and orgiastic indulgence
Pool tables and glitzy food make a joint the Joint
Don your rhinestone tiara: The Pyramid's prix-fixe dinner is the best deal in town