We hear you, DFW. No more screaming, "WHAT'S HAPPENING? AND IF THERE IS ANYTHING HAPPENING, ARE THERE CHILDRENS' TICKETS?" into the void. Starting this week, and every week forever after, we present you with a down-and-dirty schedule of food and drink-related events. You can always find more event ... More >>
To prepare for this fall's Best of Dallas® 2014 issue, we're counting down (in no particular order) our 100 Favorite Dishes. If there's a dish you think we need to try, leave it in the comments, or email me. You could argue that the grilled cheese sandwich was fine enough as originally intended: M ... More >>
The good news is: Dallas will not crumble tomorrow if a new cheeseburger isn't debuted in the city limits. All new cheeseburgers are welcome, of course: I'm not purporting some sort of cheeseburger xenophobia here. I'm just saying that on the burger majesty scale we here in Dallas are Burger Kings. ... More >>
But only when the chefs in charge deliver what their menus promise.
Beauty between bread.
I am a hand-crafted food lover. I spend way too much time making meatballs and go out of my way to find out if the mayonnaise on my sandwich was emulsified on site that morning or arrived in a giant plastic tub. There is one item though I usually prefer when it's mass produced: potato chips. Try as ... More >>
Remember the upscale doughnuts at Rosemont? Tracy Miller drops a dense batter in hot oil, resulting in pastries that resemble a sweet, fresh version of the cake doughnuts you buy in bags at the grocery store. The doughnuts at East Hampton Sandwich Company in Snider Plaza are served in a bag, but the ... More >>
September was another churning month for the Dallas restaurant community. Sisu opened in Uptown, Ser took over the 27th floor of the Hilton Anatole and Campo said goodbye. Read on for the full list of openings and closings and be sure to share tips about shifts in the scene in the comments section b ... More >>
See Also: The Lobster Roll Smack Down The East Hampton Sandwich Company opened Wednesday in Snider Plaza (Lovers and Hillcrest). Owner Hunter Pond recently ditched law school to test his hand in the local restaurant business (he makes no bones about it - he emphatically hated law school). When Po ... More >>