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  • Blogs

    May 28, 2014

    10 Dallas Places We'd Like to See Host Concerts

    From Deep Ellum to downtown, Fort Worth to Frisco, there are scores of great places to catch concerts throughout Dallas and the surrounding areas. Every once in a while, though, we like to let our imaginations run free. What if some of our favorite places to hang out suddenly hosted that dream perfo ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 21, 2014

    Only at Mutt's Cantina Can You Eat a Decent Burger While Being Watched by Live Animals

    Mutt's Cantina will make you feel like the very model of a major American eater. I did, anyway, at the newish dogparkstaurant in Uptown, which I visited yesterday. What's more American than eating a bacon cheeseburger while freshly live animals look on? An evening at Mutt's, beginning to end, is s ... More >>

  • Blogs

    April 18, 2014

    Four Corners Brewing Lets the "Secret" Out About Its Worker Bee Blend

    You know how some fast food joints have a "secret menu?" In order to make you feel like an exclusive, in-the-know customer, these places have come up with combinations of ubiquitous ingredients that most, if not all, of their employees know how to whip together. If you order a Quesarito at Chipotle, ... More >>

  • Blogs

    March 11, 2014

    Hotel St. Germain's Norman Grimm on Sneaking F-bombs and Pork into His Kitchen

    Chef Norman Grimm's work was highly praised at Kitchen LTO, but all good things must come to an end, and at LTO it happens fast. After a four-month stint at the newly-opened pop-up spot in Trinity Groves, the 23-year restaurant industry veteran accepted the executive chef position at Hotel St. Germa ... More >>

  • Blogs

    December 5, 2013

    Jim Cantore, Here's Where To Eat In Dallas While You're Covering The "Storm"

    Holy Smokes! Jim Cantore, welcome to Dallas! Your passion for extreme weather precedes you, and your arrival has struck fear into the hearts of Dallasites everywhere. It's true! Many locals are terrified of inclement weather that doesn't involve tornadoes, and completely unaware of how to best resp ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 14, 2012

    BrewFest, Next-Mex, Openings and Benton's Bacon: This Week In Dallas Dining

    Gloomy day in Dallas today, and the weekend promises to deliver more of the same. Perhaps a little liquid sunshine will brighten your weekend? I know I'm excited to try a few hundred beers while strolling around the Arts District. Before we start celebrating beer, though, we have a week to wrap up, ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 24, 2012

    Study: Dallas Diners Eat Out More Than Any Other City. Like, A Lot More.

    Speaking of Dallas being unfit to walk from here-to-there without grasping a building ... According to a study on Bundle, which attempted to break down the stats on dining out in American cities, Dallasites are eating out more often than any major city. Yes, even New York City. Hard to imag --[fin ... More >>

  • Blogs

    March 26, 2012

    Perini Ranch and Steakhouse is the Only Texas Burger Mecca to Make Food & Wine's Top 25

    Last week, Food & Wine magazine listed what it considers the 25 best burgers in the nation. The nation, okay? So, I'm thinking cattle-speckled Texas has got to be on their fancy list, based on the odds of landmass alone. Plus, there are some pretty solid chefs in the southwest who know their way a ... More >>

  • Blogs

    December 29, 2011

    The Ten Most-Read City of Ate Stories of 2011

    We made it. Another year of writing, bitching and photo-taking, primarily centered around stuffing our faces. Only a few days remain before we strap ourselves in and start the whole process again. Before we welcome 2012, though, let's take a look at what we've done with 2011. Here are City of Ate's ... More >>

  • Blogs

    October 4, 2011

    October's Openings and Closings from the Dallas Restaurant Scene

    As summer comes to an end, a number of restaurants have opened and closed their doors. In-N-Out Burger continued its Texas growth with an Arlington location late last month. Lover's Lane Olive Oil Company expanded from its flagship store, Grapevine Olive Oil Company, and set up shop on West Lovers L ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 23, 2011

    Ten Fictional Foods (and Beverages, Of Course) We Wish Were Real

    "Mmm-mmmm, that is a tasty buger."​Throughout movie and television history, there have been fake foods and drinks that have given us the urge to punch through our TVs and force-feed the goods into our faces. Here we stroll through of our favorite faux products.Big Kahuna BurgerScrew In-N-Out ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 20, 2011

    At Last Night's Superintendent Search Town Hall, Way More Questions Than Answers

    Photo by Anna MerlanQuite the crowd at last night's superintendent search town hall​Here's what we know about the Dallas Independent School District's search for a new superintendent to replace Michael Hinojosa: nothing. Here are the criteria the trustees have agreed on for what they'd like to see ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 12, 2011

    Vegetables are Good, but Doughnuts are Better

    Sara KerensJonathon's Oak Cliff​This week, RedFork regained momentum, Denton students got healthier options, and one writer decided that doughnuts are tasty. City of Ate Can a restaurant with a minuscule kitchen and forgettable beef burger really be all that good? Scott Reitz pretty much said ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 26, 2011

    USA Today: "Move to Texas." Ish.

    ​In hotels all across the country this morning, folks are rising and shining to that bit of advice courtesy this state of the state, which, like everyone else, is just waiting for Rick Perry to jump into the pool of GOP candidates and begin talking about how The Great State of Texas is a jobs-maki ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 25, 2011

    Top Golf = Good. Top Magic = Even Better.

    ​You like golf. But not for five hours in 100-degree heat while paying $50. Oh yeah, and you like Skeeball. And bowling, right? Then I've got your solution. TopGolf, which now has two locations, one in Dallas and the newest one in Allen. I beat the heat Saturday afternoon at TopGolf ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 5, 2011

    On The New Neon Sign In Deep Ellum...

    ​The tunnels are long gone. But on Good-Latimer Expressway, near where they once stood, another entrance marker for quite some time welcomed visitors to the music-centric neighborhood just east of downtown Dallas -- an old neon sign that, if a little rustic (and thankfully so), more than served it ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 1, 2011

    Sonic to Sell Beer and Wine Following Burger King's "Whopper Bar"

    Burger King​Nothing's more uplifting than getting drunk on a fast food patio and wolfing a foot-long chili cheese dog from Sonic. Which is the feeling we're guessing Sonic is attempting to capitalize on by the decision to sell alcohol. Either that, or it's just copying Burger King. (Never a go ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 1, 2011

    Revolving Doors: Summer Cooks Up Some New Eateries

    ​Another month flies by, and with it, a batch of restaurants opened and closed. In-N-Out Burger set up shop in Dallas-proper this month, and surprisingly enough, wasn't bombarded by hoards of burger-lovers. We guess everyone got their fill of the Californian mega-chain last month. The Coffee Lab ( ... More >>

  • Blogs

    June 30, 2011

    Filipino Food: At Least One Reason to Envy California

    Photos by Kristy YangFilipino-style pigs feet. Yes, you will love them.​(Walk the Wok correspondent Kristy Yang has been taking some very long walks lately, so we thought we'd have her tell us about Asian food elsewhere. Presumably, City of Aters do step out of the In-N-Out line now and then a ... More >>

  • Blogs

    June 25, 2011

    Last Night All Day Yesterday: Warped Tour Kicks Off Its 17th Summer-Long Tour in Dallas

    Warped Tour LaunchGexa Energy Pavilion June 24, 2011 Better than: spending all day on traffic control at the new In-N-Out Burger. Rachel ParkerThe crazy kids today and their crowd-surfing ways.​Let's address the elephant with the pink tutu standing in the corner: Sure, there were doubts about t ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 31, 2011

    Revolving Doors: Restaurants Come In, and They Go Out

    ​The month of May has proven to be an eventful one. The Californian mega-chain In-N-Out Burger made its Texas debut in Frisco and Allen, The Cedars Social finally celebrated its grand opening, and plenty more new culinary establishments have popped up along the way. Not to mention, a few have clos ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 27, 2011

    Food Trucks! All About Food Trucks! Because Food Tastes Better With a Side of Exhaust.

    Breast-milk ice cream. Seriously, what is wrong with people?​If you're not charmed by the food truck fad, then this week may have been slightly dull. If a food truck sighting is tantamount to spying a unicorn or an In-N-Out, then the blogosphere has some good news for you. It has something fo ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 20, 2011

    Eight Quick and Easy Rapture Meals

    If this is The End, we're getting KFC Double Downs.​The end of the world cometh this Saturday, right y'all? We figure, whether we believe that or not, better to be safe (and full of cheesecakes) than sorry. So, here's our list of eight quick and easy rapture meals your whole family can enjoy: ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 20, 2011

    In-N-Out's Here. What's Left to Talk About?

    ​This week, presumably, Dallas has moved past waiting three hours for and crying over hamburgers. We're on to more sophisticated things, like hamburgers with 8,000 calories, ballpark grub and how much we all hate the word "gooey." Read on. City of Ate Jenny Block couldn't find much wrong with ... More >>

  • News

    May 19, 2011

    Leonys Martin's Long Ride to Center

    The Rangers' newest prospect fled communism in Cuba for center field in Frisco. He won't be there for long.

  • Blogs

    May 12, 2011

    Of Baseball's Litany of Dumb Rules, the Wet Dream Tops the List. Right Mitch Moreland?

    ​Going to Frisco tonight for the debut of Cuban defector/Texas Rangers' stud prospect Leonys Martin. Or am I? Maybe I'll go and sit in traffic and have a hot dog and two cold ones and Martin will dazzle with a two hits and a stolen base and ... then it will rain and I'll drive home like i ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 6, 2011

    Of In-N-Out and Crabs...Our Inner 12-Year-Old Howls With Laughter

    He's dead! Shot in the head! Please pass the bread! Stay classy, Dallas.​It sounds like soft shell crabs and In-N-Out are finally coming to Dallas, so it's been a good week in Dallas food blogs. Read on. City of Ate Kristy Yang has some mixed feelings about Il Cane Rosso. She was disappointed ... More >>

  • Blogs

    March 16, 2011

    Hanna Raskin To Leave Observer, Taking Her Opinions and Her Bikes to Seattle

    ​When Eater last published my picture, Nancy Nichols told the crowd at Sidedish that it looked like I needed to eat more. Her remark was perhaps snide, perhaps sexist, but definitely true. I've lost 10 pounds since moving to Dallas, a result of my nightmarish reaction to short Texas ragweed and a ... More >>

  • Blogs

    March 14, 2011

    Food & Wine Puts One Texas Burger on Top 25 List

    Burgers are so popular in Texas that state Representative Dan Flynn recently proposed making the hamburger the state's official state sandwich, but Food & Wine could only find one example worthy of including on its new "25 Best Burgers in the U.S." list. Sara KerensNot one of the best burgers in th ... More >>

  • Blogs

    January 3, 2011

    A Bueno Brunch At Buena Vista Cafe, Home of Irish Coffee

    Photos by Andrea Grimes and Man O' The HourThis is as clear as we could get our packed table for a shot of the Buena Vista Cafe's trademark Irish Coffee.​Generally speaking, I don't recommend visiting restaurants that have attached gift shops if you are over the age of 10. And really, if you're un ... More >>

  • Blogs

    November 3, 2010

    Miss Behavin': Central 214's Blythe Beck
    Gets Down, Dirty and Delicious

    Photo courtesy of Central 214Central 214's executive chef Blythe Beck​ Her first name ain't baby, it's Blythe, Miss Beck if you're naughty She dresses in pink. She loves diamonds. And she says that what food really wants is for you to "love on it." I'm speaking, of course, about Blythe Beck, ... More >>

  • Blogs

    October 22, 2010

    Bad Burgers, Hookahs, Vegans
    and Other Things You Love on the Web

    This week: Alice Laussade explains why candy corn sucks.​As the city descends into crisper temperatures and adopts an orangey hue, seasonal ingredients are rolling into grocery stores while local chefs and food fans are reacting accordingly. So what else is new? Dallas Morning News Leslie Bre ... More >>

  • Blogs

    October 18, 2010

    Lettuce Wrap Up: Puck Wolfgang! and Frozen Ghost Vodka

    The Fair's left us...​As the State Fair roller coaster eases back into the station, the setting sun is casting a clichéd orange glow and Dallas bloggers are beginning to reminisce about what they wish they'd seen. Five Sixty initially wanted to see a gaggle of veterans in pressed khakis and past ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 23, 2010

    Foodies Beware, Jack Perkins Would Like
    To Have a Few Words

    Photo by Robert BostickMaple & Motor's Jack Perkins gives a finger to "foodies."​Yesterday, Three-Course meal profiled Jack Perkins, who grills up one of the city's most popular hamburgers at Maple & Motor. Today, Perkins gives his thoughts on foodies, good and bad burgers and the best wine to ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 27, 2010

    Burger Battle Round Two: Farnatchi vs. Square Burger

    Square Burger​Earlier this year Toque brought you the throw-down between up-and-coming chain Five Guys Burger and the Oak Cliff standard, Wingfield's Breakfast and Burger. It was a messy proposition that actually took us to many burger fronts all in one day. We visited Smashburger and Mooyah, as t ... More >>

  • Blogs

    June 3, 2010

    Timeless Greaseballs and Frosty Brews Down At the Dairy-Ette

    Photos by Patrick Michels​Dairy-ette 9785 Ferguson Road (214) 327-9983 Dude Factor: 9 (or Bodacious), on a scale of 1 (Ferdinand the Bull) to 10 (Bevo).After a long weekend soaking up culture down in Ennis, and sun out at the FOE pool, yesterday's return to traffic, cubicle walls and that car alar ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 26, 2010

    In-N-Out With Some High-N-Tight End-of-the-Day Follow-Ups to Which We Plead Guilty

    ​Where to begin? Let's go with Your Texas Rangers, who were back in bankruptcy court in Fort Worth for the second day of "first day" proceedings following Monday's voluntary Chapter 11 filing. Reports the Associated Press, U.S. District Judge D. Michael Lynn finally decided after a bidding war bet ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 7, 2010

    Dallas Is Fat City. And It's Only Getting Fatter.

    ​When last we took a peek at Men's Health's list of America's fattest cities, Dallas came in at No. 6. But that was two years and, apparently, 13,923 trips to Whataburger ago. Because now: We're No. 4! We're No. 4! We're No. 4! And that ain't all: Corpus Christi comes in at No. 1; El Paso at No. 3 ... More >>

  • Blogs

    April 30, 2010

    Food Biz Is On The Uptick If Restaurant Openings Is Any Measure

    ​Tacos, tacos, tacos. That should be the theme of this month's Revolving Doors. With Rusty Taco finally opening their doors, the Austin-based Torchy's Taco making a move to Dallas this summer, and Fuzzy Tacos and Urban Taco adding more locations, that's all anyone can talk about lately. Well, we ... More >>

  • Blogs

    April 1, 2010

    Snuffer's and Scotty P's Go Head to Head in Our Coronary Cheese Fry Conflict

    Snuffer's Glorious Pile O'Fries​There are occasions when even the best of us have that animalistic craving for something basic, something wonderful, something loaded with cheese and bacon. After all, as City of Aters know, everything is better with bacon.I am waxing on about the perfect burger sta ... More >>

  • Blogs

    March 23, 2010

    Look Out: Census Says Everyone's Coming to Dallas (and Fort Worth and Arlington)!

    Click to expand the population change map posted by the U.S. Census Bureau today.​The CNN headline, just posted, says it all: "Census Bureau: Dallas posts biggest population gain." That's based on July 1, 2009, population estimates released today, which say that Dallas and Houston gained about 140 ... More >>

  • Blogs

    March 18, 2010

    One in a Series, Apparently: Jobs Coming to North Texas From Taxifornia

    ​Yesterday, The Orange County Register reported that a manufacturer of automotive fan clutches and transmission oil coolers is moving from California to Texas -- Grapevine and Lewisville, to be exact -- which will impact close to 100 workers, a majority of whom will be offered an opportunity to mo ... More >>

  • Blogs

    January 22, 2010

    And The Winner Is...

    ​OK, so I should have had this thing posted half an hour ago.But, you see, I just finished a long conversation with Jesse "Hophead" Hughey on the relative value of doing beer flights in a crowded pub. Before that I was involved in a discussion about rye whiskey. Then our receptionist--I wasn't ha ... More >>

  • Blogs

    November 18, 2009

    Smashburger > Whataburger?

    ​I like the football played by Dallas Cowboys' offensive linemen Leonard Davis and Marc Colombo. Even like their music, in the form of Free Reign. But will I like their food? Today - right about now as a matter of fact - a new Smashburger (owned by Davis and Colombo) opens in Addison on Belt ... More >>

  • Dining

    November 15, 2007
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    August 21, 2006

    Dearly Departed

    As the sun sets over the rolling waves of Ventura County, the Cowboys say adios before moving on to...San Antonio. Not the same. Not even close. No one's particularly happy that the Dallas Cowboys have broken training camp in Oxnard, California, for the last time. Not the media, which drools over t ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 14, 2006

    Bridge Over Troubled Waters

    We had our theories as to why Charlie Waters might have missed his radio broadcast as the Dallas Cowboys' on-air analyst, but it really was as simple as his contract gave him an out, so he took it. You would have too. If you turned on the TV Saturday night to see Drew Bledsoe, you instead got Tony ... More >>

  • News

    February 27, 2003

    Play Ball

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