Kyle Noonan and Josh Sepkowitz first met while attending SMU. After graduating they took off in different directions and career paths, Noonan with the Pappas restaurant group and Sepkowitz as a financial analyst on Wall Street. After more than a decade in their perspective careers, both decided to c ... More >>
“I’ll be there for you ... and others in our census bracket”
Dallas leads the nation in over-regulating farmers markets — which is why we have so few of them.
For the past month and a half we've been tracking a Frenchman's endeavor into restaurant ownership, as he transforms what started as an empty shell into JoJo, an upscale pan-Mediterranean restaurant and bar on Howell Street in Uptown. Laurent Poupart started his career as a chef in Strasbourg, Fra ... More >>
Cambodian immigrants are growing and selling a plant so invasive it's banned in several states. How did you think that water spinach ended up in your bowl?
Chef Braden Wages of Malai Thai in the West Village is originally from upstate New York. He and his wife, Yasmin, who is from Weatherfod, met while in school at Cornell. Running a restaurant was a long-term dream for both of them. But the concept for that place was based on a what sounds like an epi ... More >>
Yaser Khalaf, owner of Medina and Baboush in the West Village, traveled throughout the Middle East and Europe as a child. Then in college, he traversed America, Route 66-style, in a van in which he literally blew the engine. His life-long passion for food, culture and people helped mold him into a s ... More >>
Two things. First, I would like for people to quit bitching about my photo. One guy wrote in that he found it "disturbing." Well, WTF, Einstein. It's not meant to be a sympathy card. Second: Another guy wrote in with a really good idea yesterday. I had written about how the city is persecuti ... More >>
Is There Any Nightlife in Plano?
After two decades, the West End is a pale shadow of its former self. Will it rise again?
Many Dallas restaurants welcome dogs--at considerable risk
Dallas restaurateurs weather a year of many valleys, few peaks