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    How 'Bout Them Knockers: Tuk Tuk Asian Cuisine

    Into the seventh circle with Dante's duck from Tuk Tuk ? Each week in 'Knockers' we order from a different delivery restaurant, assessing their efficiency and keeping a running score. Tuk Tuk Asian Cuisine 1520 Elm St., #115 214-749-1538 Promis...

    @ City of Ate by Patrick Michels on September 21, 2009 @ 2:08 pm
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    First Look: Public House, Denton

    Public House in Denton ain't no ordinary cocktail adventure. Inside you'll find a mix of sophistication with booze, beer and more beer. Set up like a restaurant, with tables resting throughout and the bar smack dab in the middle of everything, colleg...

    @ City of Ate by Carli Baylor on September 21, 2009 @ 12:35 pm
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    Hash Over: Festivals Highlight Thai, Greek And Uptown Food; Cupcakes For A Cause; Scotch And Wine Dinners

    Three different festivals this weekend will highlight cuisine from around the world: Greece, Thailand, and, perhaps most foreign of all, Uptown. The Dallas Greek Food Festival at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church (13555 Hillcrest Road) showcases G...

    @ City of Ate by Jesse Hughey on September 21, 2009 @ 12:00 pm
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    Question Of The Week: Should Restaurants Really Have Live Music Or A DJ?

    ? Last Friday I was sitting at Cretia's, eating dinner and watching a crew set up for live entertainment. The space is small enough for amplified music to drown nearby conversation. Crank it up, the restaurant could obliterate all form of in...

    @ City of Ate by Dave Faries on September 18, 2009 @ 4:30 pm
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    And The Winner Is...

    Pepperidge Farm sent two boxes of crackers to my office. Wilonsky saw them and ran over to Jimmy's, returning with some cured meat and a hunk of cheese. My desk is now covered by crumbs, two empty boxes, white wrapping paper of the kind you find at, ...

    @ City of Ate by Dave Faries on September 18, 2009 @ 3:49 pm
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    Handle The Proof: The Lost Art Of The Aperitif

    ? Ah, the drink before dinner. Yes, I'm guilty of slamming...I mean sipping...a martini or two while waiting for a table. But my behavior changes when I'm traveling through Europe. Instead of gin, I'll order sherry or vermouth, perhaps a Ca...

    @ City of Ate by Dave Faries on September 18, 2009 @ 3:11 pm
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    First Look: Sambuca 360

    ? Raise your hand if you're sick to death of the big ol' fuss over "cougars." Really, what's so morbidly fascinating about a woman of a certain age who likes to get her freak on? Forty is the new 20 after all, right? All things being e...

    @ City of Ate by Lisa Petty on September 18, 2009 @ 11:51 am
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    Review and Gallery: Eno's Pizza Tavern

    ? This week, Dave seeks out a bigger slice of the pie, with a trip to Eno's Pizza Tavern. For the full Eno's experience, though, take a stroll through the dining room, kitchen and bar, and have a very brief encounter with the pizza oven's open flame...

    @ City of Ate by Patrick Michels on September 17, 2009 @ 7:03 pm
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    Hophead: Magic Hat Conjures Seasonal Sample Pack

    Magic Hat Chocolate Belgian Stout, Fall 2009 Odd Notion ? Vermont brewing company Magic Hat has a fall sampler that is making its way to Texas beer stores, which according to the company marks the arrival of the brewer's full line of beers in the ...

    @ City of Ate by Jesse Hughey on September 17, 2009 @ 6:12 pm
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    Cafe San Miguel vs Bongos Cantina: Al Pastor Altercation

    ? Because Mexico celebrated their declaration of independence one day this week--and independence day another (and again in the spring, if you count Cinco de Mayo, as some do)--we decided to join in the festivities. You know, by eating tacos. Al pa...

    @ City of Ate by Dave Faries on September 17, 2009 @ 4:39 pm
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    Denton's Not So Mean Green

    ? What kind of food do people usually associate with a college town? Fast food joints and rundown bars serving cheap beer and gooey, greasy cheese fries--also cheap--come to mind. But in their late teens, some of the Baby Boom generation t...

    @ City of Ate by Carli Baylor on September 17, 2009 @ 2:31 pm
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    Short Orders: Mi Pueblo

    ? Mi Pueblo 8010 Bedford-Euless Rd. Richland Hills 817-605-3434 There's a reason no one ventures to the mid-cities unless forced to--at least from downtown Dallas. Whether you take Tom Landry or the Airport Freeway, whether it's rush hour or sometim...

    @ City of Ate by Dave Faries on September 17, 2009 @ 1:56 pm
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    Veggie Guy: Dream Cafe, Addison

    ? Back when I first went veg, I was living in some douchey apartment in Addison. The place itself was fine, but I couldn't stand all those McFestivals the town of Addison would hold right outside of my building. I remember fighting crowds j...

    @ City of Ate by Eddie Garza on September 17, 2009 @ 12:40 pm
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    Appetite For Instruction: Churro-ccino

    Recipe Demonstrated by Micah Horton of The Pearl Cup ? Talk about overnight success. Carlene Saelg and Rita Davis' Pearl Cup Espresso Bar opened seven months ago on Henderson Ave. and buzzed its way to the top of the local indie coffee ...

    @ City of Ate by Lisa Petty on September 17, 2009 @ 11:47 am
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    Top Five Surprises In DFW Stadium Food

    Are you buying what he's selling? Or are you waiting for the cart? ? Seattle has ballpark sushi, San Francisco spawned a garlic fry renaissance, and the world can thank St. Louis' Gateway Grizzlies for the Krispy Kreme burger. But there was a time...

    @ City of Ate by Patrick Michels on September 16, 2009 @ 4:27 pm
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    Pairing Off: Chips Ahoy

    ? Each week, Pairing Off attempts to find just the right bottle of wine to go with ordinary food. At some point we must outgrow milk and cookies. So as adults, what do we resort to? Coffee and cookies? I guess if we want to be adult in the Sam Spad...

    @ City of Ate by Dave Faries on September 16, 2009 @ 2:01 pm
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    They Really Seem To Care

    I found this release in my inbox. It begins: "I wanted to share information for a new project lead by Chef Mario Batali and/or Country Music superstar Martina McBride called Share the Table. It is near and dear to their hearts." The and/or part is...

    @ City of Ate by Dave Faries on September 16, 2009 @ 1:10 pm
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    On The Range: Migas

    A Spanish version of migas. ? On The Range is a weekly exploration of the history and lore of Texas menu items. Eggs, tortilla strips, onions, chiles, and cheese. Or bread, oil & vinegar, spinach, alfalfa, and....licorice flavoring?? Believe it...

    @ City of Ate by Chris Meesey on September 16, 2009 @ 12:22 pm
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    Jay Jerrier Loves Italian Pizza, But He Just Can't Break Up With Pepperoni

    ? "In Naples, a pizza maker is kinda like a rock star." It's been a year since Jay Jerrier, co-owner of Campania in Southlake, fired up a mobile oven and took his show on the road. Now Cane Rosso gourmet pizza catering is one of the hott...

    @ City of Ate by Lisa Petty on September 16, 2009 @ 11:45 am
  • Jorge's Tex-Mex reaches for the ordinary and beyond in its upscale digs.

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    Jorge's Tex-Mex reaches for the ordinary and beyond in its upscale digs.

    Tex-Mex establishments usually thrive on the come-as-you-are crowd, drawing from a vast array of jeans and ball caps and, long about brunch on Sunday, ashen faces desperately in need of warmed chips. But there's a strange vibe at Jorge's Tex-Mex ...

    by Dave Faries on December 24, 2009
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