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    Pomodoro/Arcodoro move? Rumors swirl that the owners of Pomodoro/ Arcodoro on Cedar Springs Road are attempting to work a deal to purchase a defunct Cedar Street bar location (at Stephan Pyles' former Baby Routh) to house the pair of restaurants,...

    by Mark Stuertz on January 28, 1999
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    Poor man's prime - Dunston's smokes out affordable steak

    I read a blurb recently in a Windy City magazine about actor Scott Jaeck. He was lovingly described as "movie star handsome" and "as wonderful [kind, sensitive, intelligent] as he looks." Jaeck is poised to assume the role of Peck, the male lead in P...

    by Mark Stuertz on January 28, 1999
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    Jensen goes barley Mark Jensen--onetime chef of the Thomas Avenue Beverage Company and the Green Elephant, and chef-owner of the now defunct Mark's on Henderson--has a new Dallas gig. He's the new chef of The Barley House on Henderson, and he's m...

    by Mark Stuertz on January 21, 1999
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    Oldie but goodie - Lawry's The Prime Rib: an old wrinkle ahead of its time

    Perusing all the splashy newspaper pix and verbiage gushing over the lineup at the 1999 Detroit Auto Show has been weird. It is, of course, an insufferable cliche to say "everything old is new again." And "retro" is a term horribly worn and carelessl...

    by Mark Stuertz on January 21, 1999
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    Okianos goes SoHo Opening this past weekend, Okianos, the Mediterranean seafood restaurant on Belt Line Road in Addison, emerged as SoHo Food, Drink & Jazz following extensive remodeling begun in early October. Chris Finch, former sous chef of Ch...

    by Mark Stuertz on January 14, 1999
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    Thai one on - Two strip-mall restaurants offer decent, basic Southeast Asian fare

    Living in Dallas, among shiny mirrored buildings, burgeoning mutual funds, and low unemployment, it's easy to lose global perspective. The economy is acutely robust. There's a Nordstrom going into NorthPark. The Cowboys didn't do so hot, but there's ...

    by Mark Stuertz on January 14, 1999
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    Stinky stogie? There's something funny going on at Lone Wolf, Chuck Norris' and Dennis Overstreet's restaurant and cigar and wine bar that appears to have been shuttered permanently. A rumor was circulating in late November that Lone Wolf was set...

    by Mark Stuertz on January 7, 1999
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    Bare-knuckle steak - Sullivan's isn't a knockout, but the points add up

    Just by their numbers and consistent rosters, steakhouses have inevitably become orgies of predictability. Everything is so much the same. No surprises. No skyscraper food threatening to puncture your chin. No bizarre sea creatures dressed in mango c...

    by Mark Stuertz on January 7, 1999
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    Let 'em eat loin - 1998 was a year of lusty carnivores, raw fish, and orgiastic indulgence

    Don't let your meat loaf Eating healthy is hazardous to your well-being. I can prove it. In the fall issue of American Outlook, writer Dennis Avery explains the inherent risks of poisoning your body with too much health consciousness. Accord...

    by Mark Stuertz on December 31, 1998
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    Bull rider Lisa Balliet, opening executive chef of Stephan Pyles' AquaKnox before her sudden departure early last year, has turned up in Lakewood to undertake a new project: the transformation of The Cock & Bull. She'll partner with Cock & Bull o...

    by Mark Stuertz on December 24, 1998
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    Rough edges - Although the food is a cut above, Moonshine Cafe needs to sharpen its service

    On my first visit to Moonshine Cafe, the fine-dining divot below The Palace nightclub off Lower Greenville, my thoughts didn't coagulate around the "New Creole" menu. Or the New Orleans street-scene mural smeared on the rear wall with real windows sc...

    by Mark Stuertz on December 24, 1998
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    Star shuffle Star Concepts--the group Carlson Restaurants Worldwide created to absorb Star Canyon and AquaKnox after the T.G.I. Friday's parent (presumably) gave owners Stephan Pyles, Michael Cox, and TCBY Enterprises President Herren Hickingboth...

    by Mark Stuertz on December 17, 1998
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    Swimming raw in Cowtown - Pangaea brings sushi and more to Fort Worth

    Pangaea has a beautiful fish tank lodged in one wall. Crowds of orange, purple, and striped cichlids (perchlike freshwater fish found in South America, Africa, Sri Lanka, and India) swim among the plants and reddish rocks. They look like submerged Ca...

    by Mark Stuertz on December 17, 1998
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    Carrollton lights up Barely two weeks after the Dallas Environmental Health Commission held hearings exploring whether Dallas should toughen its relatively permissive public-smoking ordinance, the city of Carrollton eased its ban on smoking in pu...

    by Mark Stuertz on December 10, 1998
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    Pig in a poke - With mostly tasty meat, Texas de Brazil stumbles over swine

    Disturbing news hit the papers the day after Thanksgiving. The hog market collapsed. "Hog Market Collapses on Glut of Animals," read one headline. "Swine prices at the farm are at their lowest level in 27 years," said one report. Farmers are shipping...

    by Mark Stuertz on December 10, 1998
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    Rawhide Italian - Antonio Ristorante revels in successful simplicity

    There are many reasons to love carpaccio. First, the word rolls off the tongue with such musicality, it's impossible to avoid a self-satisfied smirk once the final vowel is successfully squeezed through puckered lips. Second, the dish is drenched in ...

    by Mark Stuertz on December 3, 1998
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    Old San Francisco Old San Francisco Steak House, the San Antonio based restaurant chain featuring the "girl in the red velvet swing" where a young woman boards a bar swing every 45 minutes and kicks a pair of cow bells attached to the ceiling, ha...

    by Mark Stuertz on December 3, 1998
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    Restaurant crash? The Wall Street Journal recently reported that stock market fluctuations are sending shivers through the New York restaurant scene. The Big Apple's dining frequency is in decline, high-end spending growth is flat, and restaurant...

    by Mark Stuertz on November 26, 1998
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    Getting to the heart - Pappas Brothers is belly-full of old-fashioned decadence

    Dining at Pappas Brothers Steakhouse left a question weighing heavily on my mind: What the hell has happened to cholesterol levels, blood pressure, and red meat phobia? The stench of such concerns doesn't pollute Pappas' ambiance. It's as though it's...

    by Mark Stuertz on November 26, 1998
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    Mountain of hope - Food is rocky, but Ararat still rises

    Food isn't everything. Other elements play a significant role in a successful dining experience. For one, there's service that delivers clean forks with every course instead of placing the dirty one from your finished plate next to your white shirtsl...

    by Mark Stuertz on November 19, 1998
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