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  • Kebabs with a Cult Following
    September 19 at 4 a.m. by Kathy Tran

    An old-school diner in a strip mall, between a big-box retailer and a controversial spa? That’s a misleading first impression for Eat Street Kabab Factory, a family-run restaurant that is, in fact, one of the Dallas area’s best places to eat foods…

     
  • Crushing It at GrapeFest
    September 18 at 4:17 p.m. by Brian Maschino

    Wine in Grapevine drew the crowds. They came for the music, food, atmosphere, and grape-based alcoholic products. Photos by Brian Maschino

     
  • Bratwurst and Beers: A German Oktoberfest in Addison
    September 18 at 3:57 p.m. by Brian Maschino

    This year marked thirty years of recreating an authentic Oktoberfest experience in Addison, Texas. Folks came from all over to drink beer, eat wurst, shop the marketplace and listen to German music. Photos by Brian Maschino

     

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  • Chocolate, as Far as the Eye Can See
    September 10 at 7 p.m. by Kathy Tran

    The Dallas Chocolate Festival was hosted this year at the Fashion Industry Gallery in Downtown Dallas. Vendors from not only around Dallas, but from around the Nation came to show their culinary creations in a very sweet way. Guests in attendance…

     
  • Fritzl's Euro Grill: Delicious Schnitzel and More
    September 5 at 4 a.m. by Kathy Tran

    Fritzl’s Euro Grill defies expectations in many ways. It advertises itself as a biergarten, but has only a small, seasonal patio and doesn’t feature the long, communal tables which my imagination conjured up. Instead the interior, which is tiny,…

     
  • The Top Winners from the Big Tex Awards
    August 28 at 11:13 a.m. by Kathy Tran

    The Big Tex Awards had 10 fried food finalists for the State fair of Texas. The funnel cake bacon queso burger earning both trophies for "Best taste savory" and "Most creative". The gulf coastfish bowl (alcoholic drink) reeled in "Best taste…

     
  • Meating the Finish Line with a Fight
    August 27 at 8:43 p.m. by Brian Maschino

    On Saturday, August 26, revelers and meat eaters gathered in McKinney to eat competitively at 12 stations that featured beer, meats and sweets. It was the Meat Fight 1K 2017 and it was epic. Photos by Brian Maschino

     
  • Sassetta: Stylish, Tasty and Affordable
    August 22 at 4 a.m. by Alison McLean

    Step inside the bar and restaurant of Sassetta in the Design District. You will discover delicious, affordable food, good music, a great Midcentury setting, and tasty cocktails. Photos by Alison McLean

     
  • Meatless Times at the Vegan Market
    August 21 at 11:36 a.m. by Kathy Tran

    Shoppers gathered at the Vegan Market on Saturday, August 19, 2017. You can find vegan leather hand bags, buy eggs right from the chicken dealer or find a yourself a new vegan plug. All photos by Kathy Tran.

     
  • Meet the Finalists In This Year's Big Tex Awards
    August 16 at 10:02 a.m. by Beth Rankin

    Today the State Fair of Texas unveiled the finalists in this year's 13th Annual Big Tex Choice Awards food competition, a deep-fried, sugar-filled contest that, this year, saw 47 entries. This year, there will be winners in three categories: Best…

     
  • Boho Fun at the Farmers Market
    August 14 at 11:52 a.m. by Hannah Ridings

    Local artisans and crafters brought out their goods for the Dallas Farmer's Market's Boho Market. Whimsy and fun were on offer for the whole day affair. Photos by Hannah Ridings

     
  • Little Sichuan: Perfect Fish and Spicy Stir-Fries
    August 8 at 4 a.m. by Kathy Tran

    Whole fish is a must, but otherwise ordering at Little Sichuan can be intimidating. There are three menus. First and easiest is the standard menu, divided neatly into appetizers, noodles, beef, pork and other expected categories. In here,…

     
  • Mirador: Simple Food for Rich Folk
    August 1 at 4 a.m. by Kathy Tran

    Dining at Mirador is like taking a brief, immersive vacation to the land of the wealthiest 1 percent and finding out that the rich aren't any better off than we are. They just spend more money. Photos by Kathy Tran

     
  • Upscaled Ramen for the Slurpers
    July 31 at 10:04 p.m. by Kathy Tran

    Top Knot concluded it's second Uncommon Ramen dinner series for the summer with John Tesar of Knife Dallas. Patrons attending were greeted with a menu selection of three items. The main ramen, inspired by a mushroom consume from Chef Tesar's…

     
  • Street Food Pops Up in Carrollton
    July 27 at 9:42 a.m. by Kathy Tran

    Monkey King Noodle Company in Carrollton hosted a one-night pop up event that featured the culinary creations of four of Dallas’ most inventive Asian chefs. Focused on Asian ‘street-food’ style dishes that the chefs say satisfy their childhood…

     
  • The Most Daring Restuarant In Deep Ellum Right Now: Junction Craft Kitchen
    July 25 at 4 a.m. by Beth Rankin

    With a sense of adventure and a tiny kitchen free of freezer or walk-in, chef Josh Harmon and his team at Junction Craft Kitchen are creating some daring dishes that meld Southern cooking with Asian (particularly Korean) flair. Not every risk pays…

     
  • Foraging with Chefs in Dallas
    July 25 at 4 a.m. by Kathy Tran

    A small groups is led by chef Misti Norris. A butcher, a former chef at Small Brewpub and now a guiding hand in the world of foraging, Norris is lovingly referred to as the "Foraging Godmother" by chefs Brock Middleton (Mirador) and Joshua Harmon…

     
  • Lorenzo Hotel Splashes into the Party Scene
    July 24 at 1:33 p.m. by Roderick Pullum

    It was good times and sunshine at the Lorenzo Hotel this weekend. The boutique hotel just south of Downtown kicked off the first of it's Sunday Pool Party series. Photos by Roderick Pullum

     
  • Tasting Gold Along the Margarita Trail
    July 21 at 9:22 a.m. by Sarah Schumacher

    Everyone ate, drank and danced the night away on Wednesday, July 19, 2017 during the Margarita Trail Finale held at Seven for Parties. The margaritas were sweet, smokey & spicy as was the music and people there. Tortaco took home the award for best…

     
  • Getting Drunk on National Ice Cream Day at Ice Cream Wasted
    July 16 at 4:01 p.m. by Kathy Tran

    Ice Cream Wasted open their doors at their grand opening in Bishop Arts District on Sunday, July 16, 2017. All photos by Kathy Tran.

     

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