7 days ago | Coronavirus
Four days after Omar Yeefoon finally opened his doors again, after weeks of pandemic ups and downs and boarded-up windows during police brutality protests, he closed his dining room one more time. He’d already opened with a skeleton crew, reduced ...
15 days ago | Breakfast
They scramble eggs in the morning, wrapped with veggies and potatoes in a blistered roti, but that’s not why you should stand in line at the brightest food stand at the Dallas Farmers Market. This many miles into quarantine, cooking, for some of u...
21 days ago | Burgers
Good to Go is a column in which our food writers explore Dallas’ restaurant scene through takeout orders, delivery boxes and reheated leftovers. One of the strangest food moments of the year has to be ordering takeout from a luxury steakhouse duri...
25 days ago | Burgers
He’s been a bartender in Dallas for 15 years — nearly every bit of it behind the same bar — then Joel Morales found himself delivering burgers to doorsteps in the neighborhood. It was late in May when the Peak Inn reopened, and he was hunting for ...
28 days ago | Sandwiches
Porchetta is a signpost that leads to great things. In Rome, you’ll see them in the salumeria windows, some halved like a gemstone. The cross section reveals ores of fennel, garlic, rosemary, salt and pepper stuffed loin, wrapped and cinched in po...
1 month ago | Breakfast
We’re moving like chess pieces. The summer heat is heavy as iron, even in the morning; we’re sweating through our masks as the line spills onto the sidewalk in front of Jarams Donuts in East Dallas. Each of us seems ready to face the new challenge...