Some call it talent, some call it chance, but here at City o' Fate, we know these things are preordained. Some chefs are picked early on as future stars. Some competitive eaters peak early and wonder, years later, and reminisce over a sandwich. If you want to predict the future, as the man says, you'd best take a look at the past.
The Week in Review(s):
- Your own Dallas Observer: Dave enjoys his time at Zymology, Greenville Avenue's latest satro-pub.
- Dallas Morning News: Leslie Brennan gives Rathbun's Blue Plate Kitchen a solid three-star rating, and Hully and Mo an astounding... three-star rating.
D Magazine: Coast Global Seafood gets a third critical eye, after Dave recommended it here, and a DMN contributor found it wanting. In the tie-breaker, Nancy Nichols comes down in favor.
Highlights from City of Ate:
Girl Drink Drunk: BarBelmont
The GDD crew share an across-the-river tryst with a mysterious gentleman who goes by Collins.
Veggie Girl: Spiral Diner
Anyone who knew them could see it was bound to happen sooner or later -- smooth as (vegan) gravy, Spiral works its magic.
Dude Food: Love Shack
The dining dudes get acquainted with the Shack de l'Amour.
Short Orders: Veracruz Cafe
Our return visit to Veracruz Cafe says it all with the first sentence: "Expectations are a bitch." So bring on the weekend.
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