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Pulpo, Carnitas and Tikka Masala: Our Favorite Tacos from Taco Libre Dallas

5 months ago by Brian Reinhart
The only problem with Taco Libre is that my stomach doesn’t have room for all the tacos I want to eat. Dozens of taquerías set up shop at the Dallas Farmers Market on Saturday eager to impress with their best stuff, ranging from Oak Cliff tortilla factories to budding celebrity...

The City's Going After a Vickery Meadow Apartment Complex It Claims Isn't SAFE At All

8 years ago by Anna Merlan
The sprawling Casa Verde apartment complex doesn't look like anything much. It's a weathered collection of green buildings behind a long black fence that runs along a cracked street. Located on Fair Oaks, not far from Greenville and Park, it's tucked behind Today's Discount Food Mart, a taqueria and a...

Casa Rubia Is the Best Restaurant in West Dallas' Hit-or-Miss Trinity Groves

5 years ago by Scott Reitz
"Dinner in Trinity Groves?" It's a question that so often sends my potential dining companions running for the hill country, a trail of withering dust the only evidence they ever existed. This restaurant empire, rising from the clay of West Dallas, isn't the only destination that has given me trouble,...

Sigel's Hosts Tequila Tasting This Wednesday

6 years ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
Just because school is out doesn't mean you shouldn't get your learn on. This Wednesday, Sigel's at 5757 Greenville Ave. will host a tequila "festival and tasting." But, isn't every tequila tasting a festival? The difference here is it's free. That's certainly a game changer. All you'll need to do...

Cheese: This Week In Dallas Dining

7 years ago by Scott Reitz
So cheese week happened. We've filled City of Ate with so much cheese news we looked like a full -on cheese blog. Even ol' Lee Harvey up in the header there is eating cheese. This week we ran a porny slide show devoted to some of the better cheese boards...

The Remaking of Vickery Meadow

8 years ago by Leslie Minora
Ray Mali dresses neatly in a collared cotton shirt, jeans, clean sneakers and a bulky leather jacket that doesn't keep him quite warm enough. It's eight o'clock on a January morning. He takes his last few gulps of tea and leaves for work, his muscles aching even before he steps...

Take a Tip from Spain: Have a Few Small Bites to Wash Down Your Happy Hour Libations

10 years ago by Chris Meesey
Barhopping during happy hour is a sacred rite of passage from workday to evening, but Spain's version of this time-honored tradition just might be better than ours. You see, we have nachos, quesadillas and wings as our standard happy hour fare. In Spain, they have chorizo al vino (sausage sauteed...

Review: Luna de Noche

12 years ago by Merritt Martin
Luna de Noche's Gourmet Tex-Mex in Victory Park is the sixth location for the chain helmed by Lisa Galvan-Cuevas. She started the first of the restaurants in 1998, and with this one has expanded the menu to include four "nuevo gourmet" dishes and additional items in various sections on the...

Ain't nothing like the real thing

23 years ago by Mary Brown Malouf
The place was packed, as places usually are the evening following their first review. The waiters' gait quickened to an invisible trot, that parallel-to-the-ground shuffle that's adopted when you're in a desperate hurry but don't want anyone to perceive that you are actually panicked. Because one of the absolute rules...

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