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First Look: Jollibee's Long Lines Require Patience, but the Payoff Satisfies

9 days ago by Taylor Adams
Based on the number of readers who checked in when we talked about Jollibee opening, it seemed people were more than excited. The fast-food chain from the Philippines, which already had locations elsewhere in the United States, was coming to the Dallas area. And for weeks since it opened, you...

Review: A Melting Pot of Central Asian and Russian Cuisines at Bubala Cafe

30 days ago by Brian Reinhart
There's not a lot of Central Asian food in the Dallas area — and there is a lot of it, at the same time. The Silk Road, threading its way across mountain ranges and deserts between Europe, Persia and China, carried recipes along with its cargo for centuries. Turkic peoples...

The Amazing Sandwich Sounds at Brown Bag Provisions

3 months ago by Nick Rallo
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 pork belly. It’s rolled up in the shape of...

This Canceled Theater Season, Satisfy Your Bard-y Appetite With the Best Shakespeare Movies

3 months ago by Thomas Lowery
Shakespeare Dallas, a staple in the DFW community for decades, would normally be in the heart of its summer season right now. Unfortunately, the 49th season of Dallas’ Shakespeare in the Park was canceled because of COVID-19. Luckily, there are some options at home to help fill the void. While...

Good to Go: Savory, Cheesy Bosnian Pies from Eddie’s EuroMart

4 months ago by Brian Reinhart
Good to Go is a column where our food writers explore Dallas' restaurant scene through takeout orders, delivery boxes and reheated leftovers. It’s not a place where we’d look for a restaurant, even in good times. To the west, the six-lane road ducks under an old freight rail bridge. To...

15 Options for Mother's Day To Go

5 months ago by Taylor Adams
While some restaurants are opening dining rooms for limited tables for families to get a Mother’s Day brunch, lunch or dinner, there are plenty of ways to stay home and safe, if that’s what you prefer. There are tons of restaurants offering kits to go. Here are 14 options for...

Good to Go: The Free Man’s Muffuletta, One for Now & One for Tomorrow

5 months ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
A muffuletta at The Free Man Cajun Cafe & Lounge is what we could all use right now.

Book Review: A Dallasite Writes a Field Guide to the Glorious Taco

5 months ago by Brian Reinhart
Any lover of good food who is forced by a pandemic to self-isolate for a month will, eventually, start to fantasize about tacos. The timing may be fortunate or calamitous, but this week marks the official release of the perfect quarantine food reading: American Tacos: A History and Guide, by...

Here’s How to Make Garden Café’s Meatloaf While You’re Sheltered in Place

6 months ago by Philip Kingston
Here at the Observer, we’ve tried to highlight the brave efforts of restaurateurs struggling to keep staff employed and customers fed after this damn virus took away the in-house dining they specialize in. Not all of them could. Some got creative. Chef John Tesar reports that a whole lot of...

Good to Go: Homewood Searches for Answers for the Restaurant Industry and the Farms That Depend on It

6 months ago by Brian Reinhart
Within days of the coronavirus landing in Dallas, Homewood had a plan to help not just itself but its suppliers. The restaurant is serving family-style meals to go in enormous bags, and it’s also selling boxes of produce fresh from local farms, containing fruits, veggies, eggs and slabs of meat...

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