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Family Thais Asian Bistro To Open Monday in the West End

2 months ago by Taylor Adams
Thai restaurant by Tony Street family opens in West End of Dallas
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Pinkies Up: Bangkok at Beltline's Thai Tea Serves a Taste of Thailand

4 years ago by foodbitch
Some of us are lucky enough to have had high tea at The Hotel Adolphus, or perhaps we've attended a pre-wedding bridesmaids luncheon featuring tea service. Maybe we've been yelled at about the proper way to take our English breakfast by a certain angry Englishman who used to write for...
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The 5 Films You Should See at This Year’s EarthXFilm Festival

5 months ago by Danny Gallagher
You've always wanted to learn more about the natural world and witness some of the most beautiful parts of our environment but it's hard to find the time and even if you find a diving suit in your size, it makes you feel like five liters of meat in a...
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Brian Zenner of Belly & Trumpet on Dinner in Thailand, Bruno Davaillon, Chef-Driven Dining and the Best Time for Cheap Tacos

7 years ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
Chef Brian Zenner of Belly & Trumpet in Uptown has been around a bit. Born in Bangkok, his family moved to Dubai and London before finally settling in Texas. And while on paper his culinary career started at the Texas Culinary Academy, one might say the cooking wheels started churning...
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The Meg Only Triumphs When It Accepts Its Full Silliness

1 year ago by Alan Scherstuhl
... It’s a hero-dude adventure movie based on a Michael Crichton-esque paperback techno-thriller, which means we hear more science talk than is strictly necessary, get a tour of a gleaming research facility and meet a billionaire finder (Rainn Wilson) who just might have ulterior motives
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Dallas Gets Yet Another 'Pan-Asian' Restaurant With Imoto, Opening Next Month in Victory Park

1 year ago by Beth Rankin
The Asian-fusion boom in Dallas has yet to bust, and this week another new restaurant has thrown its hat in the pan-Asian ring: Tracy and Kent Rathbun's Imoto, "an upscale dining experience serving favorites from various Asian cultures in a contemporary style, with sharable plates and a traditional sushi bar,"...
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If You've Never Tried Laotian Food, Start with These Five Dallas-Area Dishes

1 year ago by Brian Reinhart
Dallas-Fort Worth has the biggest Laotian food scene in North America. More than a dozen eateries, ranging from traditional mom-and-pop markets to brewery-hopping food trucks, are introducing Texans to Lao cooking. But if you've never had Laotian food before, what should you expect?
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North Texas Becomes America’s Top Destination for Laotian Food

1 year ago by Brian Reinhart
Dallas’ next culinary revolution began in a quiet specialty grocery store in Irving, a small shop where boxes of imported foods line the metal shelving all the way up to the ceiling. Here, in 2004, a woman named Boonmie Phennara fired up a Bunsen burner to make dinner for visiting...
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Meet Jennifer Price, the Woman Behind Kimbell Art Museum's Non-European Collection

1 year ago by Karen Gavis
A peek into the windowless office of Jennifer Price offers an extraordinary view of the world. Price brought many of the postcards that line the walls with her 25 years ago, she says, when she moved from New York to become Asian and non-Western art curator for the Kimbell Art...
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Cure or Kill: Dallasites Do Battle for Kratom, an Herbal Substitute for Narcotics the Feds May Ban

2 years ago by Christina Hughes
"CBD Kratom" reads the large sign over Dafna Reva's storefront on Central Expressway's frontage road. Just south of trendy Knox Street, it sits beside a Marble Slab Creamery, two doors down from a Potbelly Sandwich Shop and around the corner from an Apple store and Kate Spade shop. "You can't...

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