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Pizza

This Month Only: Greenville Avenue Pizza Company Unveils a D Magazine Pizza

We tried to make the most Dallas pizza ever. Yes, there is brisket. And elote.
By D Magazine Staff
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Giveaway

Try Every Joint in Our Pizza Issue Using this Pizza Passport, Plus Enter to Win a Solo Stove

Our list to the best pies in town comes with exclusive discounts and promotions. Plus, we’re giving away a fancy pizza oven so you can make your own.
By D Magazine Staff
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Food & Drink

How Magical Realism Shaped the March Cover of D Magazine

Danié took Olivia out in the hall, sat her down, and explained that braiding is an ancient ritual, a visual and tactile link between women across eons.
Tetela with kumquats
Food & Drink

Tex-Mex Will Never Die, But We’re Living for Mex-Mex

The latest crop of Mexican and Mexican American chefs are diving deeper into their heritage to give Dallas some truly delicious bites. The proof: our March 2022 feature story up online this week.
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Holiday

Where to Celebrate Lunar New Year 2022 in North Texas

Festive desserts! Lion dances! And plenty of good luck for 2022 (because we seriously need it).
By Rachel Colman

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A “Coming Soon” sign for Revolver Taco Lounge in the Radiator Alley part of Deep Ellum in between Main and Elm streets.
Openings/Closings

Revolver Taco Lounge Expands With a Gastro-Cantina in Deep Ellum

In a few months, Regino Rojas will pilot a new Mexican cantina right around the corner from his Main Street taqueria.
Kirin Court dim sum varieties
Lists

Hankering for Chinese Food? These Spots Are Open This Christmas.

When you just can’t muster another family-size meal, these Dallas restaurants are here Christmas Eve and Day.
By By D Magazine Staff
Molino Oloyo tamales
Holidays

Dallas, the Time for Tamales Is Now

‘Tis the season—are you sick of this seasonal phrase yet?—for tamales. Here’s where to find them around Dallas.
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Behind the Review

Behind the Review: Small But Mighty, Shoyo Is a Meditation on Craft

On Greenville Avenue find a tiny omakase operation where, under the surface, lies a world of skill.
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Food & Drink

In Lower Greenville, Shoyo Deals in Masterful Omakase-Only Sushi

Jimmy Park’s elite 12-seat restaurant delivers jewels from its shadowy hideaway on Greenville Avenue.