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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
Shoyo sushi
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.
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Where to Bite Into Chewy, Fried Mochi Doughnuts in North Texas

If you haven’t yet basked in the bouncy texture of these Japanese pastries, now is the time.
By Cat Nguyen
The exterior of Shoyo, a restaurant on Greenville Avenue. There's a door, no windows, and a slate-gray colored façade.
Dining Dispatch

The Brilliant Craftsmanship of Jimmy Park’s New Omakase Sushi Restaurant, Shoyo

The Lowest Greenville restaurant has been in soft-open mode for a few weeks. Now it's ready to bring a sushi experience like no other.
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News Bites: Twilite Lounge Is Back, Baby, and Upscale Sushi Arrives Downtown

SideDish’s weekly digest of need-to-know dining happenings in Dallas.

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On an orange background, there's a package of Thai Mee krob, which is crispy, deep-fried rice noodles.
Thai

Thid Jai Is Dallas’ Latest Order-by-Instagram Sensation

Sara Hangtagool's parking lot pickups are crusades of flavor that sell out each week, but there's something more here: an education about Thai food.
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Asian

Asia Times Square Is a Place to Appreciate Cuisines and Community

Billed as one of the largest Asian markets in Texas, the Grand Prairie shopping and dining center is a Chinatown facsimile.
Three women holding lucky envelopes.
Asian

How to Celebrate Lunar New Year Around Dallas

The year of the ox begins February 12. Dumplings, noodles, and good luck await.
oishii sushi
Asian

10 Places in Dallas to Get Your Sushi Takeout Fix

Yes, you totally can have satisfying sushi right now.
Sa Sa Sushi Baja Roll
Food & Drink

At Sa Sa Sushi in East Dallas, Stick to the Obvious

The rolls are fun and the sashimi is bright. Don't let the noodles tempt you.