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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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Seafood

A Sort-Of Newcomer Has a Question: Why Didn’t Y’all Tell Me Aw Shucks Is Quite Good?

This is a Dallas gem and, because of how long it’s been here, perhaps under-heralded amid all the city’s flashy newcomers.
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Food & Drink

Nick Badovinus Is On a (Lobster) Roll

The Dallas restaurateur swaps out pizza for a luxe take on an East Coast classic at his latest pandemic pivot in Highland Park, Yo! Lobster.
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Seafood

Big Mouth Billy Bass Inventor Says He’s No One-Hit Wonder

Don't forget about the kung fu dancing hamsters.
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First Bite

At Te Deseo, Prepare for a Jungle

It aims to seduce, but sometimes the plot gets lost in the party.

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Publications

Ceviche Oyster Bar Is the Laid Back Haven We Needed

Inside a former North Oak Cliff mechanic shop, Raul Reyes has carved a perfect spot for mingling over mariscos.
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Chefs

Nick Badovinus To Open a Baja-Style Mexican Restaurant On Lowest Greenville

Add fire-grilled fish to Badovinus' ever-growing restaurant roster.
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Publications

Poke Is Still Dallas’ Hottest Food Trend

The fresh fish salad is a raw success in North Texas, where more than 40 restaurants are feeding growing demand.
By Tara Nieuwesteeg
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Seafood

Malibu Poké Taps Chef Matt McCallister as Culinary Director

Two seafood promoters join forces to raise the bar.
By Nancy Nichols