Flashback Friday

Flashback Friday: Death in a Dallas Restaurant

Take a step back in Dallas dining history.

The May 2003 D Magazine cover story is a heavy one. Two people died from eating raw oysters at a Dallas-based seafood chain and Nancy Nichols investigates the cause.

“So it might sound surprising that only about 20 Americans die each year from Vibrio blood infections,” writes Nichols. “Far more surprising, though, is that in 2002, not one, but two Dallas-area residents died within three and a half months of each other after eating raw oysters.”

Click the images below and take a step back in Dallas dining history.