| 15 years ago Star chef Tim Love turns off the cowboy cuisine trail and whips up fancy new vittles at Duce.
| 15 years ago Two sommeliers intend to elevate the Dallas wine scene. How will they do it? With humiliation and a No. 2 pencil.
| 15 years ago Do Dallas playwrights write about Dallas? Not much. So let’s give the city some attention (and skip the caricatures). PLUS: how to build a theater set using projectors
| 15 years ago Vibrant nightlife. Great shopping. Friendly locals. Summer is the perfect time to take off to the cooler temperatures of Toronto, eh?
| 15 years ago Bet you didn’t know that landlocked North Texas fosters a flourishing sailing community. Heck, you can even connect with the rarified world of international competitive sailing. Check it out.
| 15 years ago The local salad chain ups the ante by using superior, often organic ingredients. Plus it has a firm eco-friendly stance.
| 15 years ago Here things are simple: the menu mostly comprises shrimp and oysters, some of the best fried stuff around.
| 15 years ago Its address serves the restaurant well, because there aren’t many steakhouses, fancy or otherwise, in this mostly residential area.
| 15 years ago Luciano Cola has served red sauce for 30 years. His new La Paesana goes a bit further.
| 15 years ago Who else other than culinary darling David McMillan could take a typical fried catfish joint and turn it on its gills?
| 15 years ago The patio is a prime perch for people watching, but inside is where the romance is.
| 15 years ago Three new coffee shops are dedicated to the hottest trend in java: roasting their own beans.
| 15 years ago This small gourmet market is big on flavorful food and all the fun stuff that goes with it.
| 15 years ago There’s more to Coal Vines than true-blue New York pizza: late hours, approachable wine list, and some darn good fries.
| 15 years ago Jack Ingram breaks it big, Calatrava’s one-ton table, the greatest real estate lawsuit ever, a way to fix Dallas’ homeless problem, and more.
| 15 years ago As much as it pains me to do so, I’m about to praise the—gulp—Dallas City Council.
| 15 years ago In the first suit of its kind, Dallas attorney Mark Werbner is suing the biggest bank in the Middle East for $1 billion. No, he won’t settle.
| 15 years ago When teaching your son locker-room etiquette, size does matter.
| 15 years ago I went on a quest to live carless in Dallas for an entire week—using only buses and trains and my own two feet for transportation—and came up with these 10 decrees for DART.
| 15 years ago Trust us: you’ll have bubble skirts and puffed sleeves in your closet this fall. PLUS: fabulous travel bags and personal shoppers who can change your closet (and your life).