| 14 years ago Who doesn’t have an opinion about what it takes to make a great cheeseburger? We certainly do. We scouted bars, restaurants, dives, and drive-ins all over town to find a cheeseburger that beats them all. After consuming more than 100,000 calories, we found it. PLUS: how to build the perfect burger.
| 14 years ago When the place caught fire last June and shut down, we despaired. Turns out, we had bigger reasons to worry.
| 14 years ago Dallas women are—ahem—opening up to a plastic surgery procedure that some doctors are calling the new boob job.
| 14 years ago What’s the point in staging Angels in America when the audience it wants to correct won’t see it? PLUS: a mini Tony Awards for Tarrant County high schoolers.
| 14 years ago The first few years as an associate at a big Dallas firm weren’t easy. But with a little luck—and some Purpose—I’ll avoid becoming an alcoholic. PLUS: our exclusive list of the top young attorneys in town.
| 14 years ago Clearly not a bar to bend to the trends, the Rose serves food primarily designed to go with beer. And that’s not a bad thing.
| 14 years ago Like Christy Turlington and her line of yoga wear, Samba Room’s found a second life.
| 14 years ago The food has a homey thing going on, but imagine a super-savvy home cook who’s up on all the trends.
| 14 years ago Owners Brett and Ryan Stallard have molded Modo Mio into a reliable neighborhood spot by consistently turning out satisfying, well-priced food paired with a beautifully compact wine list.
| 14 years ago Chef Matt Bresnan pleases palates with a small but well-rounded menu filled with familiar, often comforting, ingredients, prepared with a contemporary twist.
| 14 years ago Doug Brown and Jason Foss take their innovative dishes to South Side, where Amuse sets the tone for a new dining community.
| 14 years ago Rangers GM Jon Daniels plays hardball, and Dean Fearing is the center of the universe.
| 14 years ago We publish 10 magazines under the D brand. This month, we add another. Here’s why.
| 14 years ago The eccentric Jim Leake founded the most exclusive private club in Dallas. For 10 years, we loved it. Sadly, it won’t be the same without him.
| 14 years ago At my next parent-teacher conference, I promise to watch my salty language.
| 14 years ago At a Holiday Inn Express in Addison, I went to a $300 seminar that supposedly teaches men how the female mind works. Now I’m scared for women everywhere.
| 14 years ago Popular in cities like New York and Chicago, communal dining has finally hit Dallas. But are we ready to eat with strangers?