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D Magazine May 2006

Cover Story

The Best Burger in Dallas

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.
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A Few Questions

Tracy Rowlett chats with sacked 60 Minutes producer Mary Mapes.
By Tracy Rowlett
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Bagno Vignoni, Italy

Relax and rejuvenate in the curative thermal waters of Adler Thermae, a destination spa in the heart of Tuscany.
By Jennifer Chininis
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Food and Drink

Comfort Fish

At Starfish in Oak Cliff, the only relics are old, comforting recipes.
By Nancy Nichols
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DINING: Hot Seats

Popular in cities like New York and Chicago, communal dining has finally hit Dallas. But are we ready to eat with strangers?
By Teresa Gubbins
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How To Score with Hot Babes

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.
By Paige Phelps
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LAST HURRAH: Arrggh!

At my next parent-teacher conference, I promise to watch my salty language.

By Tim Rogers
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My Last Meal at the Montaigne

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.
By D Magazine
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PUBLISHER’S NOTE: Oops, I Did It Again

We publish 10 magazines under the D brand. This month, we add another. Here’s why.

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Pulse

Rangers GM Jon Daniels plays hardball, and Dean Fearing is the center of the universe.
By Tim Rogers
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Food and Drink

Review: Amuse

Doug Brown and Jason Foss take their innovative dishes to South Side, where Amuse sets the tone for a new dining community.
By Teresa Gubbins
Food and Drink

Review: BackYard Beach Bar

When the place caught fire last June and shut down, we despaired. Turns out, we had bigger reasons to worry.
By Tim Rogers
Food and Drink

Review: Iris

Chef Matt Bresnan pleases palates with a small but well-rounded menu filled with familiar, often comforting, ingredients, prepared with a contemporary twist.
By Jennifer Chininis
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Food and Drink

Review: Modo Mio

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.
By Nancy Nichols
Food and Drink

Review: Parigi

The food has a homey thing going on, but imagine a super-savvy home cook who’s up on all the trends.
By Teresa Gubbins
Food and Drink

Review: Samba Room

Like Christy Turlington and her line of yoga wear, Samba Room’s found a second life.
By Teresa Gubbins
Food and Drink

Review: San Francisco Rose

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.
By Jennifer Chininis
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Super Moms

Entrepreneurial moms and white hot accessories.
By Stephanie Quadri
Best Lists

The Best Lawyers in Dallas Under 40

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.
By Anonymous
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THEATER: The Politics of Theater

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.
By Glenn Arbery
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VANITY: Like a Virgin

Dallas women are—ahem—opening up to a plastic surgery procedure that some doctors are calling the new boob job.
By Paul Kix
Fashion

White On

From bone to ivory, white is right for summer.
By Stephanie Quadri