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D Magazine September 2011

Cover Story

John Tesar: The Most Hated Chef in Dallas

He earned five stars at The Mansion. But his tenure there ended abruptly, amid allegations that he drank on the job and threw cutlery. Now he’s out to prove that he won’t once again self-destruct.
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Features


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Crime

Bad Blood at the Dallas County Crime Lab

Attention, all convicted rapists and murderers. Start filing your appeals now.
By Andrea Grimes
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Nightlife

Grab a Dirty Dusty at City Tavern

Pabst Blue Ribbon and Jack Daniel’s will help you get reacquainted with downtown Dallas.
By Moira Muldoon
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Publications

How Bikes Could Transform Dallas

The city’s new plan to accommodate pedal-pushers isn’t perfect, but its timing is.
By Patrick Kennedy
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Food and Drink

Restaurant Review: Cane Rosso

Sure, their pizza is great. But try the sandwiches.
By Nancy Nichols
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Food and Drink

Restaurant Review: Christopher’s Smokehouse Barbeque

This Cedar Hill joint isn’t yet living up to its potential.
By Daniel Vaughan
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Food and Drink

Restaurant Review: Jonathon’s Oak Cliff

Try the Danger Dogs and the fried chicken and waffle.
By Sarah Reiss
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Food and Drink

Restaurant Review: Marquee Grill & Bar

Top Chef Tre Wilcox takes his talents to Highland Park Village.
By Nancy Nichols
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Business

The Most Dangerous Business in the World

How two Highland Park kids lit out for an Alaskan commercial fishing adventure.
By Sarah Reiss
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Beauty

The World’s Most Famous Three-Legged Miniature Horse

You’ll find him, and his prostethic limb, at Ranch Hand Rescue in Argyle.
By Krista Nightengale
Best Lists

The Best Home and Auto Insurance Agents in Dallas 2011

See who’s among the top in this field.
By D Magazine
Publications

Also in This Issue

Other articles of interest in our September 2011 edition.
By D Magazine