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Dallas Can Learn from Trinity Groves. Trinity Groves Can Learn from Its Neighbors.

Ten years after its founding, the former food park is a culinary ghost town. Even its head honcho says it was built “ass-backwards.” This summer, the revival begins with new talent and a new attitude.
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Food Events

Dallas’ Most Exciting Summer Food Events Are Guest Chef Dinner Series

At Quarter Acre and Marcello Andres Ceramics, chefs from Minnesota, California, and Bolivia will bring new flavors and ideas to Dallas.
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Publications

Find Ramen on Demand at The Ramyun Library

This Carrollton spot has turned that old college staple into an automat adventure.
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Restaurant News

Yes, Dallas, We Should Be Angry About the James Beard Awards

The latest of 106 consecutive snubs in the awards stings because it shows that the Beards have given up entirely on their stated goal of honoring the “Best.”
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Restaurant Openings and Closings

Mot Hai Ba’s Peja Krstic to Open a Modern American Bistro in the Old Boulevardier Space

The Bishop Arts District lost a beloved 12-year-old bistro. One of Dallas’ leading chefs hopes to build something equally long-lasting in its place.
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Dude, Sweet Chocolate Is Moving Across Bishop Arts—and Offering Celebratory Perks

Katherine Clapner is not taking her almost 15-year-old chocolate shop too far away—just a block down Eighth Street, to a beautiful old house that can host tastings, parties, and s’mores nights.
Dallas Omakase
Restaurants & Bars

If Premium Omakase Tastings Are a Luxury Fad, What Comes Next?

After a burst of $200 sushi tasting menus, Dallasites may look for something more casual. But we can’t blame the Japanese chefs who never intended to see their craft become a trend.
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Restaurant News

Rants and Raves: What Our Dining Critic Is Most (and Least) Excited About in June 2024

Where to eat next, what’s exciting this month, and our dining critic’s new worst enemy.
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Restaurant Openings and Closings

Reyna Duong Reflects on How Sandwich Hag Changed Her Life and Dallas’ Food Scene

The James Beard Award-nominated chef talks about how Dallas is changing, how restaurants can build healthy communities, immigrant identity—and, of course, what comes next.
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Restaurants & Bars

Deep Ellum Brewing Stops Brewing in Deep Ellum (but Will Keep Selling Beer)

Dallas’ only craft brewery when it opened in 2011, Deep Ellum is now part of the Monster Beverage Company. We don’t know where Dallas Blonde will be made, but it won't be in its namesake neighborhood.
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