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Indulge in These Fall-Flavored Drinks and Treats This Season

Plenty of pumpkin, spice and everything nice to go around this fall—even if it still feels like summer outside.
By Nataly Keomoungkhoun
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News Bites: Boba and Banned Books, The New York Times is Excited About These Two North Texas Restaurants

SideDish’s weekly digest of need-to-know dining happenings in Dallas.
By Nataly Keomoungkhoun
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Food & Drink

Casual Tasting Menus Are the Next Big Dining Trend. When Will They Arrive in Dallas?

Across the country, young chefs are reimagining the tasting menu as an inclusive, diverse, and relatively affordable way to express their culinary identities. But not here.
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Food & Drink

For Traditional Vietnamese Fare, Make Your Way to Lá Me

Whether it's pho, a vermicelli bowl, or a rice plate, Lá Me won't disappoint.
By Nataly Keomoungkhoun
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For the Flavors of The Gambia, Head to Plano

Don’t expect quick service at West African Way. Give in to the rhythm, and savor your visit to The Gambia.

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This Fairview Shop Takes Po’ Boys to a New Level of Creativity

Mr. Po’Boys, just down the street from the Allen Premium Outlets, is unafraid to combine the classic New Orleans sandwich with other foods like gumbo and jerk chicken.
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Food & Drink

News Bites: La Casita Bakeshop Owner Competes in Halloween Baking Show, La La Land Opens in Richardson

SideDish’s weekly digest of need-to-know dining happenings in Dallas.
By Nataly Keomoungkhoun
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Food & Drink

The State Fair of Texas Has Dozens of New Food Items. These 10 Are On My List

A bold, beautiful, and greasy list of foods that likely won’t disappoint at the State Fair of Texas this year.
By Nataly Keomoungkhoun
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Food & Drink

The DMN Editorial Board Wants to Trash City Planning Rules to Build an Upscale Grocery

The News’ editorial board believes denying Sprouts is denying fresh produce to working people. In reality, the plan—which doesn't follow the city's zoning rules—would replace an existing discount grocer. What gives?
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