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Everything You Need to Know About Dallas Dining, Served Fresh

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The Best Happy Hours in Dallas

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Knife Sommelier Scott Hunter Says Don’t Overthink Your Wine Order

Welcome to What’s Dallas Drinking, a periodic pulse check with Dallas’ brightest beverage pros.
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Myth Busted: Dallas’ Best Pizzas Are Not More Expensive When You Account for Size

Yes, your nice local neighborhood pizza shop probably charges a couple more dollars than Domino’s. That’s because it makes a bigger pie.
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Deep Ellum’s Newest Bar Boasts a Whole Lot of Sports and Even More Graffiti

Manic has a traditional soul as a neighborhood sports bar. But its appearance is eye-popping, and its amenities—including foosball, draft cocktails, and fried pickled serranos—are plentiful.
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A Retired English Teacher Is Redefining Duncanville Nightlife

LoLecia Day, a recently retired AP English teacher, took the leap from the classroom to life behind the bar, opening her own spot, Day Drink Lounge.
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Why Are Iraqi Burgers So Good?

Hint: he who controls the spice controls the universe.
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Welcoming DJ Sober’s New Smashburger to the Stage

Will Rhoten, aka DJ Sober, has turned Herby's, his latest venture named for his dog, into the city's hottest new spot.
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Mirador Is Back in Its Penthouse Perch—and Better Than Ever

The downtown penthouse is serving lunch with a simplified, veggie packed menu.
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Sanjh Brings Indian Fine Dining and Killer Cocktails to Las Colinas

The Las Colinas Indian cuisine spot may not rewrite the rules of Indian cooking, but it could still rewrite the rules of Dallas fine dining.
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Some of Your Favorite Bars Pour This New Dallas-Based Mezcal

Racho is a mezcal five years in the making—and a collaboration between three Dallasites and a mezcalero from San Dionisio Ocotepec, Oaxaca.
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Brian Reinhart Explains to Slate Why Jalapeños Have Lost Their Fire

Our dining critic stars in a new episode of the podcast Decoder Ring.
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