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The Thompson’s Newest Restaurant Makes a Warm First Impression

Little Daisy blends a well-appointed French sidewalk cafe look (on the ninth floor) with a menu that features New Orleans touches and a terrific salad.
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Sanjh Invites You to Splurge On Indian Fare

Highly anticipated Sanjh fills a delicious void of Indian fine dining in Las Colinas.
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How I Learned to Love the Clothespin Empanadas at Tequila Social

Our dining critic overcame his we-want-plates chauvinism at Tequila Social, because the clothespin empanadas are actually terrific.
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Jaquval Is a Delightfully Mellow New Bishop Arts Brewpub

With a Central European feel, sausage plates, and a simple menu of good, straightforward beers, this spot has staying power.
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Kaiyo Brings New Energy to a Historic Japanese Restaurant Space on Lower Greenville

The owner of Shoyo goes casual with his new spot, which blends sushi rolls, grilled skewers, fried items, and more small snacks.
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Steakyard Is a Work in Progress

The new steak frites-focused restaurant has a handful of standout dishes. But it also has frozen-seeming veggies, smelly fries, and customers who don’t know when to leave.
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Pearl, Uptown’s New Sushi Destination, Makes a Good First Impression

With the closure of Yutaka, Uptown needed a replacement. This one is more posh and more expensive, but very promising.
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Temakeria Brings Two Unusual Concepts to Trinity Groves. Are Either of Them Working?

It's two-dimensional! It's Japanese handrolls! It's surprisingly expensive? The Trinity Groves newcomer is trying to be several things.
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Moriya Shokudo Brings Comforting Japanese Curry Katsu to a Dallas Warehouse Park

A first-time restaurateur focuses on three things at this food court stall: good curry, good ramen, and bringing more comforting, quick-service Japanese food to Dallas.
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Local Favorite Barsotti’s Returns with New Name, New Decor, Same Great Vodka Sauce

The Dallas restaurant formerly known as Carbone’s has undergone a significant interior design upgrade, and its menu is longer than before. Here is our first impression.
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