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Restaurant Reviews

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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Restaurant News

News Bites: Blue Goose Cantina Loses Lease to Its Greenville Avenue Location

Ramble Room also sets an opening date for its Snider Plaza debut, and a new wine shop opens on Greenville Avenue.
Japanese yakiniku, grilled meats and veg sides.
Restaurants & Bars

Greenville Avenue Is Becoming a Diverse Dining Destination. Can Other Neighborhoods Replicate Its Success?

Lowest Greenville boasts great ceviche, pho, tacos, sushi, and even New Zealander fare. Just up the road is an enticing new Afghan restaurant. What made Greenville so diverse? Can we replicate that success in other parts of Dallas?
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Restaurant Reviews

Quarter Acre Brings Distinctive, New Zealand-Inspired Culinary Style to Lowest Greenville

The sign isn’t up over the entrance yet. But taste the food here, made with unusual ingredients and personal style, and you won’t mistake Quarter Acre for any place else.
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Restaurant Reviews

Feel the Afghan Hospitality at Ariana Cuisine on Greenville Avenue

A husband-and-wife couple make everything from scratch at this tiny shopfront near the Granada Theater.
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After a Devastating Fire, McKinney Favorite Rye Prepares to Rebuild

The restaurant’s McKinney location burned on August 15, and so far no cause has been identified. Waiting for official reports and insurance claims, Rye’s team has turned to its regulars for help.
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A Dallas Chef May Have Faked His Biography. But Will Diners Care?

A rising young chef is accused of fabricating the resume he used to attract public attention. But his fans think the meals justify the means.
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Publications

Pizzeria Testa’s Dallas Outpost Is Getting Warmer

The pies from the Neapolitan-style restaurant’s second location are perfectly simple. But not perfect yet.
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Entertainment

True Story: I Wrestled a Bear in Deep Ellum

It was perhaps the worst St. Paddy's Day promotion every conceived.
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