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A Lakewood Restaurant Deliciously Answers the Question: What if Ramen Was Italian?

WAYA Izakaya is one of East Dallas' ultimate under-the-radar gems, and its tomato ramen is a standout.
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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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Here’s Your Guide to Downtown Dallas’ New Near-Identical Omakase Spots

Sushi | Bar and Sushi By Scratch were founded by the same chef in the same city, cost the same amount, and serve many of the same dishes.
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Tatsu Dallas Now Has a Tiny, Reservations-Only Cocktail Bar

Kirameki means "sparkle" or "glisten," a play on the name of lead mixologist Crystal Dirdon-Cooper. Her cocktails reflect the simple mastery of its sister concept, Tatsu Dallas.
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Yes, You Can Have a Premium Omakase Experience Over Your Lunch Break

If you have not been to Namo for a while, you may not understand anymore quite how serious—and how seriously good—this Uptown spot has become.
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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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Where to Find Mooncakes in Dallas-Fort Worth for the Mid-Autumn Festival

The Mid-Autumn Festival falls on the 15th day of the eighth month of the lunar calendar, which is Sept. 29 this year.
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Approachable Newcomer Yūjō Joins Dallas’ Growing Omakase Sushi Scene

The new Preston Road spot comes from the creators of suburban smash hit Kyodai.
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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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