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Brian Reinhart

Brian Reinhart

Dining Critic

Brian Reinhart became D Magazine's dining critic in 2022 after six years of writing about restaurants for the Dallas Observer and the Dallas Morning News. A Turkish-American, Brian has lived in London, cooked at a fast food chain, and, since taking up food writing, dined at over 200 Dallas-area restaurants each year. His favorite food group is cookies.

Stories by Brian Reinhart

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Restaurants & Bars

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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Restaurants & Bars

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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Publications

Why Are Iraqi Burgers So Good?

Hint: he who controls the spice controls the universe.
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Publications

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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Publications

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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Stories by Brian Reinhart

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Restaurants & Bars

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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Publications

The Ultimate Dallas Omakase Sushi Guide

Chef’s-choice sushi tastings are everywhere. Here’s how to choose the right one for you.
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Restaurants & Bars

North Texas’ Kati Rolls Are Ready for Their Moment

We visited several spots in Dallas and its suburbs that feature the kati roll (or kathi roll)—and even one that turns this fast Indian street snack into a taco.
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Restaurant Reviews

You Need to Try the Sunday Brunch at Petra and the Beast

Expect savory buns, super-tender fried chicken, slabs of smoked pork, and light cocktails at the acclaimed restaurant’s new Sunday brunch service.
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Restaurants & Bars

Where to Find the Best Italian Food in Dallas

From the Tuscan countryside to New York-inspired red sauce joints, we recommend the best of every variety of Italian food available in North Texas.
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