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Eve Hill-Agnus

Eve Hill-Agnus

Former Dining Critic

Eve Hill-Agnus was D Magazine’s dining critic from 2014-2021. She has roots in France and California and during her time at D wrote in depth about Japanese, Italian, Korean, and Italian food in Dallas, the Filipino pop-up movement, art and dance in addition to restaurant reviews. She also enjoyed writing profiles of chefs and tackling other subjects in the food industry. Her writing earned the magazine several nods from the City and Regional Magazine Association and other award-granting entities. She left the magazine to live and work in Paris.

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Stories by Eve Hill-Agnus

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Visual Arts

See These Art Exhibitions Before They Close in January

There are six must-see art shows in Dallas and Fort Worth. Make time for them.
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Theater & Dance

Bruce Wood Dance’s Awake Feels Apt in Our Times

There is no ignoring the politics in a lineup full of haunting beauty that highlights the power of art in any time.
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Theater & Dance

A Powerhouse Extravaganza of Local Arts Talent Joins for One Night To Benefit HIV/AIDS Service Organizations

In A Gathering 2022, Charles Santos of TITAS/DANCE UNBOUND reminds us that the lights haven’t gone dark on the AIDS epidemic more than 40 years later.
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Theater & Dance

How Bruce Wood Dance’s Newest Season Opener Brings You To the Brink and Back

A DMA-commissioned premiere takes the dance company—and us—far beyond the stage and The Rite of Spring pushes limits.
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Food & Drink

Long Live Mex-Mex!

Dallas is still rooted in Tex-Mex, but ambitious chefs and bartenders and restaurateurs are now exploring the roots and flavors of traditional Mexican cuisines. Let's call it Mex-Mex.

Stories by Eve Hill-Agnus

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Restaurants

Dallas’ Most Baller Restaurant Bathrooms

During the pandemic, our city’s top spots doubled down on the destination bathroom, where every carefully curated inch is an extension of the aesthetic, and full immersion is the goal. Here are our maximalist favorites, old and new.
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Restaurant Review

Cry Wolf Welcomes You to the New Old East Dallas

After On the Lamb came and went too quickly in 2016, chef Ross Demers is back with an exciting concept that fits right in.
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From the Dining Critic's Notebook

Our Dining Critic Says Goodbye to Reviewing for D Magazine

Eve Hill-Agnus reflects on more than seven years of dining criticism.
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Restaurant Review

The Tango Room Is Out of Step With Its Lofty Goals

For all its wine acumen and ambition, Tango Room trips and falls on its way to becoming the tiny, tony steakhouse it wants to be.
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Farmers Markets

Elmwood Farm Will Either Close or Move, Highlighting the Challenge of Urban Agriculture

The small urban farm’s lease will not be renewed after two years. It shows how difficult it can be for small, community-driven efforts to compete with other uses.