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Nataly Keomoungkhoun

Nataly Keomoungkhoun

Online Dining Editor, D Magazine

Nataly Keomoungkhoun joined D Magazine as the online dining editor in 2022. She previously worked at the Dallas Morning News, where she wrote about crime, Texas oddities, food insecurity, and wild lawsuits. She’s the only person she knows who got a ZIP code changed for a DFW neighborhood through her reporting. Email her recipes and food tips.

 

Stories by Nataly Keomoungkhoun

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Food & Drink

Vandelay Hospitality Group Slammed with Trademark Infringement Lawsuit by Los Angeles Restaurant 

Vandelay's Hudson House opens today in Los Angeles, and an existing, unrelated California restaurant that shares its name is asking a court to intervene.
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Football

Texas Appeals Court Ruling Delays Jerry Jones’ Paternity Proceedings

The stay was granted for Sen. Royce West, one of Jones' lawyers, who is in Austin for the Texas Legislative session. The delay gives the Dallas Cowboys owner another few months before he may have to take a paternity test.
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Food & Drink

Dallas Will Soon Have Smittox Brewing, One of the First Black-Owned Breweries in North Texas

Smittox Brewing is on track for a summer opening, but you've likely had a sip or two of the brews.
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Food & Drink

More Than a Dozen North Texas Chefs and Restaurants Are 2023 James Beard Semifinalists

And on the full list, 49 Texas bars, chefs, restaurants, and restaurateurs made the cut.

Stories by Nataly Keomoungkhoun

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Food & Drink

The Ultimate Guide to Valentine’s Day Dining in Dallas-Fort Worth

There will be enough pasta, cake, and sparkling wine for everyone, whether you live in Dallas, Frisco, or somewhere in between. Here are your best bets this February 14.
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Food & Drink

Celebrate the Year of the Rabbit and Cat at These D-FW Restaurants and Festivals  

Here’s where you can celebrate with delicious noodles, sweet desserts, and plump dumplings.
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Food & Drink

CocoAndré Co-Founder is Opening a Convenient ‘Grocerant’ in Elmwood

Olmo Market will be a place to find groceries, convenient items, and hot food along a walkable, budding part of the Elmwood neighborhood.