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Rosin Saez

Rosin Saez

Online Dining Editor, D Magazine

Rosin Saez is the online dining editor for D Magazine's food blog SideDish. She hails from Seattle, Washington, where she studied at the University of Washington, slurped oysters, grilled salmon, and worked as an editor at Seattle Met Magazine. Rosin has covered everything from Washington's vast ferry system to Dallas' diverse food scene. Follow her food shenanigans on Twitter and Instagram.

Stories by Rosin Saez

A “Coming Soon” sign for Revolver Taco Lounge in the Radiator Alley part of Deep Ellum in between Main and Elm streets.

Revolver Taco Lounge Expands With a Gastro-Cantina in Deep Ellum

In a few months, Regino Rojas will pilot a new Mexican cantina right around the corner from his Main Street taqueria.

The Most Customizable Lentil Soup Recipe You’ll Ever Need

Cooks Without Borders’ Leslie Brenner shares her no-fail, clean-out-the-fridge lentil recipe that’s perfect for any night of the week.
Black Bird Society
Bar Review

The Rare Pours and Moody Digs of Blackbird Society

In Deep Ellum, a manga-inspired speakeasy broods behind sibling bar Neon Kitten.
The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial in Washington, DC.
Doing Good

Kick Off the Year as a Volunteer, Starting on MLK Day

Make the day off a day on. Here are six places in Dallas where you can do some good.
Pizza Lounge dining room with stools and chairs on the tables.

Pizza Lounge Is Closed. A Love Letter to Its Perfect Garlic Knots.

On the corner of Exposition and Parry avenues, Pizza Lounge served big ol’ pies and greasy (ideal) garlic knots. It closed January 9.

Stories by Rosin Saez


It’s Chilly Out. Make This Coconut Curry to Warm Your Bones.

Cold weather calls for curry, and Hai Hospitality has just the recipe for bowl of something warm and comforting.
Close-up shot of a pepperoni and olive Detroit-style pizza.
Pop-Up Life

Dallas Pop-Ups to Check Out This Weekend

Yakamein. Detroit-style pizza. Cookies and a pint of Peticolas. The pop-ups are back.
Neon Sign that says “God Save the Rodeo Bar”

Yeehaw, Rodeo Bar Struts Back Into Downtown

The Texas tavern opens inside the Adolphus Hotel January 10 with original ’80s-era neon signage and some new tricks, too—namely a remodeled space and a refreshed menu.
The Gin Tonic bar at Legacy Hall.

Where to Tip Back Spirit-Free Drinks Around Dallas

Be it Dry January or sobriety or “my liver needs some R&R”—whatever the booze-less impetus—here’s where to find some tasty non-alcoholic beverages.
Exterior of Resident Taqueria
Restaurant & Bar Updates

Well, It Looks Like Dallas Restaurants Are Adjusting to Omicron

Kicking off 2022 with some familiar pandemic challenges. Here’s how a few restaurants are handling omicron.