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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

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Food & Drink

The Golden Age of Beer in Dallas

It’s a great time to be a beer drinker here. You can get more brews in more places than ever before. And more are coming.
By Matt Abendschein, Brian Brown, Rachel Colman, , Leslie Fuentes, , Tim Rogers, and Diana Spechler
Parterre Espresso Martini
Food & Drink

Drink This Now: The Espresso Martini at Parterre

You’ll want to keep sitting at this downtown coffee shop after the sun goes down.
Nashville Hot Chicken in Dallas
Best Lists

It’s That Time Again: Best of Big D 2022 Reader’s Choice Is Here

Help us pick top contenders in Dallas food and drink. Who makes the best martini? The best burger? Do you have a favorite under-appreciated restaurant? Well, we want to know about it.
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News Bites

News Bites: Handcrafted Ice Cream Arrives in Lakewood and Monica’s Mex-Tex Cantina Closes

SideDish’s weekly digest of need-to-know dining happenings in Dallas.
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Dining Dispatch

Darkoo’s Chicken Shack Has Landed in Old East Dallas

Donny Sirisavath has slightly transformed his Khao Noodle Shop into a haven of crispy Lao-style bird and sake in juice boxes. It opens March 16.

Stories by Rosin Saez

Tetela with kumquats
Food & Drink

Tex-Mex Will Never Die, But We’re Living for Mex-Mex

The latest crop of Mexican and Mexican American chefs are diving deeper into their heritage to give Dallas some truly delicious bites. The proof: our March 2022 feature story up online this week.
Milagro Taco Cantina
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.
Best New Restaurants 2021 Chef Tiffany Derry
Food & Beverage

Tiffany Derry’s Roots Southern Table Is a 2022 James Beard Award Finalist

Otherwise, Dallas is yet again scant on national recognition. (But we know we have amazing food and no awards need to tell us that.)
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Pop-Up Life

Dallas Pop-Ups to Check Out This Weekend

Espresso martinis. Detroit-style pizza. Eat-with-your-hands Filipino kamayan feast. Right this way to the pop-ups you need to know...
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Dining Dispatch

Restaurant Beatrice Will Make You Feel Something About Cajun-Creole Food

The new Oak Cliff restaurant brings vegan gumbo, fried chicken with pepper jelly, and—the main ingredient—love to Beckley Avenue in March.