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Pho, Vietnamese beef noodle soup, the Southeast Asian national dish, is the new taco. Yup, we’re calling it. Here are several of Dallas-Fort Worth pho-tastic offerings.
The Trains at NorthPark are in town through January 1. But what can you eat after riding the rails, that doesn’t involve the mall food court?
Cooking a Thanksgiving dinner at home can be nuts. For those who prefer to keep their sanity intact, eateries are offering specials.
The aroma saturating Lockhart Smokehouse in Dallas is like the sweetest of dreams brought on by the coolest of pillows.
More than just a convenience en route to work, the donut is a smile-inducing DFW fixture found on every street corner and shopping center.
It’s not easy being green in Texas. Irish pubs are here, however, the strict definition of one takes a more fluid bend in the Dallas area.
Hundreds, if not thousands, of taquerías dot the Mextroplex. From roadside shacks to sleek specialty shops, choosing one can be difficult.
“Prost!” is something you’re going to hear a lot soon. The German toast will be inevitably followed by clinking steins filled with the malty beers typically served during Oktoberfest
Texas has a strong German heritage. Diners can enjoy wurst, schnitzel and the quaffable fruit of the Reinheitsgebot year-round.
There are myriad local burger shacks across Dallas that can take on any California carpetbagger and vaunted bun-and-patty purveyors.
Craft beer has earned equal footing with wine, recognized as a mature beverage worthy of study, rumination and aging. An increasing number of bars and restaurants are employing cicerones (the beer equivalent of a sommelier) […]
The Park Lane Whole Foods Market, the specialty grocer’s Dallas flagship store, is a slice of beer-geek heaven. Its beer aisle holds 600 varieties of sudsy libations, while its wine bar has six taps of […]