In-N-Out Burger is set to open its third restaurant this morning in Dallas on the northbound service road of Central Expressway just north of Lovers Lane. But crowds might be trimmed down this time.
Are you ready for a double bypass burger and a butterfat milkshake? A new restaurant in Dallas promises to pack on pounds and clog your arteries.
The founder of a Dallas steak house has pleaded guilty to swindling an investor out of $300,000. Bob Sambol, founder of Bob’s Steak & Chop House, pleaded guilty late Monday to felony theft.
The CEO of Landry’s Restaurants Inc. plans to make a bid for the shares of McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurants Inc. that he and his affiliates don’t already own.
One year ago Wednesday a Dallas family huddled to mourn the loss of a restaurant and bar they operated for 25 years. But Jeannie Terilli says it didn’t take long to decide that they would re-build the restaurant that bears the family name.
It’s a strip of eclectic restaurants, from wine and pizza to one of the top ranked restaurants in the state. Each eatery has personality and is within walking distance from one another.
The Hamburger is a ubiquitous food across the country, but there are some places that get to lay claim to cornering the hamburger market, and Fort Worth is one of those.
Those who witnessed a disturbing scene on Wednesday night have now come forward to accuse a Dallas pizza restaurant manager of torturing a homeless customer. According to those witnesses, a 61-year-old man was beaten before their eyes for allegedly not paying a bill. And when the police arrived, they arrested the wrong man.
McKinney firefighters are dousing a fire consuming a Mexican restaurant this morning.
A former Dallas-area FBI agent has reportedly worked out a plea deal where she’ll admit she used illegal aliens to staff her restaurant in Rockwall.
Sundance Square and Billy Miner’s Saloon announced Tuesday that Peggy McMullin, owner of Billy Miner’s Saloon, will retire from the restaurant business and will close the landmark restaurant on Sept. 30.