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Chef Dean Fearing celebrating the 10th Anniversary of his Fearing’s restaurant at Ritz-Carlton Dallas with a “greatest hits” menu launching Thursday, September 7


Hard to believe that good-guy chef Dean Fearing opened his Uptown Dallas restaurant, Fearing’s at the Ritz-Carlton Dallas, ten years ago, but here we are.

To celebrate, the former Mansion on Turtle Creek chef is introducing a special 10th Anniversary menu that debuts this Thursday, September 7. The menu’s special throwback selections will be available to order until the end of September from a special section of the restaurant’s regular menu. Fearing says he selected his favorite dishes from the last ten years, assembling them into a “Reminiscing: 10 Years” menu. Here’s what’s Dean says he’ll be featuring (and the month the item first appeared on the Fearing’s menu):

STARTERS

Chilled Sweet Corn Vichyssoise with Poached Main Lobster, Smoked Texas Tomatoes and Grilled Salsify August 2007

Apricot Barbecue-Glazed Bob White Quail on Iceberg Wedge Salad with Point Reyes Blue Cheese and Cider Braised Bacon October 2007

Grade “A” Big Eye Tuna Duo – Tartare with Sesame Sushi Rice and Shiso/Mint Purée, and Sashimi with Crushed Mango, Crystallized Ginger and Spicy Ponzu May 2008

MAIN COURSES

Cast Iron Alaskan Halibut on Gulf Lump Crab “Succotash” with Tabasco/Bacon Gastrique and Barbecue- Spiced Clams March 2008

Roasted Van Vooren Ranch Pheasant with Natural Gravy on Sweet Corn/Sage Pan Stuffing, Gun Barrel City Greens, and Crispy Pheasant Tenders with Honey Mustard Dressing September 2010

South Texas Nilgai Antelope with Cactus Pear Glaze, Rabbit/Hatch Chile/Queso Fresco Enchilada on Duo of New Mexican Sauces and Carrot/Jicama Slaw July 2010

 

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