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Iconic Bishop Arts restaurant has new owners, new chef

Tillman’s Roadhouse in Bishop Arts has new owners, who plan an extensive top-to-bottom redo. Chef Jeffrey Kollinger (The Spice of Life Catering) and his brother Ross acquired the restaurant from Todd Fiscus and Sara Tillman, the original co-owner and wife of the late Ricky Tillman. Dean Fearing protege Michael Morabito will lead the new kitchen, which is expected to remain open during Continue reading →


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Acclaimed Heim Barbecue set to open permanent Fort Worth home on August 6

Pit masters Travis and Emma Heim have set an opening date for the first permanent location of their acclaimed Heim Barbecue: Saturday, August 6th at 11 a.m. Formerly a mobile operation, demand for the Heim’s excellent smoked ‘cue outstripped the amount the two couple could produce from a trailer-based site, so the two began looking for a brick-and-mortar Continue reading →



The Halal Guys, Hopdoddy secretly expanding to Dallas suburbs 

When The Halal Guys debuts its first Dallas store tomorrow, expect tasty food, good values, super friendly employees… and possibly a long line. The New York City-based company is on an expansion roll, and Dallas is expected to be one of their hottest markets, says the Dallas group franchising the concept locally. Lines of customers often wrap around Continue reading →


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Jason Harper’s new summer menu at Trio hits some chill notes right now

Chef Jason Harper has launched a new summer menu at his Trio New American Cuisine in Colleyville that speaks to me right now.  Pork Belly Nuoc Cham (watermelon, peanuts, mint and cold chili lime noodles) sounds pretty good, but so does smoked quail stuffed with creamed corn, braised collards, apple slaw and maple bourbon BBQ jus. The menu rotates seasonally – Continue reading →


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Americano Restaurant intros new family-style Sunday Supper

Americano, the downtown Dallas Italian-inspired restaurant led by chef Matt Ford, has introduced a new family-style dinner menu, available every Sunday night from 5-10 p.m. The menu includes salad, pizza, and either spaghetti with meatballs or lasagna served for the table, followed by housemade gelato for dessert. $28 per person ($12 for kids 12 and under). 1530 Main St, Dallas, (214) 261-4600 or Continue reading →


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