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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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Yolk expanding its Dallas presence with new location this fall

Preston Center will soon offer another breakfast option for locals and shoppers. Chicago-based Yolk will open a 150-seat restaurant with patio seating in late September or early October, Yolk founder and CEO Taki Kastanis told EscapeHatch. Yolk specializes in hearty breakfasts (Benedicts, French toast, pancakes, scramblers) but also serves lunch daily. The Preston Center location is taking over the former Continue reading →

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Time has finally run out for pioneering Trinity Groves restaurant with “Limited Time” concept

The concept sounded daring when it opened: rotate chefs and artists quarterly, allowing new talent to strut in the “permanent pop-up” on a regular basis. Though owner Casie Caldwell tweaked the formula by extending the talent run beyond three months and recruiting TV talent like chef Blythe Beck, Kitchen LTO has finally reached the end of its Limited Continue reading →

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