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Oui, Oui, Oui All The Way Home

Ah, to be in Paris right now. Maybe with a Candian flag on our backpack, but still. If you’re looking for an escape from all the negativity and chaos encircling us these past few days, nothing is better than a good old-fashioned Broadway musical. And a spectacular dinner to precede it. From now until February 12, the Broadway touring production […]

Brunch Of The Month: We Tapped That

It’s never too late to squeeze in a story about Bloody Marys. So in celebration of the last day of January (and to give you something to look forward to this weekend), we proudly present our pick for Brunch of the Month: Pie Tap Pizza Workshop + Bar. The concept is new to the Dallas dining scene, but there are already two awesome […]

This Son Shines

Trinity Groves has another hit on its hands and they have one family in particular to thank: the Rodartes. Beto & Son features the culinary craft of Beto and his 23-year-old son, Julian (pictured above). The handsome duo modernizes many traditional dishes, from hearty stacked enchiladas layered with 12-hour-braised barbacoa and a fried egg to the light and tasty shrimp […]

Brunch Of The Month: Gayborhood Tex-Mex

We’re always on the hunt for the latest and greatest spots around Dallas, whether it’s restaurants, bars or back-alley, pop-up spray-tanning businesses. So typically our Brunch of the Month feature is dedicated to newcomers on the scene, which sometimes keeps us from appreciating what we’ve had in front of us all along. When Uncle Julio’s asked us to come in […]

Your Next Tropical Vacation: Greenville Avenue

In our lives, there are three kinds of porn: Hot-guy porn. Food porn. And now, corn soufflé porn. Come on, just look at that golden, sun-kissed mound of carby goodness. We used to drive miles to the nearest Pollo Tropical to get a bucket of the stuff. But now, we don’t have to. Because there’s finally a location open inside […]

Unleavened Heaven

We’re shaking up our usual Fall routine. Normally, we use the cooler weather and body-hiding sweaters and jackets as an excuse to pack on a few pounds. It starts at the State Fair of Texas and continues through that last piece of leftover gingerbread washed down with champagne at 12:01 a.m. on New Year’s Day. This year, we’re going to […]

Rap Star

If there’s one thing we learned from being kidnapped by Dr. Phil and forced to make women’s panties from nothing but gummy-bear vitamins and old photos of our dreamy college roommate, it’s to live life to the fullest. We’re not sure if that all really happened or if it was just the Ambien/boxed White Zinfandel combo during an Orange Is […]

Brunch Of The Month: Muy Buena

Ask any gay man. Great things always come in threes. That’s why we were so excited when El Bolero joined sibling restaurants Oak and Pakpao in the Design District. Not only were we confident the decor would be inspired, we knew the menu would be top notch. Well, color us psychic because we were 100% accurate on both counts and […]

Second Helping

Even though there are no drag queens in sight (although we swear there was one little old lady with an Adam’s apple) , the new DISH Preston Hollow is every bit as fabulous as the Cedar Springs original. If you haven’t yet made it to the new DISH, it’s worth a trip to Northwest Highway and Hillcrest Avenue. (Feel free […]

Rising Like A Phoenix

When life give you lemons, you know what to do. When life sets those lemons on fire, you regroup and come back stronger than ever. That’s what Dallas Chop House was forced to do after a three-alarm fire in August shuttered the restaurant for 10 weeks. But they’re back just in time for every kind of holiday celebration you’ve got […]