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Brunch Of The Week: Take A Trip To Mexico

For years, our friends from the northern territories of Dallas-Fort Worth have begged us to try Mexican Sugar. And for years, we’ve decided going to actually Mexico is almost as fast as getting to a restaurant in far north Plano. (We’re kidding, of course, but only partially.) Well, this past weekend we decided to finally dust off the old Toll […]

Brunch Of The Week: Take A Trip To Mexico

For years, our friends from the northern territories of Dallas-Fort Worth have begged us to try Mexican Sugar. And for years, we’ve decided going to actually Mexico is almost as fast as getting to a restaurant in far north Plano. (We’re kidding, of course, but only partially.) Well, this past weekend we decided to finally dust off the old Toll […]

Brunch Of The Week: Ooh, What You Do, Nikky

In most of Asia, breakfast is simply a time of day more than a specific type of food. You’ll often find locals eating exactly what they would for lunch or dinner, unlike America where we have very distinct ideas of what the morning meal looks like. At Asian Mint, chef Nikky Phinyawatana wanted to create a brunch menu that reflects true […]

One Primo Happy Hour

We can hardly think of a single party for a 10-year-old we would ever want to attend. We barely wanted to go to our own when we chalked up our first decade on earth because most 10-year-olds are weirdos. Our tune has changed, however, thanks to a celebration for Ocean Prime Dallas, which has also turned 10. From now until […]

Love Is In The Air (Literally)

Get ready for mass pandemonium, people—Valentine’s Day falls on a Friday this year. Therefore, it’s safe to expect reservations to be tough to get all over the city simply because nobody wants to piss off Cupid. But we stumbled upon a laidback alternative for anyone seeking something a little different. At Saint Rocco’s New York Italian at Trinity Groves, they’re […]

Brunch Of The Week: Theme Queens

Every gay knows that costumes aren’t just for Halloween. If there’s a theme party any day of the year, we’re all over it. Hell, we’ve already invited people to come as their favorite daytime TV personalities for our funeral’s “Good Mourning, America” theme. But hopefully, that’s at least a few years down the road. We’re looking to the near future […]

Brunch Of The Week: Monday Funday

Take a look at that spread. Doesn’t it look tempting? Sure, maybe not quite as tempting as Tom Daley’s spread, but as far as food goes it’s right there at the top. It’s all part of one of our favorite pastimes in town, the Jam+Toast Brunch at The Rustic. Normally only available on Saturday and Sunday, for the long holiday […]

It Doesn’t Have To Be Hard To Make You Happy

Ready to remove liquor from your happy hour repertoire? Fear not, you’ll still get a buzz from the cocktails at MoMo Italian Kitchen’s inventive Apertivi Hour. Happening Monday through Friday from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. (and 8:00 p.m. on Wednesdays), this great-value happy hour will challenge everything you thought you knew about booze. You can still get favorites such as […]

Brunch Of The Week: There’s Got To Be A Morning After

Eat all the things. If this is your dining motto, you probably already know about the Dallas Observer‘s famous Morning After Brunch, celebrating its third edition on Saturday, February 8. The past three years have sold out, so we wanted to give you ample opportunity to secure tickets to this festive fête featuring a practically unlimited variety of brunch food and […]

Please Send Noods

For years we’ve been saying there’s something seriously lacking in Dallas’ Asian street food scene: Dad jokes. Well, once Red Stix opened quietly over the holiday on Hillcrest Avenue across the street from SMU, our wish has been granted. And so many others. From the brilliant, beautiful, sassy Uno Immanivong (Chef Uno for short), this fast-casual restaurant represents an expanded […]

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