Leslie Brenner reports the results of Food and Wine magazine’s “The People’s Best New Chefs” voting. Chef Tim Byres from Smoke won the Southwest. Byres will be profiled in the magazine’s July issue. Congrats to Chef Byres. And thanks for doing your part to put Dallas on the international culinary scene.
Rest of the winners go below. Continue reading "How the Southwest Was Won: Tim Byres Received More Votes than Casey Thompson"
The restaurant rumor mill was churning last night. Word on the street: Dean and Lynae Fearing are getting divorced. At the risk of sounding corny, when I heard the gossip a sharp pang pierced my heart.
“Yes, it’s true,” says Lynae. “It’s sad, but it’s time to move on. We are not angry and neither one of us have one minute of regret. We are going to show how to do divorce the right way.”
The Fearing’s have been married for 20 years and have two children. They are also business partners with Tracy and Kent Rathbun in the restarant Shinsei and the newly opened culinary shop Duo.
Dean just texted me a statement.
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“After 20 years of marriage, Dean and Lynae Fearing have made the difficult decision to file for divorce. “We are deeply committed to remaining friends and loving parents to our two sons, and we are grateful for the support of friends and family at this time.”
Occasionally I peruse real estate websites to find restaurants for sale. This morning I found lots of juicy deals.
Contemporary Indian Restaurant located in far North Dallas. Partnership break-up forces sale. $395,000
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Sports Bar with award-winning pizza. $875,000
Classy nightclub downtown. $4,500,000
Big lime green building on Northwest Highway. $1,200,000
Popular bar on Greenville Ave. $250,000
Sports bar with Asian Cuisine located in “the hub of where is called restaurant capital” $295,000