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Bits & Bites: Things to Do and Chew in Dallas This Weekend, August 9

Writing this final post has made it sink in that this really is my last day as an intern at D Magazine. I am so sad that I won’t be contributing to SideDish on a regular basis anymore (look out for my comments), but I am especially sad that I have to leave Carol. Many […]

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Giveaway: $100 Gift Card to Spend at Garden Cafe

There’s something about a place where you can bring both your appetite and your pooch that makes for the perfect neighborhood hangout. For old east Dallas, Garden Café is the go-to spot. Mark Wootton, manager and cook at the white brick café at Junius Square, takes home-style cooking up a notch. His dishes are made […]

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It’s Here! Best of Big D: Food and Drink 2013 is Up

That booger, Nancy Nichols, kinda screwed up last week when she teased y’all with a Best of Big D: Food and Drink post without a link. Evil. No worries, though. Your days of waiting are over. Find out which Dallas restaurants won your vote. A huge congrats to all the winners!

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Bastille on Bishop 2013: Our Night in France

Wine, cigars, sausage, and long lines. Emphasis on the wine and long lines. That’s what you would’ve found if you attended Bastille on Bishop in the Bishop Arts District last night. The largest French festival in Dallas started at 6 p.m., but by the time I got there around 7:30 p.m., a couple food tents […]

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Fourth of July Guide: 4 Dallas Chefs’ Favorite Cookout Recipes

This July 4, don’t settle for your usual hot-dog-and-hamburger routine. Four Dallas chefs are sharing their secrets and tips for the tastiest Independence Day cookout your neighborhood has ever seen. Step it up a notch with Lockhart’s spicy adobo sauce, Komali’s pineapple habanero ribs, TJ’s grilled salmon with cucumber dill sauce, and Chino’s teriyaki steak […]

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Event Recap:D Magazine’s 100 Best Restaurants Party

As all of you know (or should know!), our 100 Best Restaurants issue is out on newsstands, and we couldn’t be more proud of it. Nancy worked her tail end off, writing 100 blurbs for each of the honorees. One hundred blurbs, my friends, is not an easy task. On Wednesday night, our company put […]

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