If you show up at Emporium with a clock, you’ll get a discount.Read More
A list of places to cure your hankering for ice cream during happy hour.Read More
Last December we announced that Bisous Bisous Patisserie was slated to move into the West Village in Uptown. Early this morning, the tiny pastry shop opened its doors behind a dust-ridden construction site on McKinney Avenue.Read More
Along with being gluten-free and vegan, all Hail Merry products are non-GMO, kosher, paleo-friendly, and made with pure, natural ingredients, and raw oils.Read More
That’s right, Girl Scout cookies and beer.Read More
Iron your great grandmother’s fall foliage table runner and polish your turkey-shaped candelabras, Thanksgiving is merely a week away. How did it creep up so fast? Good question. Don’t worry if you haven’t had time to dust off your Williams-Sonoma cookbook, though. Area grocery stores are stocked full of ready-made, no fuss options for your holiday banquet. Some of which aren’t too shabby, either.Read More
Cooler temperatures have finally arrived in Dallas. Time to swap that crop-top for your favorite oversized cashmere sweater, and glass of kale juice for a slice of butter pecan pie. Nothing beats curling up next to a fireplace — or space heater — on a frosty day, with a bowl of something sticky and sweet. Desserts just taste better in the fall. Area restaurants are celebrating the cold front with new, seasonal confections. So, change into your stretchy pants and take a look at what they’re plating up.Read More
VNA Meals on Wheels is raising funds by selling Thanksgiving Day pies. If you have not had the pleasure of volunteering to drive Meals on Wheels, consider signing up. Each year the program provides one million meals to homebound senior citizens who can not provide for themselves. Order your pies today.Read More
DoubleTree by Hilton celebrates Veterans Day by handing out thousands of free chocolate chip cookies today from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. at Klyde Warren Park.Read More
October is National Apple Month. What is National Apple Month, you ask? I’m not entirely sure. But I do know that I like apples. And more than apples, I like pie. I’ve yet to find a flaky, succulent circle of happiness that I wasn’t eager to shovel into my mouth; from rhubarb to arguably the best pie on earth — chicken pot pie. So, for this week’s taste test, D Magazine staffers tried a handful of apple pies from grocery stores in town. I didn’t think it would be fair to include luscious, gourmet pies — I’m talking to you Emporium — in the ranking. The pies varied in texture, flavor and price (ranging from $3.99 to $14.99) but only one reigned supreme. Here’s what happened.Read More
Our local food forager, Stacy Markow, finds The Life House, a cute little coffee shop and bakery in Rockwall.Read More
Hi. My name is Lauryn. I am an ice cream addict. It’s a serious problem that has me running to the store at late hours to fill my craving, and even consuming a remaining pint for breakfast, because why the hell not? I am the person standing in the frozen aisle for two hours because […]Read More
Steel City mastered the pop in Alabama, and now there are (almost) two locations in Dallas.Read More
Ann Parravano takes over dessert at LARK.Read More
JOY is getting a brick-and-mortar location on Davis St.Read More
A State-Fair-and-baseball-loving babe just asked me where she could find a funnel cake. Of course she wants it in five minutes. Listen, she is serious.Read More
We are searching for the best chocolate eclairs in Dallas. Someone’s love life depends on your efforts.Read More
I once watched a Freaky Eaters episode of a 20-something man addicted to pizza. Bread, cheese, and tomato sauce was all he’d eat. No veggies, no nothing. His health suffered, his personal life went down the drain, and he was throwing up some weird gunk every morning.
I finished watching that episode and wanted to eat pizza immediately.
Here’s the thing: You can’t hate pizza. There are all sorts of pizzas, so it’s impossible to dislike. Hate Cane Rosso’s? Go to Zoli’s. Want to dine in? No. Fine. Do take out. Or better yet, sit on your couch and watch the Mavs lose by one point and drop to the eighth seed, while you order a 16-incher and swallow your woes with gobfuls of cheese.
That’s the way we do it here in the Big D. We order for delivery.Read More
It takes guts—and a love of macarons—to quit your corporate job after six years, enroll in an intensive pastry program, and start your own French bakery business in Dallas. But Andrea Meyer, head pastry chef and owner of Bisous Bisous Patisserie, did just that.Read More
It’s been a tough weekend. Stanford slayed Kansas and Kentucky beat out the perfect first-seed Wichita State. If you haven’t stepped off your couch and had a good cry yet, maybe you should really consider calling a friend for help. 9-1-1 also works. A good chunk of y’all will need more than a scoop of ice cream to feel better about your brackets.Read More