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SideDish Pie Lover Gets a Surprise at Cindi’s Deli

One of our most loyal and lovely SideDish readers popped into Cindi’s Deli to buy a lemon meringue pie. When she got home, she tore off the Cindi’s wrapper and found another: Chef Pierre, a division of Sara Lee. The menu promotes “Fresh Baked Goods Daily” but it doesn’t claim the pie is homemade. A […]

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Sunset Lounge on Ross Turns Into a Restaurant, Reopens Next Week

Little Miss Snitch alerted us to some tinkering at 3030 Ross Avenue. Apparently, there’s been some construction going on at the old Sunset Lounge right next to Central Expressway, and the guys behind this noise are none other than Kyle Noonan and his partner Josh Sepkowitz – the same FreeRange Concepts owners who brought you […]

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Sfuzzi to Open in Dallas Design District; Park Tavern Has a Mock Service Tonight

Little Miss Snitch has a keen eye. She caught sight of this Dallas Business Journal article which lets on that the 1400 Hi Line Tower is negotiating a lease with Sfuzzi. The tower, located in the Design District, has already signed on with Restaurant America for the gastro pub concept Central Standard Time. We’re still […]

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Campo and Oak Owners Team Up For New Restaurant in Old Lumi Space on McKinney. They Need Us to Name the Restaurant!

Dallas is a city full of buddy-buddy chefs and owners. For the most part, these talented folks leave their knives in the kitchen. (We, the media, have a different set of weapons but that is another story.) This morning comes word from Teresa Gubbshoe Gubbins:  “A new restaurant will open in the old Lumi Empanada […]

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Southern Comforts Roadhouse Grill to Open in Dallas

Yep, that is what the website says. According to Little Miss Snitch, the restaurant will occupy the vacated Victoria Hall space at Andrew Ormsby’s catering space on Ross Ave. Should be open at the end of July. UPDATE: Little Miss Snitch sez she thinks it will be operated by Mr. Ormsby. Open in late July.

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