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Dec

Parklets coming to Dallas

In recent city news, Dallas has partnered with Better Block to make the city more inviting to diners during COVID. Parklets will be coming to Dallas through Better Block’s program. City council recently authorized the change to help local private businesses cope with the challenging times. City Council chose Better Block because of it’s passion […]

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Nov

Oak Lawn’s best restaurants

We’ve taken a look at one of Dallas’s most progressive neighborhoods to find its best food. The Uptown district is known for being one the city’s most LGBTQ-friendly areas. It’s close to Downtown, so Oak Lawn has some great food and fantastic arts and nightlife. Because of its proximity to so many great amenities, it’s […]

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Nov

Café Momentum has plans to go national with its program

The award winning Café Momentum has announced that they have plans to bring their restaurants to more cities across the US, according to Eater Dallas1. The innovative restaurant is known for its modern American food and, even more so, its program that allows recently released members of the juvenile justice system the opportunity to learn […]

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Nov

XOXO Dining Room re-opens in Dallas

In-the-know diners of Dallas beware, XOXO Dining Room has just re-opened in town. We recently saw the upscale restaurant open before the COVID pandemic, but it closed once it became mandatory for eateries across the city. The exciting new spot is sure to be a hit for the social class, with its stylish features and […]

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Nov

The most interesting Dallas breakfast spots

Dallas has long been home to a number of top-of-the-line breakfast spots. From old-school, retro diners to upscale brunch havens, the city has everything you could want in terms of breakfast foods. Our list highlights some of the most interesting options that the city offers, all of which have brought more great food to Dallas’ […]

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Oct

City Council makes positive changes for COVID-era restaurants

According to the Dallas Observer, Dallas City Council has approved a change that will affect city restaurants in a major way. Previously, restaurants were required to have at least one parking spot per one hundred to two hundred square feet of space1. Dallas eateries also had to have patio or outside seating areas be enclosed. […]

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Oct

Dia de los Muertos Festivities in the Dallas area

The Mexican holiday, Dia de los Muertos (or “Day of the Dead” for the non-Spanish speaking readers) is coming up this weekend. The holiday will take place on Sunday, November 1st, and carry over until Monday, the 2nd. Here in Dallas, the exciting celebrations will begin as early as Friday. We’ve put together a list […]

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