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Teresa Gubbins

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New England native Teresa Gubbins began her career in Dallas as a pastry chef for the Buffalo Club, Cafe Society and the Mansion on Turtle Creek. In 1992, she joined the Dallas Morning News as a reporter, and she’s been covering the food and dining scene here ever since, for publications such as D Magazine, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, and Pegasus News. She co-authored the first Zagat Survey of Texas Restaurants and has written for Edible Dallas/Fort Worth, American Way Custom Publishing and Nation's Restaurant News.

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City News Roundup

Fair Park's future fires up debate and more city news around Dallas this week

By Teresa Gubbins

The Dallas mayoral contest got a little less crazy this week with the arrest of one candidate. Meanwhile, endorsements for the upcoming May 9 election are starting to roll in ...

Cedars Social Blues

South side Dallas cocktail den hits near-fatal rough patch

By Teresa Gubbins

The cocktail-slinging Cedars Social, near South Side on Lamar, is about to get a reboot, with a new chef and new management. Owner-founder Brian Williams informed his staff of his ...

College Mex-Mex

Arlington food truck-turned-restaurant churns out Mexican street food with a twist

By Teresa Gubbins

A food truck makes the leap to real restaurant when La Blue Casa celebrates its soft opening in Arlington, in the College Park district on the University of Arlington campus ...

Toll Road Debate

Dallas City Council member declares Trinity toll road was sold on 'a pack of lies'

By Teresa Gubbins

Frustrated by a ban on public debate about the Trinity toll road, Dallas City Council member Philip Kingston held a press conference at City Hall on March 25 to blast ...

Print Still Lives Downtown

City of Dallas clings to faded news format in downtown district

By Teresa Gubbins

While everyone reading this story gets their news online, the city of Dallas is committed to sticking with old-school print in downtown Dallas, and it's paying the Dallas Morning ...

Where To Eat on Easter

The top restaurants in Dallas to dine out on Easter 2015

By Teresa Gubbins

Easter Sunday jumps around from year to year, depending on a variety of factors such as the equinox, the solar calendar and the lunar calendar. Complicated! All we know for ...

City News Roundup

Litmus tests and crazies bloom in this week's Dallas city news

By Teresa Gubbins

As Dallas gets closer to election day on May 9, the craziness bloomed this week like buds on a tree. Meanwhile, the impugned Trinity toll road has become a litmus ...

Farmers Market News

Uptown's West Village resurrects farmers market with renewed foodie focus

By Teresa Gubbins

After a false start a couple years ago, West Village is back in the farmers market game with the Uptown Farmers Market, debuting March 28 and running every Saturday through ...

West End Italian

Grezza feeds West End revival by serving what neighborhood needs: homemade Italian

By Teresa Gubbins

The emerging renaissance of Dallas' West End continues with more good dining news: A new casual Italian restaurant called Grezza will open in the location at 1718 Market St. currently ...

West End Moves

West End restaurant Ellen's Southern Kitchen makes historical move

By Teresa Gubbins

Nearly three years after blazing a trail in the West End, indie restaurant Ellen's Southern Kitchen is moving. But it will remain in the neighborhood, in a "bigger, better ...

News You Can Eat

Dallas restaurants pluck around with chicken in this serving of food news

By Teresa Gubbins

Dallas gets the second branch of Yum's exploratory chicken-sandwich concept. And with spring in the wings, there are brunches blossoming everywhere. Eat up: In April, Yum Brands will open ...

Tata Tu-Lu's

Gluten-free options shrink in Dallas with closure of Preston Center bakery

By Teresa Gubbins

It's a gluten-free emergency: The Preston Center branch of Tu-Lu's Gluten-Free Bakery has closed after three years, with two final closeout days on March 17 and 18. Preston ...

Chocolate Is a Science

New Yelibelly chocolatier plays mad scientist in Southlake with startling flavors

By Teresa Gubbins

A new chocolatier in Southlake called Yelibelly offers chocolates you probably haven't seen before, infused with unusual ingredients such as wasabi, habañero and toasted Hawaiian coconut in white ...

Celebrity News

Rihanna and Big Bang Theory star give Plano red carpet action for Home premiere

By Teresa Gubbins

Rihanna fans who'd like to see her up close (sort of) should head to Plano on March 17, when the pop superstar walks the red carpet, along with Big ...

City News Roundup

Trinity toll road questions commence in this episode of Dallas city news

By Teresa Gubbins

So much Trinity toll road. Candidates for Dallas City Council and mayor are starting to make the rounds, with forums, surveys and questionnaires. But how do they feel about the ...

Gatsby Opens Downtown

New Gatsby nightclub aims to fulfill champagne dreams in downtown Dallas

By Teresa Gubbins

A new club opening in downtown called Gatsby celebrates its grand opening on March 13 with burlesque dancers, chocolates and lots of champagne. It takes over the old Plush space ...

Crime News

Dallas police make arrest in murder of man enjoying snowfall for first time

By Teresa Gubbins

A suspect has been arrested in the murder of Ahmed Al-Jumaili, who was shot on March 4 while enjoying the snowfall outside his apartment at the Walnut Bend complex at ...

New Restaurant Delivery

New delivery service gives discerning Dallas diners one more excuse to stay in

By Teresa Gubbins

Another restaurant delivery service has hit Dallas. Called Caviar, it's so named to signal the upper-crust quality of the establishments on its client list, which have never participated in ...

So Chef-Driven

Dallas restaurant dream team debuts Spork roadside eatery in old Sonic

By Teresa Gubbins

This is sudden: The fast-casual restaurant known as Spork, dubbed a "chef-driven roadside eatery," opens on March 11 at Frankford and Preston roads in North Dallas, in a former Sonic ...

Buda Juice Expansion

Juicy chain brings healthy new option to Mockingbird Station patrons

By Teresa Gubbins

Booming local juice company Buda Juice has signed on to open a branch at Mockingbird Station. This will be the fifth location, and it's set to open at the ...

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