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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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Todd Staples Rant

Texas ag commissioner belly aches about Meatless Monday program in schools

By Teresa Gubbins

A Meatless Monday program at the school district in Drippings Springs, about 25 miles west of Austin, has Texas Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples contradicting himself and making less than truthful ...

Enter Ivy Kitchen

Nick & Sam's Grill exits Look Cinemas to make room for new restaurant

By Teresa Gubbins

Big changes are brewing at Nick & Sam's Grill, the casual young sibling of Nick & Sam's from restaurateur Joseph Palladino, including the closure of the branch at Look Cinemas ...

Where To Eat Now

Where to eat in Dallas right now: 10 best new underdog restaurants

By Teresa Gubbins

There are the new restaurants everyone knows about, the ones with the high-profile chefs and $60 steaks. Which is to say, Knife; we are, of course, talking about Knife. But ...

Banh Mi on the Quick

Yum! Brands debuts Banh Shop Vietnamese sandwich concept in Dallas

By Teresa Gubbins

Yum! Brands will debut Banh Shop, its fast-casual banh mi sandwich concept, in Dallas, with an opening date set for September 12. The shop is located at 5629 SMU Blvd ...

Texas Humane Legislation Network

Dallas animal advocacy conference sets its sights on lions, tigers and bears

By Teresa Gubbins

If you were trying to find the animal-advocacy conference at the Highland Dallas (formerly Palomar) hotel on September 6, you didn't have to look hard. A display of bejeweled ...

Justice Served

Dallas-area man gets stiff sentence for beating dog to death with shovel

By Teresa Gubbins

A Mesquite man was sentenced to 6 1/2 years for beating his dog with a shovel and drowning her. A jury found Robert Prichard, 60, guilty of felony animal ...

City Budget Update

Dallas City Council nudges along 2014-15 budget process with life-saving compromise

By Teresa Gubbins

Following some dramatic spreadsheet action, the City of Dallas budget for 2014-15 moved another step forward on September 3 with the approval of an amendment that scored increases for a ...

Hot Dogs for Deep Ellum

Deep Ellum gets Luschered up with new hot dog joint from Grape co-owner

By Teresa Gubbins

Chef Brian Luscher joins the exciting stampede into Deep Ellum: The chef and co-owner of The Grape has snapped up the space at 2653 Commerce St. for Luscher's, his ...

Bearish About Beer

Union Bear pledges to make a comeback in new Dallas location

By Teresa Gubbins

Unpeggable beer spot Union Bear may have closed in West Village, but it shall return, vows new owner Preston Lancaster. His 33 Restaurant Group owns Taverna Rossa and Cadillac Pizza ...

Brewery Down

Dallas craft beer innovator Union Bear closes at West Village

By Teresa Gubbins

The unique beer-centric bar Union Bear has closed at West Village. It served its final meal on August 31. Chef and co-owner Matt Spillers founded Union Bear not only as ...

Uptown Restaurant Goes Down

Uptown Dallas misfit Belly & Trumpet shutters abruptly

By Teresa Gubbins

UPDATE: A spokesperson for the Ellmans released a statement as follows: "A well-known bar/restaurant owner and operator will be taking over Belly & Trumpet and creating a new concept for ...

Majestic on McKinney

Bread Winners alumni tap Hell's Kitchen chef to create restaurant magic

By Teresa Gubbins

The location at 4900 McKinney Ave. gets one more chance at life, and maybe, finally, this is the one. Henry's Majestic is a new restaurant-bar coming soon to the ...

Deep Ellum Dining News

Crafty beer-driven restaurant Armoury D.E. moves into Deep Ellum's best address

By Teresa Gubbins

The seriously trending-up Deep Ellum will soon see another eating-and-drinking establishment called Armoury D.E. It is going into one of the most enviable addresses in the neighborhood: 2714 Elm ...

State Fair Food Winners

Craft beer scores righteous win at State Fair of Texas 2014 Big Tex Choice Awards

By Teresa Gubbins

After a timely critique by a panel of first-time judges, the State Fair of Texas has announced the winners of the 2014 Big Tex Choice Awards, and its outcome will ...

Smoking BBQ

Deep Ellum BBQ joint Pecan Lodge suffers fire in the smokehouse

By Teresa Gubbins

Deep Ellum BBQ joint Pecan Lodge sustained a small fire on August 31 in the smokehouse, and it was not the good kind of fire. But phew, it wasn't ...

Craft Beer News

Rahr and Lakewood Brewing collaborate on beer but the name's a mouthful

By Teresa Gubbins

For the first time ever in the history of North Texas craft beer, two local breweries have come together to collaborate on a beer release. The brewers? Rahr & Sons of ...

Circus Under Attack

Ringling Bros. popularity plummets amid growing protests over animal cruelty

By Teresa Gubbins

It's opening night for the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus at American Airlines Center in Dallas, making its annual summer trek through Texas on this not-too-hot night on ...

News You Can Eat

Pizza redo, tequila-spiked watermelon and more bites of Dallas food news

By Teresa Gubbins

At one end of the Dallas restaurant news spectrum, we have caviar and a dapper new bar serving sophisticated cocktails. At the other end lie beer, burgers, barbecue and pizza ...

Cane Rosso Caves

Beaten by White Rock's entitled parents, Cane Rosso fills in patio fountain

By Teresa Gubbins

Can Lakewood not have nice things? After more than a year of struggle, Neapolitan pizzeria Cane Rosso White Rock has filled in the copper-lined fountain on its patio. Owner Jay ...

Chef News

The Grape's new chef de cuisine hopes to continue reign as pasta queen

By Teresa Gubbins

Greenville Avenue perennial favorite The Grape has a new chef de cuisine: Sarah Snow, who will work with chef-owner Brian Luscher. Snow fills the clogs left by Danyele McPherson, who ...

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