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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, Gayot.com 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

Trinity toll road puffery paves the way for this week's Dallas city news roundup

By Teresa Gubbins

Everyone was talking about the Trinity toll road this week; the topic was on everyone's lips. There was also some PAC action on the I-345. We channel Gilda Radner ...


For the Animals

Dallas animal shelter forges first-of-its-kind alliance with neighborhood social network

By Teresa Gubbins

To improve communication with residents and pet owners, Dallas' Animal Services Department has formed a partnership with neighborhood social network Nextdoor. The shelter joins the Dallas Police Department, which has ...


Remembering Emily Javadi

Family announces celebration of life services for 'amazing soul' Emily Javadi

By Teresa Gubbins

The family of Emily Gabrielle Javadi, the vibrant 34-year-old woman who was killed in a tragic car accident on February 10, have announced details about her services. There will be ...


Spice in the City

Downtown Dallas denizens now have healthier Indian takeout option

By Teresa Gubbins

An interesting new concept called Spice in the City debuts in downtown Dallas on February 16, serving health-conscious to-go food at lunch and dinner with Indian, Pakistani and Malaysian spices ...


Risky Business

Family goes off on suspect during crazy police chase through northeast Dallas

By Teresa Gubbins

A driver led police on a risky chase through northeast Dallas, and every twist and turn was documented by helicopter news crews. The suspect, Artrai Alexander, 40, is being charged ...


More Top Pots

Seattle doughnut shop Top Pot triples down on Dallas with new locations

By Teresa Gubbins

After testing the local waters with a branch it opened in North Dallas in 2014, Seattle-based doughnut chain Top Pot is tripling down with three more outlets opening around Dallas ...


Tragic Accident

Drunk driver kills 34-year-old woman in Uptown Dallas

By Teresa Gubbins

Emily Gabrielle Javadi, a vibrant 34-year-old entrepreneur who'd started her own cake-pop business, was struck by a speeding car and killed on February 10 in Uptown Dallas. According to ...


Downtown Bar News

Anticipated downtown Dallas watering hole The Mitchell spills opening date

By Teresa Gubbins

With all the scrutiny on keeping the history in our downtown core intact, it's one for the good guys with The Mitchell, the bar opening this week in the ...


Fast Casual Greek

Little Greek Restaurant dishes true-blue specialties fast in Dallas proper

By Teresa Gubbins

Mediterranean restaurants, we have. But Greek restaurants, not as much. Little Greek Restaurant to the rescue. This small chain from Florida will open two branches in North Texas, including one ...


Sushi News

Former Kenichi chef adds sushi to the mix at Trinity Groves in Dallas

By Teresa Gubbins

The latest restaurant at Trinity Groves brings the ultimate in gentrification cuisine: sushi. Called Sushi Bayashi, it opens February 10 and features authentic Japanese food from owner-operator Yuki Hirabayashi, former ...


City News Roundup

Buses, trains and planes send this edition of Dallas news on the road

By Teresa Gubbins

Dallas got crazy this week. When it wasn't busy blowing up buildings or mowing down historic trees, there were charrettes to plan, buses to buy and planes to fly ...


Design District Brewery

Texas Ale Project turns Dallas Design District into bona fide brewery alley

By Teresa Gubbins

The Dallas Design District is shaping up to be the city's brewery district. The latest is Texas Ale Project, which has been in soft-opening mode, but a grand opening ...


High-Speed News

Two downtown Dallas locations come up as finalists for high-speed rail stop

By Teresa Gubbins

Two centrally located spots in Dallas have been selected as finalist sites for the station in the high-speed train that's being plotted between Dallas and Houston. Both sites are ...


Saving Downtown Dallas

Preservation task force convenes to save the face of downtown Dallas

By Teresa Gubbins

Following the destruction of a century-old building in downtown Dallas, a task force is brainstorming a plan to make sure it doesn't happen again. Led by Landmark Commission chair ...


Where To Eat Now

Where to eat in Dallas right now: 10 best restaurants for cheap dates

By Teresa Gubbins

The most sought-after request for restaurant recommendations generally goes like this: "I'm looking for a restaurant that's nice for a date, but not too fussy. I want a ...


Milky Alternatives

Starbucks meets coffee drinkers' demand for another nondairy option

By Teresa Gubbins

After being deluged with requests, Starbucks is introducing a new nondairy option to its drink lineup: coconut milk. It will be available in all stores beginning February 17. According to ...


Historic Tree Down

Historic tree at White Rock Lake Park reduced to pile of mulch — by accident

By Teresa Gubbins

In what one nature lover described as a demoralizing and disheartening move, a 170-year-old tree at White Rock Lake was destroyed by a contractor for the City of Dallas. According ...


BrainDead Preview

Bevvies and nosh at Deep Ellum's BrainDead Brewing rise above run-of-the-mill

By Teresa Gubbins

As the minutes tick down to the opening of BrainDead Brewing, details have emerged about the food and beer that will be served at this anticipated brewery and brewpub in ...


Greatest Hits

David Cross film takes radical pay-what-you-want tour through Dallas

By Teresa Gubbins

Dallas will be part of an experimental film tour by comedian David Cross, whose first feature film, Hits, will screen for one day at Texas Theatre. The unusual part is ...


Salsa Lounge Slash Coffee Shop

Cafe Salsera's dual personality includes something new for Deep Ellum

By Teresa Gubbins

A new concept coming to Deep Ellum promises to bring something the neighborhood definitely does not have: salsa dancing. Called Cafe Salsera, it'll be a Latin-Caribbean restaurant with salsa ...


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