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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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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 ...

All-American Cheese

Upscale Dallas restaurants embrace creamy nostalgic favorite in hot dining trend

By Teresa Gubbins

A novel ingredient is showing up on the menus at many of Dallas' hottest restaurants, such as Remedy, Knife, Proof + Pantry and Dallas Grilled Cheese Co. The ingredient is creamy ...

Expo Park Renaissance

New bar and grill leads wave of buzzy openings in Exposition Park

By Teresa Gubbins

The opening of Eight Bells Alehouse is not the only news for Exposition Park. A new restaurant-bar and a well-known coffee roaster also are set to give the area a ...

Bar Switchup

Bishop Arts team nabs old Amsterdam Bar space in Expo Park

By Teresa Gubbins

Well, that sure didn't take long: A new tenant has been found for the Amsterdam Bar space in Expo Park, which just closed last week. Meri Dahlke and Michael ...

Ramen on the Way

New ramen spot Wabi House finds a home on Dallas' foodie avenue

By Teresa Gubbins

The ramen trend is still in its early stages in Dallas-Fort Worth; compared to other cities, we're tragically under-ramened. But that'll change with the opening of Wabi House ...

City News Roundup

Zombie Trinity toll road supporters and more city news around Dallas this week

By Teresa Gubbins

Weather was a big story this week, but it wasn't the only news in Dallas. There's things happening already in anticipation of the upcoming city election in May ...

Elephants in the News

Ringling Bros. elephant at Fort Worth Zoo won't be retired — yet

By Teresa Gubbins

After 145 years, Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus announced on March 5 that it will retire its signature elephants from the show by 2018 and keep them at a ...

Outstanding Tickets

Police trigger annual warrant roundup to hunt down Dallas scofflaws

By Teresa Gubbins

If you have an outstanding traffic ticket, it's time for the scofflaw party, when law enforcement agencies across North Texas conduct their annual state-wide warrant roundup for Class C ...

Animal Crimes

North Texas firefighter charged with animal cruelty after gloating on Facebook

By Teresa Gubbins

Timothy Conatser, a former volunteer firefighter for Royse City, was arrested on two counts of felony animal cruelty after bragging on Facebook that he'd shot two dogs. Conatser, 20 ...

Where to Eat Right Now

Where to eat in Dallas right now: 10 best restaurants for the big splurge

By Teresa Gubbins

In our February edition of Where to Eat, we offered 10 restaurants in Dallas where you could take someone out for a date on the cheap. But after some reflection ...

Victory Park News

Victory Park continues renaissance with new restaurants and shops

By Teresa Gubbins

Victory Park has five new tenants moving in that include a branch of Buzzbrews, the 24-hour restaurant chain, and a Jimmy John's sandwich shop. "With the sheer volume of ...

BrainDead Is Open

Cookies and milk could upstage beer at now-open BrainDead Brewing in Deep Ellum

By Teresa Gubbins

In Dallas' biggest beer news since the advent of the crowler, March 3 marks the opening of BrainDead Brewing, the new brewery-brewpub in Deep Ellum. BrainDead is the craft beer ...

Green Politics

Environmental political action group hatches campaign for upcoming Dallas city elections

By Teresa Gubbins

With a key deadline now behind us, Dallas is on the road to a city election on May 9 that promises big changes, and a group called the Dallas Green ...

RIP Tom Spicer

Dallas restaurant community mourns loss of produce man Tom Spicer

By Teresa Gubbins

UPDATE: There'll be a "Celebration of Life" party hosted by Spicer's son Erik Spicer, at the Stoneleigh P on Sunday March 8 at 4 pm. The event will ...

Last Call

Amsterdam Bar pours final beer after nearly two decades in Exposition Park

By Teresa Gubbins

The Amsterdam Bar in Exposition Park is closing, and it's on short notice: The last night is tonight. The bar announced its closure with a Facebook update that read ...

News You Can Eat

DFW loses Asian restaurant gem but gains brunch in this food news sampler

By Teresa Gubbins

A great Asian restaurant in Fort Worth closed, but there's brunch and beer everywhere. Here's our latest sampler of restaurant news: In sad news, the excellent indie Asian ...

Funds For Artists

Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs has grant money for artists to burn

By Teresa Gubbins

Dallas' Office of Cultural Affairs has a new funding program for nonprofit cultural arts organizations and individual artists in all disciplines, in awards of $1,000 to $5,000. The ...

New HP Condos

Luxury condos are going up on vibrant perimeter of Highland Park

By Teresa Gubbins

Ground has broken on a luxury condominium on the perimeter of Highland Park with direct access to the Katy Trail. Called The Mondara, the development is a 35-unit building going ...

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