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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 Steakhouse Very Sharp

John Tesar continues cutlery theme with new steakhouse at Hotel Palomar

By Teresa Gubbins

The encouraging timeframe of "late April" has been targeted as the opening date for Knife, the "modern steakhouse" taking over the old Central 214 space at the Hotel Palomar from ...

Arts District Dining

Stephan Pyles' San Salvaje plots salsa attack on Dallas Arts District

By Teresa Gubbins

Chef Stephan Pyles has an opening date for San Salvaje, his new Latin-American restaurant taking over the old Samar space: April 28. Spanish for "wild saint," San Salvaje is described ...

Wine Talk

Mondavi keeps it in the family on Dallas wine stop

By Teresa Gubbins

Say the name Mondavi, and one thing comes to mind: legendary California wine, dating back to the early days of Napa, when winemakers were first discovering the formula for the ...

Light Up the Night

Dallas photographers exploit cool thunderhead cloud for visual thrills

By Teresa Gubbins

A cool and captivating "thunderhead" cloud blossomed in the early evening sky in Dallas on March 27, transfixing drivers, photographers and videographers across North Texas. Part of a storm brewing ...

Red River Tragedy

Fort Worth teen is fourth victim of horrific SXSW crash

By Teresa Gubbins

A Fort Worth teen is the fourth person to die from injuries sustained during the fatal drunk driving crash that occurred during the SXSW festival. De'Andre Tatum, 18, of ...

LYFE's Simple Pleasures

LYFE Kitchen rides healthy restaurant wave washing over Dallas

By Teresa Gubbins

Dallas seems to be the new destination for "healthy" restaurants, with a new chain called LYFE Kitchen about to join an already-busy scene. LYFE will open three area locations in ...

Wine on Tap

Newest trend in Dallas-Fort Worth wine-drinking follows path of craft beer

By Teresa Gubbins

The craft beer boom in Dallas-Fort Worth has everyone buzzing about taps. But there's another tap-related trend moving in: wine on tap. With wine on tap, the bartender pours ...

Public Transportation Expansion

DART to DFW Airport route busts out early

By Teresa Gubbins

In fantastic transportation news, Dallas Area Rapid Transit has bumped up the completion date on the opening of its rail line to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport: DART's 4 ...

Hotel Restaurant Revamp

R Bar & Grill chef Michael West aims to create foodie destination in Arlington hotel

By Teresa Gubbins

Owned and operated by Interstate Hotels & Resorts, the Hilton Arlington just completed a comprehensive, multimillion-dollar renovation of all 308 guestrooms and suites, lobby and public corridors, meeting and event spaces ...

Vietnamese Home Brew

Malai Kitchen in West Village brews its own Asian-style craft beer

By Teresa Gubbins

With craft beer everywhere, Thai-Vietnamese restaurant Malai Kitchen adds a new twist. Owners Braden and Yasmin Wages have acquired a brewpub license and will now offer two beers they're ...

Addison Goes Danish

Royal Danish Bakery promises real-deal European pastries in Addison

By Teresa Gubbins

One category in which the Dallas-Fort Worth area still lacks is European-style bakeries — which makes the opening of Royal Danish Bakery, off the Dallas North Tollway just south of Belt ...

Oldies But Goodies

Prog-rock kings Yes play Fragile in its entirety for summer 2014 concert tour

By Teresa Gubbins

Prog-rock band Yes is mounting a summer 2014 tour with a unique theme: The 35-date excursion will feature the band performing its groundbreaking 1971 album Fragile in its entirety for ...

Park Cities Food News

Village Kitchen and Toko V serve last meal in Highland Park Village

By Teresa Gubbins

If you like chef Andre Natera's roast chicken and lobster mac and cheese at Village Kitchen and Toko V, you need to reserve a table ASAP. The Highland Park ...

No More Kinoko

Downtown Plano restaurant scene takes a hit with sad closure

By Teresa Gubbins

Downtown Plano might be a hot-and-happening location for some restaurants, but not all. In sad news, Kinoko, the charming little Japanese-American restaurant on Avenue K, has closed for good. The ...

Wheels Off Biscuits

New food truck Bite My Biscuit puts gourmet spin on everyone's favorite baked good

By Teresa Gubbins

Guess what the theme is of the Bite My Biscuit food truck. Biscuits! You win. This new Tarrant County food truck takes an original angle by serving scratch-made biscuit sandwiches ...

Rockin' BBQ

EZ Dude BBQ brings rock 'n' roll-style barbecue to Deep Ellum

By Teresa Gubbins

If you've ever attended a concert at Gexa Pavilion, Trees or other rock venues around town, you might recognize EZ Dude BBQ. This mobile barbecue stand can be spotted ...

Summer Concerts Rock

Nine Inch Nails and Soundgarden co-headline major summer tour with Texas stops

By Teresa Gubbins

In what will surely be one of the major rock events of the summer, Nine Inch Nails and Soundgarden are teaming up for a North American tour that will see ...

Taco Joint Heads North

Taco Joint expands mini-empire to Richardson — full bar included

By Teresa Gubbins

It'll soon be taco time for customers at the Alamo Drafthouse and other Richardson Heights residents when a third branch of Taco Joint opens in the quaint shopping center ...

News You Can Eat

Gelato and coffee hit downtown in this scoop of Dallas restaurant news

By Teresa Gubbins

From downtown to Uptown, from Dallas to Plano, March brings a bounty of restaurant news, and nearly all of it is good. That means many openings and only one or ...

One Arts Plaza Closure

The Greek is latest restaurant to fail at One Arts Plaza

By Teresa Gubbins

Count The Greek as the latest failure at One Arts Plaza: The Mediterranean eatery shut down on March 14. The restaurant was owned by Costa Arabatzis and Mary Cloutier-Arabatzis, who ...

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