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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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Obama's Dallas Escapades

President Obama doesn't let pouty Gov. Rick Perry ruin his Dallas fun

By Teresa Gubbins

President Barack Obama's visit to Dallas on July 8, part of a three-city fundraiser tour, included parties, meetings with local politicians and a speech about the economy. But the ...

West Village Nosh

LA gastropub Public School heads for newly hot Uptown Dallas spot

By Teresa Gubbins

Uptown Dallas will soon be home to a Los Angeles-born gastropub with a cute grammar school theme. It's going into the all-of-a-sudden ultra-hot 3700M building in the West Village ...

Cali Burger Invasion

Eureka burger rewards Texas with first restaurants outside of California

By Teresa Gubbins

California beer-and-burger chain Eureka is headed for Texas. With 12 locations on the West Coast, stretching from San Diego to Seattle, Eureka has set its sights on Dallas and Austin ...

Welcome BarnLight Eatery

Another contender for worst restaurant name has opened in Frisco

By Teresa Gubbins

We need to revise our list of the 10 worst restaurant names in Dallas-Fort Worth, because here is BarnLight Eatery, a "modern Southern" spot now open in Frisco. Located at ...

Airport Banh Mi

DFW Airport lands first Yum Brands banh mi shop in U.S.

By Teresa Gubbins

The first branch of Banh Shop, the Vietnamese sandwich concept being tested by Yum Brands, will open at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, specifically at Terminal D. According to a staffer ...

Beef Country

Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek family gets into Wagyu beef game

By Teresa Gubbins

The family behind the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek is expanding its empire into beef: Rosewood Ranches, a subsidiary of the Caroline Hunt Trust Estate, has partnered with Jack Rose ...

Ciao Battuto

Battuto Italian Kitchen is closing to become Snuffer's burger spinoff

By Teresa Gubbins

In exciting radio news, radio personalities Gene and Julie Gates are leaving Dallas to do the morning show at WRAL in Raleigh, North Carolina, where they'll start July 28 ...

LYFE in Dallas

LYFE Kitchen stakes claim to Preston Center with healthy food that tastes good

By Teresa Gubbins

Don't call it healthy, but LYFE Kitchen, the new fast-casual concept where everything on the menu is 600 calories or less, has landed in Dallas. The Chicago-based chain has ...

Guitars Not Guns

Dallas musicians tweak Open Carry gun group with sly parody protest

By Teresa Gubbins

Fatigued by the antics of the Open Carry gun movement, a posse of Dallas musicians held a good-natured protest on July 4 on a downtown bridge, where they strutted wearing ...

Neapolitan Pizza on the Quick

Firecrust Pizzeria ushers in new wave of fast-food pies

By Teresa Gubbins

One of the first in a wave of quick-serve Neapolitan-style pizzerias to hit Dallas-Fort Worth has arrived and is slinging pies at Knox and 75. Firecrust is the concept from ...

Animal Cruelty

Dallas police seek Latin male suspected of vicious cat cruelty

By Teresa Gubbins

Dallas police are seeking help in finding a person suspected of animal cruelty in a case involving two cats. On June 27 at approximately 2:50 am, a citizen called ...

Top Potato Dishes

Where to eat in Dallas right now: 10 best restaurants for hot potatoes

By Teresa Gubbins

The opening of Potato Flats, Phil Romano's potato-centric restaurant at Trinity Groves, gives the potato the attention and respect it deserves. It offers potatoes in regular or sweet, baked ...

Texas Music News

Dia De Los Toadies Texas music festival returns to rock Fort Worth

By Teresa Gubbins

The Toadies are back September 12-13 with their seventh annual Dia De Los Toadies festival, starring some of Texas' top artists, including the Old 97's and the Toadies themselves ...

Pop Star

Dallas-born pop star Ryan Cabrera returns to studio with new Dynamite Music label

By Teresa Gubbins

Pop singer Ryan Cabrera is in the studio, working on new music to be released this fall on Dynamite Music. This will mark the first release from a new boutique ...

Restaurant Churn

Sudden restaurant closures give Dallas diners the summer blues

By Teresa Gubbins

There's a whoosh in the Dallas dining scene as two restaurants — one a very popular old-timer — face sudden shutters. Longtime home-cooking spot Good Eats closes on July 17, after ...

News You Can Eat

Get your Dallas food news fried with a side of Restaurant Week updates

By Teresa Gubbins

Lots of action surrounds downtown this week, as a restaurant with good old fried bar food opens at the Dallas Farmers Market and another opens at Trinity Groves with spuds ...

Happy Tails

HOV pooch finds new home in raffle by Dallas Animal Services

By Teresa Gubbins

A German shepherd rescued from the freeway by Dallas police and animal officers has a new home, thanks to a raffle conducted on Sunday at Dallas Animal Services. The dog ...

Password Required

Clandestine new bar Truth & Alibi lurks behind a candy store in Deep Ellum

By Teresa Gubbins

A bar hidden behind a candy-store facade is opening in Deep Ellum at 2618 Elm St., the space vacated by barbecue restaurant Work in April. Called Truth & Alibi — which, not ...

Comic Relief

Oddball Comedy & Curiosity Festival steps it up for 2014 with stellar bill

By Teresa Gubbins

The world's biggest comedy tour returns with a summer show featuring some of the hottest standup acts. The Oddball Comedy & Curiosity Festival 2014, presented by Live Nation and Funny ...

Fun With Fizz

Texas scores Starbucks' new line of house-made fizzy soda drinks

By Teresa Gubbins

Starbucks is selling house-made sodas in 16 states, and Texas made the cut. There are three flavors — spiced root beer, ginger ale and lemon ale — that went on sale June ...

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