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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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Desserts Aplenty

Greenville Avenue's Remedy promises big dessert program from new chef

By Teresa Gubbins

The Greenville Avenue restaurant-not-soda shop Remedy has an opening date and chef team. Created by restaurateur Elias Pope, the HG Sply Co. sibling will open in late November or early ...

Last Call For Uptown Bar

Vintage Dallas building housing Mason Bar to be razed for Uptown high-rise

By Teresa Gubbins

The quaint Mason Bar in Uptown Dallas will close to be razed for a residential high-rise. They will say farewell with a grand finale event on October 18. Mason Bar ...

Sub Shop Down

SMU favorite New York Sub exits Park Cities after 40 years

By Teresa Gubbins

After 40 years in business, New York Sub on Asbury Street in the Park Cities will close on Sunday, October 12. The space will be taken over by a branch ...

Farmers Market Eats

Dallas Farmers Market continues to grow with 5 new restaurants

By Teresa Gubbins

The Dallas Farmers Market, which recently opened The Shed to house its farmers, vendors and artisans, announced a slate of new restaurants for The Market (formally Shed 2) that includes ...

City News Roundup

Delta gets dumped, John Travolta's beard and other Dallas doings this week

By Teresa Gubbins

Although Ebola was the No. 1 topic of the week, other things happened in Dallas, especially involving planes and automobiles. (Sorry, no trains.) We've collated the highlights below: Michael ...

Where to Eat Now

Where to eat in Dallas right now: 10 best restaurants for fall dishes

By Teresa Gubbins

October means summer's over and new menu items are showing up at restaurants all around town. It used to be that only a select group of restaurants considered things ...

Restaurant Fire

Newly opened Richardson restaurant suffers fire after year-long renovation

By Teresa Gubbins

The brand-new Fadi's Mediterranean Grill in Richardson suffered an early morning fire on October 2; it is temporarily closed. The restaurant incurred serious damage, including the collapse of the ...

Virus Crisis

Number of people in Dallas being monitored for Ebola climbs to 80

By Teresa Gubbins

Eighty people in the Dallas area are now being monitored for Ebola, as health officials widen the circle of people who may have been exposed to the virus after indirect ...

News You Can Eat

Coffee and chocolate waffles perk up this round of restaurant news tidbits

By Teresa Gubbins

Things are brewing this week in the Dallas coffee scene with consolidations and departures. The Mansion has a new wine director, and Kitchen LTO opens with a fudge waffle dessert ...

Crafty Addison Restaurant

Beer-obsessed Yard House secures opening date for new Addison restaurant

By Teresa Gubbins

At long last an opening date has been secured for Yard House, a new restaurant going into Village on the Parkway in Addison: October 29. Yard House is the "modern ...

Tex-Mex Shutdown

Genaro's Mexican Cuisine departs East Dallas unceremoniously

By Teresa Gubbins

It's hasta la vista for Genaro's Mexican Cuisine, the Tex-Mex restaurant that opened last year at Mockingbird Lane and Abrams Road. Owner Genaro Silva pulled the plug on ...

Ebola Emerges in Dallas

CDC confirms first U.S. case of Ebola at Dallas hospital

By Teresa Gubbins

The first case of Ebola in a U.S. hospital has emerged, and it's in Dallas. Officials from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed that a critically ...

Asian Fusion in Richardson

Former Steel chef gives Richardson another good ethnic restaurant option

By Teresa Gubbins

Richardson gets another good ethnic restaurant with Zey Asian Cuisine, an Asian fusion restaurant from a former chef at Steel on Oak Lawn Avenue. After many years working for others ...

Hot Diggity

Fletcher's reveals secret behind State Fair corny dog greatness

By Teresa Gubbins

If you've been to the State Fair of Texas, there's a good chance you've also had a Fletcher's corny dog, the quintessential fair snack consisting of ...

Music Festival Madness

Index Fest brings more bands to Deep Ellum than any one person could possibly see

By Teresa Gubbins

On a weekend filled with events, including the ballyhooed opening of the State Fair of Texas, the three-day Index Fest music festival took over a large chunk of Deep Ellum ...

New Day for Banh Shop

Yum! Brands introduces new star-less logo for Banh Shop

By Teresa Gubbins

Yum! Brands' banh mi sandwich concept, Banh Shop, has emerged with a new logo that was designed with the help of some friends. "After listening and responding to our customers ...

Now It's a Tavern

Hotel Lumen's Front Room undergoes big name change

By Teresa Gubbins

The Front Room restaurant at Hotel Lumen near SMU has a new name: It's now called Front Room Tavern. They added "tavern," see? In a release, chef Michael Ehlert ...

City News Roundup

Deep Ellum renaissance, new Uptown high-rise and more big city news

By Teresa Gubbins

With so much going on around Dallas right now — Trinity River toll road, Deep Ellum renaissance, Trammell Crow obliteration — we've collated some of the highlights of the week for ...

Farmers Market Feast

Dallas Farmers Market breaks in new shed with girl power foodie fundraiser

By Teresa Gubbins

On Sunday, September 28, local female chefs, winemakers and food professionals are taking over the Dallas Farmers Market for Raiser Grazer, the annual fundraising food feast hosted by the Dallas ...

Avner Samuel Is Back

Dallas chef Avner Samuel returns in unlikeliest hook-up ever

By Teresa Gubbins

Chef Avner Samuel has returned to the Dallas dining scene as a menu consultant for Lombardi Family Concepts. Founder Alberto Lombardi also has other plans for his restaurant group, which ...

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