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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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Ridiculous Rick

Texas Gov. Rick Perry shows devil-may-care attitude with post-mugshot ice cream

By Teresa Gubbins

Texas Gov. Rick Perry was formally processed and photographed by the Travis County Sheriff’s Office on Tuesday afternoon. His mugshot shows him smirking tightly; TMZ describes it as “defiant ...


Get More Growlers

Carrollton craft beer hot spot Lone Star Beverages expands with new growler bar

By Teresa Gubbins

Carrollton liquor store LoneStar Beverages is already known across Dallas-Fort Worth as one of the key destinations to find interesting craft beers. Now it will expand into growler territory, with ...


Veggie Fair Time

Texas Veggie Fair hooks up with Earth Day Texas for 2014 all-things-green fest

By Teresa Gubbins

Texas' largest celebration of all things veggie, the Texas Veggie Fair, returns to Reverchon Park in Dallas on Sunday, October 19, with a big new partnership for 2014: Earth Day ...


New Kolache Shop

Greenville Avenue gets kolaches and coffee courtesy of Bohemian Cafe

By Teresa Gubbins

Greenville Avenue gets yet another small, indie, possibly artisanal foodstuff shop with Bohemian Cafe, which specializes in kolaches, coffee and other goodies. It's going into the old Jack's ...


Reality TV Chefs

Dallas-Fort Worth chefs will lock knives on Gordon Ramsay's Hell's Kitchen

By Teresa Gubbins

Food TV show watchers have plenty of local talent to root for in season 13 of Gordon Ramsay's competition show Hell's Kitchen: At least three contestants are from ...


State Fair Brew

Craft beer makes an entrance at State Fair of Texas 2014 Big Tex Choice Awards

By Teresa Gubbins

The lineup for the 2014 Big Tex Choice Awards, just announced by the State Fair of Texas, has a foodstuff not previously seen in the pantheon of entries from years ...


State Fair Fried Foods

Fried Sriracha tops the weirdness of State Fair of Texas 2014 fried food awards

By Teresa Gubbins

A little earlier than usual, the State Fair of Texas has announced the finalists for the 2014 Big Tex Choice Awards — or as we like to call them, the fried ...


Animal Shelters to the Rescue

Dallas-Fort Worth animal shelters adopt pets in record numbers on historic day

By Teresa Gubbins

In a historic day at animal shelters across Dallas-Fort Worth, "Empty the Shelter Day" did pretty much what it set out to do: On August 16, more than 2,200 ...


Texas Governor Indicted

Texas Gov. Rick Perry indicted by grand jury for coercion and abuse of power

By Teresa Gubbins

UPDATE: On August 16, Rick Perry issued a statement, saying, he "wholeheartedly and unequivocally" stands behind his veto, adding, "this farce of a prosecution will be revealed for what it ...


News You Can Eat

Herrera's Tex-Mex exits Maple and more servings of Dallas food news

By Teresa Gubbins

August has emerged as a good month for new restaurants, with half a dozen opening in the next week or so. More are on the horizon, but there are some ...


Gas Monkey Live

Fast N' Loud star Richard Rawlings expands Gas Monkey empire with live music venue

By Teresa Gubbins

The team behind biker bar-restaurant Gas Monkey Bar N' Grill is expanding its empire with a second place: Gas Monkey Live. The new live music and entertainment venue will take ...


OSO Coming Soon

Dallas restaurant veteran Michael Cox fulfills dream to open his own place

By Teresa Gubbins

Longtime Dallas restaurateur Michael Cox is about to realize a life-long dream of owning his own place. The new restaurant, called OSO (pronounced "oh so"), will open this fall, at ...


New Restaurant Roundup

5 promising Dallas restaurant openings brighten August dining gloom

By Teresa Gubbins

In some odd convergence, the middle of August is emerging as a hot time for restaurants to open. Within the next week or so, at least five anticipated spots open ...


RIP Custard Man

Wild About Harry's custard shop founder Harry Coley passes away

By Teresa Gubbins

Harry Coley, the owner and founder of custard shop Wild About Harry's, passed away August 13; he was 75. According to SideDish, he was diagnosed with cancer four years ...


DFW Airport News

DFW Airport caters to travelers on DART rail's new Orange Line extension

By Teresa Gubbins

The new DART rail DFW Airport Station opens at Terminal A on Monday, August 18, bringing convenient transportation to travelers from around Dallas. If you get there early, there is ...


Downtown Dallas News

Artist Brad Oldham relocates to Headington-owned building in downtown Dallas

By Teresa Gubbins

Downtown Dallas gets massively more artsy in a few weeks when Brad Oldham moves his headquarters into the Central Business District, to a building being developed by real estate mogul ...


City Budget Time

City of Dallas begins budget process, plus a handy list of town hall meetings

By Teresa Gubbins

Dallas City Manager A.C. Gonzalez is presenting the 2014-15 budget to the city council on Tuesday, August 12, which includes more money for libraries and the animal shelter, as ...


Marshall's Melons

Garden Cafe spotlights special locally grown melons in limited-edition menu

By Teresa Gubbins

Taking the buy-local imperative seriously, East Dallas restaurant Garden Cafe unveiled a limited-edition menu featuring Israeli melons grown in Waxahachie by farmer (and CultureMap columnist) Marshall Hinsley. Garden Cafe chef-owner ...


Cafe Momentum Has a Home

Cafe Momentum restaurant finds permanent home in downtown Dallas

By Teresa Gubbins

It only took three years to get there, but nonprofit Cafe Momentum finally has a real home. Previously a roving pop-up, this charitable restaurant concept, which serves as a culinary ...


El Celler de Can Roca Does Dallas

World’s No. 2 restaurant owners dine at East Dallas favorite

By Teresa Gubbins

Quiz: You and your brothers are the team behind the No. 2 restaurant in the world, and you have the opportunity to eat one meal in Dallas. Where do you ...


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