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DTX Good Eats 2012

In Dallas, we live to eat. We dine out all the time, share pictures of our dishes on Facebook, and pride ourselves on being the first to know about restaurant openings and closings and the comings and goings of local chefs.

At CultureMap Dallas, we talk a lot about food, anyway, but this month we’re taking it up a notch with our Good Eats editorial series. We’ll take an in-depth look at why a food critic’s anonymity is important and where —and what — you should be eating right now.

Plus we’ll talk to local restaurateurs and chefs and celebrate the best events centered around good food and conversation. So put on your eatin’ pants, because this month you’re gonna get full.


DTX Good Eats 2012


Chef changes, open doors and other hot Dallas restaurant news

By Teresa Gubbins

Oct 31st, 2012 at 4:04 PM

Dallas-Fort Worth is having such a busy, active, hopping, jumping, lively, sprightly, go-lightly restaurant scene right now that we're deluged with news — from chef changes to new chains coming ...


Chef Jason Boso to commandeer new food truck park on Lower Greenville

By Teresa Gubbins

Oct 30th, 2012 at 9:27 AM

Nearly two years after its conception, the food truck park going in on Lower Greenville Avenue has taken a major step toward reality with the appointment of a steward: chef ...


David Garwacki to run the kitchen at upcoming Cafe des Artistes in One Arts Plaza

By Teresa Gubbins

Oct 30th, 2012 at 8:03 AM

UPDATE: Due to construction issues, the opening of Cafe des Artistes has been delayed. It will open no later than Friday, November 9. --- Restaurateur Alberto Lombardi has announced the chef ...


Murder mysteries, meat fights and Halloween hillbillies: The best food events in Dallas this week

By Teresa Gubbins

Oct 30th, 2012 at 12:05 AM

Murder mysteries, costumes and sacrificing goats: It must be Halloween. Time to drink from the cauldron, read the tea leaves and bite the neck of your favorite vegan. If these ...


How Cheap Bastard Alice Laussade turned a backyard BBQ into a big-deal fundraiser

By Jennifer Chininis

Oct 29th, 2012 at 10:43 AM

Alice Laussade is no event planner. At least she wasn’t until a few months ago, when Meat Fight, the sold-out November 4 multiple sclerosis fundraiser, started to get, well ...

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