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For quick, fresh, inherently healthful Mediterranean food, Zoë’s Kitchen delivers.
LAURIE BARKER JAMES
LAURIE BARKER JAMES
The philosophy of the Birmingham, Ala.-based Zoë’s Kitchen chain is fairly simple: fresh food favoring the Mediterranean diet (heavy on veggies, plant-based protein, and fish) delivered in sensible portions. This hard-to-arg...
A few mishaps aside, the experience at the new West 7th eatery is winning.
Patrizio Pizza Pasta and Vino has been a fixture in Dallas’ Highland Park Village for decades. It has a welcoming ambiance, thanks mainly to the walled patio shaded by oak trees and equipped with umbrella-covered tables and o...
Like most people, Chow, Baby is vulnerable to the recency effect, a cognitive-recall bias that over-credits the new, as in “Wow, this meal I’m having right now is the greatest [or worst or other superlative] of my e...
All over the Fort, old neighborhoods are being rediscovered and redeveloped faster than you can finish this sentence.
Jorge’s may play to conservative palates, but if it ain’t broke …
I’m not a big fan of Tex-Mex the way it’s commonly prepared in the chains or in the more high-traffic ma-and-pa restaurants here.
George’s Specialty Foods is small but powerful in the Greek cuisine department — and also has some swank cachet.
The joint isn’t much to look at, sitting like an outpost along a barren stretch of White Settlement Road, with only a city bus stop across the street for companionship.
Chadra has moved into bigger digs but is still your place for Italian-Lebanese fare.
For almost six years, Café Chadra near John Peter Smith Hospital offered lunch crowds and evening diners a split-down-the-middle menu of Italian standards (lasagna, stromboli, pasta, ravioli) and Middle Eastern specialties tha...
From the good folks behind the dearly departed 7th Street Station Grill comes M&O, a diner in the best sense of the term.
Daniel Badillo and his wife Rose know how to run a restaurant.
If you are reading this on the Fourth of July, rest easy in the knowledge that, somewhere in North Texas, Static, like normal people, is, rain or shine, eating barbecue and homemade ice cream — maybe even wearing its tall Unc...