# Dallas restaurants
New Fort Worth Restaurant Does Not Allow Cellphones
There's a new restaurant opening in Fort-Worth and has two rules, you have to wear a jacket and must surrender your cell phone to the host.Davey Gravy/Unsplash. Fort Worth has welcomed its newest restaurant Caterina. According to Fort-Worth Telegram, this is chef Tim Love's fourth restaurant opening in the past three years in Fort Worth. His Italian restaurant is just the latest in a lineup of eateries.
Paternope Dallas Named 17th Best Pizza Place in America
A local Dallas pizzeria was named of the best pizza joints in the country.Pablo Pacheco/Unsplash. While Dallas might not be Italy and not be known as a pizza hot spot, it recently ranked 17 on a new list of the best pizzerias in the United States. The list was compiled by 50 TopPizza. According to 50 TopPizza, they are a guide to the best pizzas in Italy and around the world.
5 Hottest Dallas Restaurants This Month
Many restaurants have opened in June and these are five of some of the hottest you need to check out this month.Jay Wennington/Unsplash. Now that the pandemic has slowed down, and businesses are back in the swing of things, many new restaurants have been opening at a rapid pace across Dallas. These are just five of the best spots to try on your next time your out and about in the area.
5 Great Places Serving Father's Day Meals in the DFW Area
Dallas offers several good spots to celebrate Father's Day.Jay Wennington/Unsplash. Father's Day is June 19, and there are a few ways to celebrate the fathers and father figures, but there's nothing better than sharing a special meal. Dallas-Fort Worth restaurants are offering a wide variety of tastes for that special day.
Five Essential Dallas Restaurants
There are a number of restaurants that are essential destinations for those who are in the area.Nick Karvounis/Unsplash. Dallas is home to a variety of restaurants that have become essential eats for those who either call Dallas home or come visit the Dallas area. From fine dining to the finest barbecue, these spots all make a splash on the city's DNA.
5 Inclusive Spots to Celebrate Pride in Dallas
There are several great inclusive restaurants in Dallas to celebrate Pride Month.Alex Haney/Unsplash. Instead of spending your hard-earned money with corporations, why not celebrate Pride Month at actual LGBTQ businesses and restaurants that support the community. Whether you're looking for a place to enjoy some cocktails or fill up on some great dinner bites, Dallas and the Fort Worth area have a number of great spots that are very supportive and include the LGBTQ community.
Top 6 Best Food & Drink Events This Week in DFW
There are several great food and drink events happening all around the DFW area.RK/Unsplash. June is the time to celebrate plenty of things including Pride Month brunch, an anniversary happy hour at a popular bar, as well as two incredible tea parties. This week is also the start of North Texas' longest-running food and music festival.
Historic Tex-Mex Restaurant Herrera's Cafe Closed for Good
Beloved Dallas tex-mex restaurant to close after several decades of success.Pylp Sukhenko/Unsplash. It's sad to see when restaurants that have been around for decades are forced to close up shop. One restaurant that was forced to close last week was Dallas Tex-Mex staple Herrera's Cafe. I was told by co-owner Larry Ontiveros, the restaurant was started by family matriarch Amelia Herrera in 1971 on Maple Avenue in Dallas.
Zany Charity Event "Food in Fashion" Returns Feb. 22
Model Yanni Brown wearing Pink Lucy by Tiffany Walker and Dude, Sweet Chocolate. Brown also nibbled her edible handbag on the runway.Crystal Chatmon. Sometimes bringing together multiple industries for a good cause requires out-of-the-box thinking. Now in it's fifth year, Food in Fashion will bring its distinctive runway show to Fashion Industry Gallery (1807 Ross Avenue) on Tuesday, Feb. 22, and foodies and fashion enthusiasts alike should eat this up.
Dallas Lunar New Year Celebrations: Three Places to See Lion Dances
Ngon Vietnamese Kitchen will host a lion dance during their three-day Lunar New Year Celebration.Thanin Viriyaki. If your new year isn't off to the best start and you want a do-over, you're in luck. It's almost time for Chinese New Year, also known as Spring Festival or Lunar New Year in many Asian countries. If you're only a little bit familiar with the holiday, you might be wondering what all those red lanterns and decorations are all about. What do those red envelopes mean and where can you go to see a lion dance? Explore this holiday with me and I'll answer those burning questions.