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Sangria Sippin’
Elizabeth Scotti | April 17, 2014

1. Sangria
The name of this restaurant should be an indicator in itself. The Mediterranean-inspired tapas and bar is a cozy spot. Their famous red sangria is...

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Eating Well: Avocado Edition
Dotty Griffith | April 11, 2014

1. Chiloso Mexican Bistro
The grilled avocado here is charred on the bottom for a satisfying crunch against a creamy interior that’s filled...

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Spring is in the Air
Elizabeth Scotti | April 4, 2014

1. Cebolla Fine Flowers
Cebolla Fine Flowers specializes in Orchid and Plant arrangements. To add an accent of spring to your home, their two Double...

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So Much Art, So Little Time
John Bobey | April 1, 2014

Allison V. Smith
What New work from an old friend
Why You may be familiar with the work of Smith and not even know it. From 1998 to 2004, Smith was a staff...

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Rebecca Sherman | April 1, 2014


Presidential Reception Hall, George W. Bush Institute

A relaxed moment of laughter between party lines was captured on camera as former President George W. and first...

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One Up, One Down
Carla Jordan | April 1, 2014

In just three years, Coats Homes has taken Dallas by storm—and for all the right reasons. Led by Ben Coats, founder/president and a Southern Methodist University grad, this upscale building firm has...

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The ABC’s of AF+B
Rachael Abrams | Photos by Mei-Chun Jau | April 1, 2014

Steel and wood set the tone for what American Food and Beverage proves to be, a classic eatery. Nestled in the vibrant West Seventh Street District in Fort Worth, we could easily mistake...

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Fertile Ground
Nevin Martell | April 1, 2014

As April glides into view, we are reminded that area chefs take great care—and abundant joy—in creating dishes that are as delicious as they are whimsical. For some chefs, the almighty egg isn’t merely a foundational ingredient,...

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Men of Style
Steve Carter | March 27, 2014

Doniphan Moore
Hot-trending interior designer Doniphan Moore hails from Kentucky, and even after years in Dallas, he’s retained vestiges of the Southern gentleman—the drawl, the demeanor, swirled together with a...

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Shifting Tides
Jason Sheeler | March 27, 2014

Before we even start talking about Highland Park Village—the opening and closings, the hotel that may or may not be going in where Anthropologie stands, the fate of those 1.8 million Christmas light bulbs glowing year round—let...

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