By Sarah Blaskovich
Photo: Andy Jacobsohn / Staff Photographer
The 47-year-old Spaghetti Warehouse in Dallas’ West End — the original — is closing Oct. 20.
The restaurant, founded in 1972, has been in business through the highs and the lows in the West End over its nearly 50 years.
The restaurant, at 1815 N. Market St., is in a nook of the West End with easy access to Victory Park, Uptown Dallas and parts of downtown Dallas.
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By Hyeji Suh , Gabrielle Moreira
(Photo credit: Krispy Kreme Doughnuts)
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – Peanut butter lovers, doughnut lovers and chocolate lovers, unite! Krispy Kreme and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups are joining forces for a sweet treat.
For a limited time, Krispy Kreme is offering two new doughnuts for chocolate lovers and peanut butter lovers alike. There is the Reese’s Original Filled Chocolate Lovers Doughnut, which is a chocolate-dipped chocolate doughnut filled with Reese’s Peanut Butter Kreme.
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Maria Halkias, Retail Writer
Eataly’s Las Vegas location is the most recent to open in the U.S. It’s located at the entrance of the Park MGM Hotel. (Steve Brown /Dallas Morning News )
Eataly, a hybrid grocery and restaurant concept created in Italy in 2007 and now in 37 locations around the world, appears to have taken a formal step into Texas.
Eataly Dallas LLC was created in Delaware last month, a move first reported by D Magazine. Eataly has only six stores in the U.S. in New York, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles and most recently Las Vegas.
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For many, yoga has been a way to reduce stress and promote relaxation. For others, having to breathe, inhale, smell lavender, and keep silent can be even more stress-inducing than calming. So, instead of having a regular ol’ “namaste” yoga class, there’s a brand new kind of yoga class on the market catered to those who need to scream it out.
Rage Yoga, according to CBS News, originated in Texas by yoga instructor Ashley Duzich.
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Photo: Chelsea Lupkin
We got ourselves in a little bit of a pickle with the last season of WTFood: You guys LOVED our video on Pickle Vodka (I can see why—it’s incredible) and Whiskey Pickles — so much so that we decided to dedicate a whole slew of episodes to the wildly popular world … of pickles. Look no further than Brooklyn, the epicenter of hipster picklers, for this week’s find: BRUSSELS SPROUTS PICKLES.
There’s no doubt Brussels sprouts are the veg darling of the moment. Whether we smash them, wrap them in bacon, or bake them with cheese you guys love them.
BUY NOW: Brussels Sprouts Pickles, $30 for 3 jars, brooklynwhatever.com
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BY EMILY PETSKO
Would you like a Matilda or BFG to go with your burger and fries? If you’re a young Kiwi, you just might get your wish. McDonald’s restaurants in New Zealand are ditching the Pokemon and Hello Kitty toys and filling their Happy Meal boxes with excerpts of Roald Dahl books instead, The Independent reports.
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By Miranda Jaimes
These restaurants opened in Grapevine, Colleyville and Southlake in 2018 or are coming soon in 2019. This list is not comprehensive.
1. Bareburger (coming 2019)
1161 E. Southlake Blvd
2. Boomerjack’s Grill & Bar
201 W. SH 114, Grapevine
3. Burgerim (coming 2019)
5615 Colleyville Blvd., Ste. 300, Colleyville
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By: FOX4News.com Staff
CELINA, Texas – A North Texas barbecue restaurant was named the second best place to eat in the country, thanks to Yelp users.
Tender Smokehouse opened in Celina, just north of Frisco, less than two years ago. It’s now listed as No. 2 on the review website’s 2019 Best Places to Eat. The list is based on restaurant ratings on Yelp and the number of reviews.
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If you’re here, you are a pickle person—and you’re in good company. We are, too. Pickles are salty, crunchy, and all things good, but beyond that, there’s a whole world of pickle-flavored goodies to try. To celebrate National Pickle Day (and for any day beyond that, to be honest), we’ve got a list of foods that any pickle fan will find dill-icious!
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