We are celebrating 4 years since the launch of DallasFoodNerd! DFN is a community project of a few (30+ now!) DFW-based nerds who happen to like food, probably a little too much! Do you have a restaurant that you would like to have featured? Reach out to the DFN founders @Elysa or @RoryEllis or email Foodie@dallasfoodnerd.com.

Barley and Board: Building Community with Community

In the heart of Denton’s historic square is a farm-to-table restaurant that most people now know as the restaurant with one of the best burgers in DFW. While the praise is justified, there are many characteristics that seem to elevate Barley and Board aside from the mouthwatering, double-pattied, home-sauced champion of a cheeseburger — their never-ending creativeness and ability toContinue Reading

Kenny’s Burger whips up boozy Girl Scouts milkshakes

Kenny’s Burger whips up boozy Girl Scouts milkshakes

The Girl Scouts cookie season is in full force, and Kenny’s Burger Joints in Plano and Frisco are celebrating in a big way! The iconic burger restaurant will offer two cookie-themed shakes throughout the end of March. Guests can order either a Thin Mint shake or a Samoa shake – both available in a boozyContinue Reading

The Halal Guys Come to Richardson

The Halal Guys Come to Richardson

Starting in NYC as a food cart, The Halal Guys made its way to food-loving Dallas last summer and was welcomed with open arms (and long lines). Now that they’ve gotten everyone hooked on their famous chicken and rice platters, famous white sauce and sandwiches, a new store in Richardson just opened January 21st withContinue Reading

MidCities: Get up and Go to Lazy Dog Restaurant

MidCities: Get up and Go to Lazy Dog Restaurant

Last month the Southern California-based Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar planted a new home in Euless at Glade Parks on 2521 State Highway 121. Right in the middle of DFW, the midcities often is full of big chains and fast casual, but not anymore! You’ll find craft beer, unique desserts and even sangria flights at thisContinue Reading

Add Hash House A Go Go to your brunch bucket list

Add Hash House A Go Go to your brunch bucket list

Hash House A Go Go in Plano puts a creative spin on their self-proclaimed “twisted farm food.” Known for its potato hash entrees and over-the-top meals (you’ll see why), the restaurant is the ultimate brunch destination if you’re looking for something totally out of the ordinary. You’ll get Southern comfort food in a whole new wayContinue Reading

Fine Dining and Fast Casual Collide at Vert’s Fall Cheers & Beers

Fine Dining and Fast Casual Collide at Vert’s Fall Cheers & Beers

Most of us know Vert’s Mediterranean Grill as a build your own fresh concept that gets you in and out quickly with a stomach full of hearty sustenance. As the new SMU Blvd location officially opened its doors, Vert’s decided to slow things down, elevate its cuisine and bring in a local craft powerhouse inContinue Reading

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