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Foodie Fun in Dallas, Texas

Ready for the best Dallas BBQ? Check out these food blogs before you dig in (CC Flickr photo credit: Brad Murano)As one of the settings for this season’s “Top Chef,” Dallas has been getting a lot of attention for its foodie scene lately.


Here is an overview of 5 foodie blogs/sites that will help you find are some tasty spots to check out the next time you find yourself in the Lone Star State.


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D SideDish: The Daily Destination for Dallas Foodies: Run by the editors at D Magazine, SideDish brings you the latest news on the Dallas restaurant scene.


Here you'll find reviews, kitchen gossip, restaurant news, and interviews with local chefs. Written in a lively and informative tone.


Snooty Foodie: A “recommendation site” rather than a review site, Snooty Foodie includes only the best establishments in Dallas on their attractive and user-friendly site. You can even make reservations through the site (using OpenTable). Updated frequently with advice on new places to try.


Dallas Food Nerd: A community of Dallas foodies contributes to this vibrant site. From restaurant reviews to home recipes, these contributors have their fingers on the pulse of foodie life in Dallas (and take some pretty stunning photos, too). Follow them on Facebook or Twitter.


Dallas Observer Restaurant Reviews: The Dallas Observer has a comprehensive restaurant review site. You can also find recipes, mouth-watering photos, and advice on pairings. An excellent resource whether you live in Dallas or not. Follow them on Facebook or Twitter.


Dallas Foodie Reviews: Dallas Foodie Reviews is the place to go for a comprehensive review of an entire meal, or a “snapshot” review of a divine cup of java. Written by a social media marketer, the prose is as crisp and clean as the tantalizing photos. Follow them on Facebook or Twitter.


CC Flickr photo credit: Brad Murano


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