What’s Eating Your Phone?

phoneby Steven Doyle

Each week we ask the question, “What’s Eating Your Phone”? This is where we all can join in on the foodie fun and send in your latest dining photo that has you all jazzed. These are not necessarily limited to dining out, it can be from that last dinner party. And don’t think we discriminate against libations. Send in your favorite cocktail photo, too.

To be included in a future edition of What’s Eating Your Phone, send those photos to me at steven@cravedfw.com. A brief description and location would be super helpful. Here are this week’s selections:   


Carrie Corcoran sends us this photo from Densetsu in Plano. It is the Superman Burrito which is ahi tuna, salmon, crab and avocado wrapped in soy paper. Sounds like a fun dinner!


Rhonda Dutton sends us love from her phone with the striped bass from Sissy’s. Rhonda said,”I felt bad for not ordering fried chicken for just a second”.


Jamileh Delcambre had the 80/20 burger at HG Sply. It is a grass fed and Wagyu beef blend, with perfectly melty Wiebe dairy raw milk cheddar, bacon jam, and crispy pork belly on a toasted multi-grain bun. As if we needed another reason to check out that rooftop on HG this weekend.


Alyson Brown sends us her dinner photo along with some nice commentary, “Belly and Trumpet for a breezy evening on the patio. B&T is vegetarian-friendly, and while I’m not fully vegetarian, I do go meatless a day or two each week. This photo is one of the vegetarian large plates, one half of a roasted eggplant over a chickpea pancake, fava bean, labneh, tomato and za’atar. There are also vegan items on the menu, and several of the vegetarian items can be modified to suit vegan diners”. Looks delicious, Alyson.


The chocolate Chocolate Kouign Amann is difficult to pass up, especially the one made at Village Baking Company. This pastry is as elusive as it gets.  Fortunately Village makes them buttery delicious says Marcus Webb, who actually lives in Austin but stops in the bakery when in Dallas.


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