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Austrian Food at Oak; What Will the New Pope Eat?

The dining room at Oak.
The dining room at Oak.
Photo credit: Joy Zhang

WEST VILLAGE—Pinkberry, the L.A.-based fro-yo chain with a cult-like following, is launching a new non-fro variety this weekend at its Dallas locations. Their new Greek yogurt comes with either sweet or savory (think tomato, basil, and balsamic glaze) toppings. [Eaterwire]

DESIGN DISTRICT—Oak is hosting a nine-course Austrian dinner on Sunday, March 24 as part of a new bi-monthly themed dinner series, with dishes to include veal goulash, oxtail consomme, and apple strudel. Seats are $125 or $175 with wine pairings; call (214) 712-9700 to reserve. [Eaterwire]

POPE WIRE—With what is clearly the best headline of the day, DMN's Kim Pierce wonders, "How will Argentinian Pope Francis stock the papal pantry?" With tons of dulce de leche, Malbec, and empanadas, obviously. [Eats Blog]

Oak

8118 Oak Street, , LA 70118 (504) 302-1485 Visit Website

Pinkberry West Village

3839 McKinney Ave #157, Dallas, TX 75204

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