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Dude Sweet Gets Sweeter; 24-Hour Delivery Service Launch

Plus, Girl Scout Cookie mania sweeps the city.

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Dude, Sweet Chocolate's Lowest Greenville outpost.
Dude, Sweet Chocolate's Lowest Greenville outpost.
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OAK CLIFF/LOWEST GREENVILLE/WEST 7TH—For the first time in its five-year history, Dude, Sweet Chocolate has a milk, rather than dark, chocolate offering: The "Toga Party" bar is made with Valrhona's 36 percent Caramelia chocolate plus togarashi (a Japanese spice blend that usually includes red and black pepper and orange peel, among other things), sesame, seaweed, and citrus. Find it now at all three locations. [DSC/Facebook]

DELIVERYWIRE—There's a new all-purpose delivery app in town. Postmates officially launches in Dallas on February 3, and will offer 24-hour delivery of practically anything (including restaurant takeout and late-night pints of ice cream) to people in downtown, Uptown, Upper and Lower Greenville, Deep Ellum, Knox-Henderson, Oak Lawn, and the Park Cities. Much like Uber, users can track their delivery person's movement and pay within the app — no cash needed. Available now for Android and iOS; delivery is free through February 15, and the first 500 users can use code "TEXASVIP" for a $50 delivery fee credit. [EaterWire]

DFW—Girl Scout Cookie mania has officially hit Dallas. If eating them by the box full isn't sufficient, consider hitting up Hopdoddy Burger Bar for a Thin Mint milkshake or Fort Worth's Melt Ice Creams for vegan Thin Mint ice cream or peanut butter ice cream with Tagalongs (aka Peanut Butter Patties). [EaterWire]

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