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Herrera’s Original Location Closes This Weekend; Birthday Cake Macarons At Bisous Bisous Patisserie

Plus, the massive smoked beef ribs at Big Al’s Smokehouse get an upgrade.

Happy birthday, Bisous Bisous.
Happy birthday, Bisous Bisous.
Bisous Bisous Patisserie
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NORTH DALLAS – If you’ve long been a fan of Dallas Tex-Mex institution Herrera’s, you might want to make your way to the ‘burbs this weekend. Herrera’s will serve their final enchiladas in the original location on Old Denton Road, which has been open for nearly 40 years. If you can’t make it, don’t fret too much – Herrera’s will debut its new location at the Omni Dallas by ‘mid-February." [NBC DFW]

UPTOWN – Chef Andrea Meyer’s blissful Uptown macaron shop Bisous Bisous Patisserie has officially been open for one year as of next week, and they’re celebrating in a pretty delicious way. On Wednesday, February 3, Bisous Bisous will offer free Noble Coyote drip coffee all day, alongside birthday cake macarons. The festivities begin at 7 a.m. on Wednesday. [EaterWire]

BARBECUE WIRE – The "meaty beef back ribs" at Big Al’s Smokehouse are about to get a serious upgrade. Announced today, the longtime Dallas barbecue joint will pair with 44 Farms, made famous by Chef John Tesar, to source all of the beef ribs that it’s been famously smoking up its specialty dish since 1973. [EaterWire]