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NYC Bakery Lady M’s Famous Mille Crepes Pop Up in Dallas This Weekend

Plus, another location for The Halal Guys

The new Earl Grey Mille crêpe cake from Lady M
Photo: Lady M

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Lady M Cake Boutique heads to Design District for a pop-up

Dallas loves green tea mille crêpes from NYC cake brand Lady M Cake Boutique: the bakery pop-ups in DFW regularly, and crepe cakes are back in town this weekend. Find the pop-up shop in the Design District at 139 Payne Street on Friday, March 6 from 3 to 8 p.m.; Saturday, March 7 from noon to 5 p.m.; and Sunday, March 8 from noon to 5 p.m. Pre-orders are recommended, since whole cakes often sell out.

Find golden Signature Mille Crepes, green-hued Green Tea Mille Crêpes and Pistachio Mille Crêpes, and a new flavor for Dallas in Earl Grey Mille Crêpes. Slices of all four cakes are available daily for walk-in order. More details are available here.

The Halal Guys’s expansion continues

NYC-based chain The Halal Guys is adding yet another location in DFW: the gyro chain will open its first restaurant in Southlake. The Halal Guys will head to Gateway Plaza Shopping Center at 3000 E Southlake Boulevard.

Finland’s national drink launches in Dallas

Move over White Claw, Finnish’s favorite cocktail in a can is here in Dallas. D magazine breaks down what goes into the newly-launched Long Drink, featuring gin, grapefruit soda, and a touch of juniper.

A Filipino pop-up is drawing lots of raves

The Dallas Observer interviews chef Anna Swann, who runs a pop-up called Ulam – Modern Filipino Kitchen. Check it around town this month at this weekend’s Filipino Food Festival at Four Corners Brewing Co. and later on at Sandwich Hag, where Swann will roll out her riffs on drunken noodles and chicken adobo.

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