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December 2019- Dallas

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DIVE INTO OUR DIGITAL WORLD PAPERCITYMAG.COM GLOBAL FOOD D allas may be a restaurant wonderland, but it's not overfl owing with good Chinese spots. A new Asian lounge on Preston Road hopes to change that with a dash of authenticity. First-time restaurateur Jia Huang's new spot, Jia Modern Cuisine, represents a lifelong dream. Huang grew up in China, helping her father cook in the family's small restaurant, and after stints working at Lombardi Family Concepts, she fi nally has a place of her own. Read more at MUSIC LAND BRUNCH TIME Fort Worth's new $540 million showcase arena isn't just a boon for Texas' fi fth-largest city. Dickies Arena (named after the work-clothing brand) opens as a gleaming showcase for all of North Texas. While this new 14,000-seat venue was built in part to host Fort Worth's annual rodeo, this is anything but a place for cowboys and cattle. Fort Worth billionaire Ed Bass wouldn't stand for anything but the best. So Bass, the head of Event Facilities Fort Worth, which partnered with the city on the new building, pushed for a custom acoustic ceiling more typical of small concert halls. And terrazzo fl oors. Read more at Dallas is a brunch town with bottomless mimosas, chicken and waffl es, and omelets galore. But knowing the new and noteworthy brunch spots is not always easy. PaperCity brunch fanatic Megan Ziots steps in to provide the ultimate guide to brunching in the city. From Uptown to Bishops Arts and into Deep Ellum and Oak Lawn, these are the neighborhood gems you need to know. Read more at brunch-guide. NEWSLETTER SIGN-UP D on't be the last to get the new PC Daily. Our redesigned, expanded editorial newsletter puts the entire city right in your inbox. You get Dallas' top fashion, restaurant, real estate, society, and art news — and more — fi ve times a week. Sign up at newsletter. SMU day @lisaconstance24 Casa Magazines @christinamgeyer Kitchen of the Year @papercitydallas #PCSEEN WHAT OUR EDITORS ARE UP TO, DIGITALLY. 14 Dickies Arena Tribal All Day Cafe Jia Modern Cuisine LIKE: FOLLOW: @papercitydallas TWEET: @papercitymag GET SOCIAL: Mr. Porter MR. PORTER'S NEIGHBORHOOD Mr. Porter, the brother to fashion powerhouse Net-A-Porter, is courting Dallas gents with a fervor. The online fashion site's London-based buying manager, Sam Kershaw, hit the city to tout the more than 450 brands it offers. The company express ships to more than 170 countries, with same-day delivery available in New York and London, if you simply must have those Prada brogues in time for an evening cocktail. PaperCity's men's fashion guru Billy Fong takes you behind the scenes of a fashion phenom. Read more at mr-porter.

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