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PaperCity Dallas March 2021

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LoveShackFancy @papercitydallas D I V E I N T O O U R D I G I T A L W O R L D PAPERCITYMAG.COM GHOSTING TO SUCCESS G host kitchens have become COVID-19 pandemic business savers for many restaurateurs, and Dallas has become a creative hub for these takeout and delivery setups without actual dining rooms. Established chefs and enterprising first-timers alike are jumping in, making takeout more exciting. Take East Dallas' Khao Noodle Shop, which transitioned from being named one of the city's two best restaurants by Bon Appetit to closing its dining room and switching to a to-go-only ghost kitchen dubbed Khao Gang. Chef Donny Sirisavath now concentrates on curries, soups, stews, and more takeout-friendly food. PaperCity's Megan Ziots breaks down a trend. Read more at SUSTAINABLE FASHION UK DREAMING GREEN LAND Transitioning to a more sustainable lifestyle can be a daunting prospect. But Sofiya Deva, a former marketing VP who recently launched her own sustainable womenswear fashion brand, This Same Sky, says it doesn't have to be overwhelming. "I think the biggest misconception about sustainability is that we're going to buy our way into a more sustainable lifestyle. And this comes from someone who has a sustainable brand and wants you to buy from her," Deva laughs. "I just think it has to be a fuller conversation." Deva suggests taking stock of the mix you have. Her own closet consists of ethical brands she wants to support, as well as vintage and repurposed finds. Read more at Stepping inside The Plant Project, the bungalow turned boutique along Uptown's charming Routh Street, is like stepping into a carefully curated Instagram page. Rooms are brimming with cheery houseplants, candles, books, pretty planters, and more products thoughtfully collected. But there's more to The Plant Project than just picking up a baby monstera or fiddle- leaf fig. Owned by Bree Clarke (founder of the inclusive, community-focused Iman Project), the space is imbued with meaningful moments. The physical shop itself was once a part of a Freedman's Town, settled by former slaves after the Civil War. Read more at papercitymag. com/plant-project. After months of delays due to the pandemic, Harwood District's new British pub Harwood Arms finally opened its doors. Tucked away on Harwood Street near Magnolias Sous Le Pont, this is a spot to grab a Guinness on the heated patio. Perhaps you'll even feel transported to the UK — at a time when it's hard to actually go there. Chef Ryan York created the food menu, which includes British favorites such as fish and chips and bangers and mash. Yet, the Guinness-braised short rib with aged Irish cheddar grits is the real stunner. Read more at harwood-arms. NEWSLETTER SIGN-UP D on't be the last to get the new PC Daily. Our redesigned, expanded editorial newsletters put the entire city right in your inbox. Get Dallas' top fashion, restaurant, real estate, society, and art news — and more — five times a week. Sign up at newsletter. Wine & Cat @csclark Palo Duro Canyon State Park @megziots #PCSEEN WHAT OUR EDITORS ARE UP TO, DIGITALLY. Khao Gang Sofiya Deva The Plant Project Harwood Arms LIKE: FOLLOW: @papercitymag TWEET: @papercitymag GET SOCIAL: 24

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