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Dallas: FEARING’S marks the solo debut of Southwestern cuisine pioneer Dean Fearing, who left the famed Mansion on Turtle Creek after 21 years. Here, sommelier Paul Botamer offers some nuanced surprises from his varied wine list. Take, for instance, a dry Marcel Deiss muscat with Fearing’s signature torilla soup, or …

Fearing’s portends dressing down of Dallas dining scene

National Restaurant News

By RON RUGGLESS DALLAS (Dec. 10) —Dean Fearing, the pioneering Southwestern-cuisine chef who personified fine dining at the opulent Mansion on Turtle Creek here for more than two decades, has brought a more casual flair to Dallas since opening Fearing’s Restaurant at the new Ritz-Carlton Hotel. Dallas chef Dean Fearing sought …

Tribeza Pick: Fearing’s at the Ritz-Carlton

Tribeza

After his Act One halcyon days at the Mansion on Turtle Creek, gentlemanly chef Dean Fearing is recasting his stellar reputation – as one of the top sculptors of Southwestern cuisine – for Act Two. His new namesake restaurant – Fearing’s, at The Ritz-Carlton – offers big flavor (but in a …

Why is This Man Smiling?

D Magazine

Because his restaurant was just named the best in America.  Which has more to do with Dean Fearing’s rock-star persona than his $22 crab cakes.  By Nancy Nichols  Dean Fearing is currently the most famous chef in Dallas, lauded nationally and beloved locally.  But I haven’t always been a Dean …

In Dean’s Image

Food Arts

Kitchen Spy In creating a namesake restaurant, exuberant Dallas chef Dean Fearing made “no rules” the one rule he follows.  Katherine Gregor reports. “I didn’t want to go down any old roads, I wanted to blaze new trails,” drawls Texas chef-celebre Dean Fearing discussing the tabletop design for Fearing’s, the …