Do you love restaurant news? Sign up to get text messages from Dallas food reporter Sarah Blaskovich

The Dallas Morning News is offering a new feature for foodies: direct access to the latest restaurant news in Dallas-Fort Worth, sent as a text message.

Sarah Blaskovich wants to text with you. Just don't make it weird.
Sarah Blaskovich wants to text with you. Just don’t make it weird.(Michael Hogue/Illustration)

Sign up here and you’ll get a text when food reporter Sarah Blaskovich posts breaking news. Or, when she has tips about where to eat in North Texas. Or, when she’s got an idea for a restaurant story and wants your input.

Basically, this will be the closest way to cozy up with Dallas’ most delicious news stories.

And because the conversations will take place via text, you can actually text Blaskovich back. (And she’ll probably answer!) Feel free to ask her questions about the state of the Dallas restaurant industry. Or where you should grab lunch. There are two rules: Tell her what neighborhood you’re looking at and what kind of food you like. There are too many restaurants to choose from otherwise.

You can expect one or two texts a week — always about food.

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