DALLAS —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. And at the Mansion on Turtle Creek, the luxury hotel’s dining room reopened without Fearing last month but with a more casual atmosphere after a major overhaul. ...
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