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Takeshi Takahashi
Worked at Smith Monitoring
Attended Texas Christian University
Lives in Dallas, TX
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  • Texas Christian University
    English, 2008 - 2011
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Founder at BIspoke Analytics
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Listening, learning, leading.
Employment
  • Smith Monitoring
    Head of Marketing, 2011 - 2013
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Currently
Dallas, TX
Previously
Allen, TX - Fort Worth, TX - Albuquerque, NM
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Friendly, chill vibe with fantastic food. The rice bowls in particular are outstanding (looking at you, morning rice), the corn side is the right combination of char and cold, and the banh mi are far tastier than the price suggests. Check them out on half-price days for an amazing meal with drink for under 10. Under 5 if you choose carefully. One of my favorites in Dallas, and a must-try if you at all like Americanized Vietnamese food.
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reviewed in the last week
Two words: duck hash. Perfectly prepared, with a subtle, fiery red chile sauce. Paired with the best latte I've had in months, it was a phenomenal brunch. It's simple (read: familiar, not lacking complexity) dishes, good ingredients, skilled preparation (nod to the chef), and a restrained flair that takes it to the realm of a city favorite in just a few bites. Come here. You'll enjoy your meal.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Sublime Thai food, bright flavors and colorful plating. Duck curry was incredible, salmon panang as well.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
I really enjoyed my experience here. Came to Alpine for some astrophotography during the Perseid meteor shower and decided to splurge a little on a nice play to stay. The Maverick Inn was great; rustic but luxurious. Tile floors, adobe walls, and lots of wooden accents, but the bed was comfortable. Staff was helpful with my very few requests, and everything was just easy. I'll definitely stay here again! In summary: great place to stay, if a little pricey. Fantastic for a weekend getaway or mental health holiday.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Sublime. Nothing short of fantastic. We went with the omakase (because why not trust the chef?) and could not have been more pleased. Each course was crafted with an obvious, thoughtful touch, and extraordinarily tasty. Out of some 15 or so plates, the standouts were the Butterfish Tataki appetizer, the Kanpachi amberjack sashimi, the sweet corn with butter and soy, the Miyazaki beef, and the entire dessert portion. I had thought the desserts would be the weakest course after such a strong 4 previous, but they ended up being the perfect bookend to a phenomenal dinner. I've never spent so much on a dinner, but I've never been so delighted with my dining experience either.
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Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Fantastic place for a bit more traditional Japanese cuisine experience. I had the Unagi Eel bowl, grilled perfectly over rice (with a bit of tamago too!). My lunchmates had several bento boxes, which had a great variety and full of food. Unanimous reports of delicious food returned from them. Again, a great place for those who desire a more Japanese eatery than sushi fusion and house music.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
I don't know what's wrong with the other reviewers, our waitress was very polite with her loogie, and hocked it into the corner like a civilized person. Granted, there was a roach on my food, but I made the most of it and made it work its way out of a french fry maze. It was dinner AND a show! D's is a Tyler institution, and highly recommended!
Food: Very GoodDecor: GoodService: Poor - Fair
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago