4 TikTok accounts every Dallas foodie should follow
If you haven’t come across TikTok in the past few months, I’m impressed. Not really. The app that allows users to create and share short videos became hugely popular with Gen Z, and everyone else quickly caught on.
The days don’t seem to get any shorter and nothing takes up hours of your time like this app. For all of the foodies out there, TikTok could be a dream come true. Combine that with Dallas’ extensive food scene and there’s a good chance viewers will shut down the starved app. Take this as a warning if you’re reading on on an empty stomach.
Here are four TikTok accounts every Dallas foodie should have on their feed:
Sarah Mize from Dallas Love List(Dallas love list)
May I refer you to this account if you have any questions about Dallas? Dallas Love List is the brainchild of Sarah Mize, a blogger and social media manager at the Metroplex. It started out as a blog of the same name a few years ago, and in May the Dallas Love List released its first TikTok video. After only three months, the account already has over 140,000 followers. The videos feature colorful text, cool outdoor and indoor restaurants, and delicious-looking food. If you want to get to know the hip, new places where you can take Instagram pictures in D-FW (socially distant of course), check out this account.
Erin Christman is The Food Romantic.(Lauren Engel)
The Food Romantic is for those who love to visit small cafes, sandwich shops and dessert bars. If you’re a takeaway eater these days, the videos here are likely more in line with your style. The videos usually have some great background on newer facilities such as: For example, what kind of food they specialize in, what part of the forest the restaurant is in and how employees conjure up a drink or a dish. Creator Erin Christman, a certified Taylor Swift fan (she says the account name is based on Swift’s song “New Romantics”), also created The Food Romantic Instagram account for quicker updates and photos. Just leafing through it makes me hungry.
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Tash Letap, the inventor of Dallas Eat More, started posting TikTok videos to the account a little over a month ago. The Instagram account of the same name has collected 29,000 followers and is one of all of its delicious food photos. The TikTok account doesn’t disappoint either. Dallas Eat More features photos of some of the most delicious food with fun music.
The self-proclaimed “CEO of Food in Texas” brought his talents to TikTok! Maoed’s report is not for the weak. Many of us will be traveling all over the Lone Star state to sample delicious meals from some of the most popular places in Texas. And while this report doesn’t focus on Dallas, some of the videos are taking place in Dallas. And what’s the harm in compiling a list of must-try restaurants from Texas’s biggest foodie scenes across the state?