Even if Dallas is a little bit behind on the poutine trend, it's now in full swing. We're not entirely sure who started the poutine craze in Dallas, but you can get your fix at any of these five fine establishments.
The basic poutine formula is given a touch of class with a decadent duck confit, and ancho chile gravy adds a little southwestern flair that is new for a dish that you never saw below the Mason-Dixon until recently.
At The Common Table, even Canadians can find a version of poutine that they love. At only $7, the crinkle-cut fries, white cheddar curds, and rich brown gravy are a cheap study in the fundamentals of poutine.
Fries that have been cooked to a perfect extra-crispy are topped with fresh cheddar curds and a generous helping of rich, beefy gravy with sweetness and a little kick provided by a shot of Wild Turkey.
With the help of meat mastermind and executive chef Oliver Sitrin, The Blind Butcher offers multiple varieties of poutine, including a vegetarian mushroom incarnation, but they are best for a decadent duck poutine with a foie gras add-on.