Eater's Essential Restaurants: Dallas

Eater's Essential Restaurants: Dallas

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    Dallas journalist Frank X. Tolbert was chili-obsessed, writing a book called A Bowl of Red before opening Tolbert's in 1976. The restaurant has since moved to downtown Grapevine.
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    It's worth the wait for creative, always well-executed fare like green chile crab dip, the best wedge salad in town, or a killer flat iron with French fries, all in a cozy setting.
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    Head to Stephan Pyles' newest restaurant for honey fried chicken, a bone-in cowboy ribeye, or tacos with housemade tortillas. goo.gl/iy1b1m
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    This shrine to smoked foods on the banks of the Trinity River is a must-visit, don't miss the camp bread with "pit master fat" or the brisket-stuffed piquillo peppers.goo.gl/iy1b1m
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    Wingfield's burgers are absolutely massive and greasy in the best possible way. Call in your order first, because there's not much standing room available.goo.gl/iy1b1m
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    Urbano offers inspired and fresh nightly chalkboard specials with locally sourced ingredients. The BYOB policy makes it an affordable weeknight choice. goo.gl/iy1b1m
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    Don't miss the yakitori, grilled skewers of chicken or more exotic choices like beef hearts (or the fancy Japanese toilet), at the Lower Greenville mainstay. goo.gl/iy1b1m
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    A minimalist shrine to fresh, impeccable Japanese food, Tei-An is perfect for a fancy dinner or a casual lunch of ramen. goo.gl/iy1b1m
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    Fresh salads, hangover-curing migas and pancakes, juicy burgers, and fantastic milkshakes and baked goods, oh, and did we mention it's 100 percent vegan? goo.gl/iy1b1m
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    After travelling the U.S. learning from meat masters Tim Byres brings his knowledge back to Dallas at one of the city's best-received and best-executed restaurants. goo.gl/iy1b1m
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    This Uptown seafood joint is a bastion of professional service and great oysters, not to mention the New Orleans-style barbecue shrimp and hush puppies. goo.gl/iy1b1m
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    A Dallas mainstay for over 20 years, Royal China continues to wow loyal diners with xiao long bao (soup dumplings) and hand-pulled noodles. goo.gl/iy1b1m
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