Savor Dallas: Tastes of the City

Savor Dallas: Tastes of the City

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From the hearty soul food street carts in Deep Ellum, to the glittering oysters and champagne in Uptown, the Dallas food scene is rich, diverse, and passionate.

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    Jimmy’s Food Store creates a fine selection of Italian food and wine. If you want a meat-packed sandwich, the Italian Stallion is just for you with seven different kinds of meat.
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    The guacapotle is a signature burger at Grub Burger Bar, and it’s easy to see why. Chipotle aioli, cheddar cheese, and homemade guac makes this one of the best burgers you will find in Dallas.
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    You may think you’ve had good biscuits before, but these will blow your taste buds away.
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    Butterscotch ice cream. Sea salted caramel. That’s all you need to know about this delectable dessert. So what are you waiting for? Go to The Porch ASAP!
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    Sissy’s serves all the southern classics, but the fried chicken is to die for. You can get a bucket for just $25, and it is worth every cent.
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    One piece of bacon is good but five is even better. Chef John Tesar shows (through his food) this is not your average steakhouse but rather a social dining experience.
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    These cookies are what dreams are made of. You can’t go wrong with any type but make sure to eat them warm.
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    The Ahi Poke taco is definitely a favorite at Velvet Taco. Fresh, raw, and tangy. Seriously, what could be better than sushi and tacos combined?
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    It’s kind of a Mexican seafood restaurant; they do this awesome crab soup with a whole blue crab in it, shell and all. You’ve got to roll up your sleeves for that one. They also do ceviche, and dishes with high acidity and bright flavors that reflect the cuisine’s Caribbean influence.
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    El Ranchito is a great place to see legitimate family-style Texas Mexican food. No one speaks any English, there’s an abuela (“grandmother”) in the corner making fresh tortillas and they also have mariachis. It’s a cool, old-timey kind of thing. They serve awesome cabrito, a roast baby goat leg meant for four. It comes out on a little hibachi thing with fresh tortillas and rancho beans, so you can build your own roast goat meat tacos.
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