Located in an attractive Southwest-themed shopping center in Cedar Hill, just south of Duncanville on Highway 67, it's a steak place, but there are a few twists, such as the tasty pineapple-habanero relish that accompanied the coconut shrimp. The charcoal-broiled steaks varied in quality: The filet mignon was tender, but the lime-and-tequila-marinated flank steak was not. Still, this is a cut above the chain steak houses in Southern Dallas in both elegance and execution, and the prices are reasonable. Friendly service.
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Steak--damn straight--is the mother's milk of Dallas dining. When imagination fails you, when the prospect of culinary risk numbs the cojones, when the anxiety of outfitting a restaurant without mahogany, polished brass and frosted ...