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This Lower Greenville restaurant proudly waves a flag for gluten-free, seasonal and organic food. The kitchen at the brick-and-mortar location of Company Cafe produces surprising and delightful fare sure to satisfy the staunchest meat-and-potatoes lovers, who might mistakenly think a restaurant focused on organic and gluten-free food is better suited to granola-crunching hippies. Instead, the dining room is sleek and modern, with sparse maple-colored tables, polished cement floor and metal-framed chairs. It's a blend of chic and casual that's inviting to all, regardless of time or day. The restaurant's version of health food is elevated to simply fine dishes enjoyable by anyone. Take, for examples, the knockout gluten-free chicken-fried steak, the hefty migas and the mammoth burger on Texas toast. The entre is plated with a swirled hill of sweet-potato mash and speckled with sauteed green beans that glisten and snap. The gravy smothering the tender sirloin is a jalapeno-honey concoction, a gem of sauce that, whether scooped up with sweet potato, steak or beans, launches the humble Texas staple skyward. The Company Migas, a pyramid of protein (chicken or venison), bell pepper, onions and white corn tortillas presented atop a mound of black beans and garnished generously with feta, salsa and brilliant yellow eggs makes Company Cafe a fantastic choice for breakfast or brunch. Service is breezy without being aloof or negligent during breakfast, and brunch is a brisk time for the restaurant, though there's no push to turn tables, leaving you plenty of time to relish the challah French toast platter, an ideal selection for knee-biters, while sipping the Oak Cliff Coffee Roasters self-serve java and flipping through the morning's paper.