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3232 McKinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75204 | East Dallas & Lakewood | 214-754-4744
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Private Social is the first solo endeavor by Tiffany Derry, television superstar and longtime Dallas-area chef. The dining room can be a little noisy, and you’ll drop a lot of money on the dinner plates, but at the bar, affordable small plates meet the magnificent mixology of Rocco Milano. Have a burger and a drink or indulge Derry’s famous pork buns. The sweet and salty pork belly nestled into pillowy steamed bread is a great bite.


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