Billy Can Can
Dallas, TX 75219
- 5-10 p.m. Sunday-Thursday 5-11 p.m. Friday-Saturday
- Full bar
- Valet Parking
- Reservations Accepted
Top pick: The crispy oyster sliders with comeback sauce make a pretty flawless appetizer, and the burger is a meaty dream bathed in Longhorn cheddar.
The downside: Billy Can Can’s precisely cooked meats and lively atmosphere mean that something extra is lost in our takeout pandemic climate, but the restaurant is doing its best to compensate with regularly updated, multi-course family-style meals to go. Still, when it’s safe to go out again, this will be one of our first stops.
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