Dallas, TX 75201
- 5:30-9:30 p.m. Thursday-Saturday Closed Sunday-Wednesday
- Beer and wine
- Reservations Recommended
Top pick: Menu items rotate along with the interns and the professionals who teach them, but look for market-fresh fish with seasonal sides, savory crawfish beignets or an excellent plate of shrimp and grits.
The downside: Because of the nature of the restaurant, the food and drink options are fairly limited. That’s not a bad thing; it eliminates decision fatigue, and the drinks don’t have much markup at all.
Fun fact: Because the staff is paid living wages, any tip left on the table will be considered a donation to the restaurant’s mission.
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