A carry-out/delivery business borne out of founders Paul Oltmann and Steve Daroche's disappointment in delivery services, Quesa-D-Ya's takes a cutesy name and brings customers fresh, cooked-to-order Tex-Mex with an emphasis on -- what else? -- quesadillas. Among the large-portion hits here are the best-selling Smokey Mountain D-Ya (pulled pork or chicken with barbecue rice, bacon, ham, sautéed onions and a smoky cheddar blend) and the Cuban sandwich-inspired Havana D-Ya (pork, ham, pickles, black beans, brown mustard, rice and mozzarella). Commonly ordered sides are the white cheddar queso and the queso with beef and avocado crema. Greenies in love with Quesa-D-Ya's offerings can feel even better knowing that the restaurant uses 100 percent biodegradable/compostable products.
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Thursday, October 20, 2011 at 12:43 p.m. by Scott Reitz
The problem with writing this story is that I'm actually, and colossally, hungover, and blogging about cures instead of implementing them is a strange sort of torture I'm not sure I've ever endured. One thing's for sure: As soon as ...
Quesa-D-Ya's. Really, dude. That's what you went with? Guess you assumed that Dallas folk don't know how to spell, let alone pronounce, "quesadilla"? Probably fair. Still feels like you raped the Spanish language, though. Did you al...
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