Bad Sushi, Burgers and Too Much Cheese: This Week In Dallas Grubbing

Another week has come to a close, this one under a shroud of dark gray clouds. Not really looking that inspiring yet, is it? Maybe this is your last good weekend to stay at home and make a big pot of chili. You could even put beans in it. I promise I won't tell. Before you hit your grocery store to pick up meat and fixins, we've got a week to wrap up.

This week I reviewed Central 214. If you haven't been, I think you should check it out. If you're not up for a heavy meal, just have a seat at the bar. Graham Dodd's bar food menu is a great one.

Bolsa Mercado has no bar, but you should pay them a visit anyway. This turkey sandwich is looking good. Or maybe you're headed up north to Denton 35. If you go we've got a list of places to eat. Cleaning your beard is all you, though.

If you'd rather try and be healthy this week there's a new juice place to check out. It's probably a great way to cleanse after eating and over cheesed sandwich or a walking taco.

Elsewhere in Dallas, Leslie Brenner reviews Kinado Sushi and Bar in Richardson, this week and awards zero stars. Stackhouse on the other hand got three.

There's a new kid in town. @TheGlutLife has been tweetin' for months, but I just noticed he's been building out a pretty crazy blog, too. Look how this guy handles snapper. Makes you wonder what he'd do with sriracha.

Things have taken a turn on the Taco Trail. Two breakfast taco posts make me wonder if Jose got a new alarm clock. I love eggs in my tacos, but I also like sleeping in.

The Escape Hatch might have a little scoop on the Horne and Dekker space. He's working a rumor that the Nosh folks are moving in. I wonder what will happen to the rest of the places that have closed in the hood.

And Oh, Hey Dallas went to Thailand and ate a bunch of shit. I don't believe for a second that slice is the best pizza ever, but the rest of those pictures gave me wander lust. Guess that means it's time to get out of here.

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