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  • 2714 Elm St.
    Dallas, TX 75226
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    One of Deep Ellum’s better bars by any measure, Armoury D.E. is especially beloved for its food. Owner Peter Novotny works with chef Abram Vargas to make his...

  • 2713 Elm St.
    Dallas, TX 75226
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    Next-generation fried chicken has arrived in Dallas. While most tributes to the Southern dish stay darling, the guys at Brick & Bones have produced a fried...

  • 1417 W. Davis St.
    Dallas, TX 75208
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    The diner on West Davis Street has been a bustling favorite of Oak Cliff residents since 2010. It’s so casual that it feels like a relief from the rest of the...

  • 3401 W. Airport Freeway, No. 110
    Irving, TX 75062
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    Irving’s first Nepalese sports bar was worth the wait, and it’s making the rest of the North Texas cities jealous. Only at Peak Restaurant can you watch a...

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