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  • 3028 N. Belt Line Rd.
    Dallas, TX 75062
    $$$
    Critics' Pick
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    Mr. Max himself, Hare Nakamura, died in 2013, but his namesake restaurant is still going strong in its third decade of business. A casual oasis of high-quality...

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