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8 restaurants found

  • 720 E. Jefferson Blvd.
    Dallas, TX 75203
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    Oak Cliff’s newest taco sensation is the second location of a business that first opened in McKinney a few years ago. But Del Sur Tacos has upped its game to...

  • 610 W. Jefferson Blvd.
    Dallas, TX 75208
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    A Tex-Mex institution in Oak Cliff, El Ranchito lives up to every mariachi-serenaded stereotype and has a kitchen to back up the bragging. One house specialty is...

  • 415 W. 12th St.
    Dallas, TX 75208
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    Sitting on the porch at La Calle Doce in Oak Cliff, you could easily believe you were lunching in San Antonio, not Dallas. Upscale but not stuffy, this local...

  • 3105 W. Davis St.
    Dallas, TX 75211
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    The Limon family’s Veracruzan kitchen sits well outside the spotlight on the west side of Oak Cliff, which means that Dallas at large is still hearing the good...

  • 2423 W. Kiest Blvd.
    Dallas, TX
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    Some of the best Guadalajaran food in Dallas comes from this luchador-themed restaurant in the heart of Oak Cliff. Many first-timers come to Maskaras for its...

  • 118 W. Jefferson Blvd., Ste. A
    Dallas, TX 75208
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    Don't be alarmed: You won't find chips and salsa on your table at this Oak Cliff Mexican restaurant boasting Veracruz-style cooking. You will, however, find...

  • 2478 W. Illinois Ave.
    Dallas, TX 752133
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    Some of the best breakfasts in Dallas are at this Oak Cliff institution, which has been baking Mexican pan dulces for more than 20 years. Step around the rolling...

  • 407 W. 10th St., Suite 135
    Dallas, TX 75208
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    Trompo is their name, and tacos de trompo are their game. The trompo, a vertical spit much like that used for shawarma in the Middle East and gyros in Greece,...

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