Big week here for hard-boiled western flavor on City of Ate. From Dave's review of Tex-Mex offerings at the months-old Maximo -- whose reputation, apparently, preceded it into town -- to Tabasco-infused tequila that'll keep you ridin' numb in the saddle, it's been one long, dusty trail from Monday morning to here.
The Week in Review(s):
- Your own Dallas Observer: Maximo's famous for its margaritas and guacamole, Maximo says. Here's what Dave says about the upscale Tex-Mex joint.
Dallas Morning News: Leslie Brenner heads upstairs for a look at Wolfgang Puck's Five-Sixty, which we reviewed last week.
- D Magazine: Nancy Nichols offers her take on the Plano's Yao Fuzi.
Dallas Voice: Arnold Wayne Jones offers his take on Five-Sixty.
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Highlights from City of Ate:
World Champhionship of Quail Egg Eating
Score yet another one for inevitability, with Lester Tucker's 14th straight win at the world Quail Egg Eating Championships in Grand Prairie last weekend. Also inevitable: somebody puked.
Girl Drink Drunk: Frankie's Sports Bar and Grill
Short of a swingin' door Wild West saloon, there's no manlier place to drink than a greasy sports bar. But only one of them will serve you an alcoholic milkshake.
Short Orders: Cowboy Chow
Everybody's favorite fauxksy Deep Ellum lunch spot makes good on its no-frills approach to time-tested flavors.
Easter Specials: To Make Brunch, You Gotta Break a Few Eggs
Yep, nothing like a good brunch menu to recall that time the law caught up with the most famous outlaw of all... Jesus. Wow. Who wants omelettes?!