While Dave kills time at a booze-free bar (place hadn't lined up its liquor license yet), we take a culinary expedition with some of the luminaries of the printed page, and other folks whose job it is to make everything a little prettier. Or at least more edible.
The Week in Review(s):
- Your own Dallas Observer: Dave finds "down-home" cooking at Cava, a Colombian-Spanish fusion joint with a hint of other Latin and Greek influences.
Dallas Morning News: Leslie Brenner says the food's just as good, even if the name is slightly different, at The Place At Perry's.
Highlights from City of Ate:
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