From Cafe Brazil to Jimmy John's, we covered a handful of spots near and dear to our hearts here at City of Ate's Oak Lawn H.Q. Dave, meanwhile, highlights a place where it's no problem feeling right at home. But if there's one lesson to draw from the week, it's this: get out of New York. Even if you're in Oak Cliff.
The Week in Review(s):
- Your own Dallas Observer: Dave enjoys the friendly atmosphere at Nick & Sam's Grill, and tries to enjoy the food too.
Dallas Morning News: Leslie Brenner takes on Brazilian-Vietnamese fusion at Lumi Empanada and Dumpling Kitchen, while we imagine the hilarious TV sitcom possiblities. Brenner also checks out Citrus Bistro this week.
Highlights from City of Ate:
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Girl Drink Drunk: Bolsa
No better time than a workday lunch for fruity summer drinks.
Dude Food: Jimmy John's
Because a dude never likes to wander too far for his grub.
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