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The Most Ridiculous Things to Eat in Dallas Right Now

This $35 lobster pho is the opposite of a brown bag lunch.
This $35 lobster pho is the opposite of a brown bag lunch. Kathy Tran
Sometimes, regular lunch just won't do. Sometimes, you need to punch your body in the face with calories. If you're looking to eat something completely over-the-top this weekend, these five places can accommodate.

Lobster pho at Lime Bar
Kanye West your day by throwing caution — and money — to the wind with a $35 bowl of lobster pho at modern Irving Vietnamese restaurant Lime Bar. If you don't post this on Instagram, did you really even eat it?

This is just straight-up cookie dough on a spoon. God bless. - COURTESY OF DOUGH DOUGH
This is just straight-up cookie dough on a spoon. God bless.
Courtesy of Dough Dough
Cookie dough at Dough Dough
Yesterday, Dough Dough finally opened, which means Dallas officially has an entire restaurant devoted to cookie dough. There are 10 different flavors, so obviously you're going to need enough cash to order 10 scoops of straight cookie dough.

That's it: We're moving to Cheese Island. - KATHY TRAN
That's it: We're moving to Cheese Island.
Kathy Tran
Cheese Island at Ddong Ggo
It's a $25 mountain of cheese, fried chicken and fries at a restaurant with a name that translates to "butthole." Any other questions?

If you missed this special at Cattleack, you'd better pray it comes back. - CHRIS WOLFGANG
If you missed this special at Cattleack, you'd better pray it comes back.
Chris Wolfgang
The wagyu chili cheese dog at Cattleack
A wagyu hot dog covered in brisket chili, cheese, roasted Hatch chiles, jalapeno — this Cattleack one-off was so incredible, we're thinking of attempting to believe in God just to pray for it to come back.

These doughnuts look as ridiculous as they taste. - PAIGE WEAVER
These doughnuts look as ridiculous as they taste.
Paige Weaver
Anything at Wow Donuts
This Plano doughnut shop takes doughnuts seriously with dozens of flavors like pineapple upside down cake, chocolate lava, Ferrero Rocher, Cinnamon Toast Crunch and maple coffee cake.
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