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CiboDivino

One of the best options in West Dallas for casual dining by a mile. The market, café and bar is serving up some of the best Neapolitan-inspired pizzas available in Dallas right now. Order a pizza...
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Boulevardier

Boulevardier is one of Dallas’ two best casual French restaurants, and the other, The Mitchell, remains temporarily closed until the pandemic subsides. Boulevardier itself only reopened in...
French, Restaurants
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El Ranchito

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 cabrito — kid goat — but El...
Mexican
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Gilley's Lone Star Room

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Craft and Growler

Officially open in November of 2012, Craft & Growler's warm mahogany interior initially seems better suited for a New England setting, although the beer list proves otherwise. The bar's 30 taps...
Gastro Pub, Bars and Clubs
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Gilley's Dallas

There's been a lot of confusion surrounding Gilley's ever since South Side Music Hall opened. The entire building is known as Gilley's Complex, but the big question is: Which of the complex's four...
Bars and Clubs, Music Venues
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Legacy of Love Art Gallery

Music Venues
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Macellaio - Closed

A more casual, younger sibling to Bishop Arts institution Lucia, Macellaio took no time fitting into the neighborhood after it opened in spring 2018. It’s bigger than Lucia, but the interior is...
Italian, Mediterranean
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The Kessler Theater

Known simply as "The Kessler" to insiders who frequent the recently remodeled theater, this Oak Cliff establishment has remained a fixture on the corner of Davis Street and Clinton Avenue since...
Bars and Clubs, Movie Theaters, Music Venues
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Trompo

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, supports layers of pork rubbed red...
Mexican

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