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Fachini

Fachini is a nod to fantastical dining: tuxedoed servers, Dean Martin crooning on the speakers, and opulent Italian decor. But it works best when its fantasy world is Texas-specific. There’s a...
Italian
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Chelsea Corner

American
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Bistro 31

Bistro 31 tries to offer two things at once with their Highland Park menu: Salt cod croquettes, escargot and steak tartare cater to the neighborhood's well-traveled jet setters, while grilled...
New American, Restaurants
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Henry's Majestic

Don’t expect anything stately. Henry’s Majestic takes its name from the owner’s favorite dog and the brand of ovens used in the kitchen. It's actually nice to visit a new restaurant that's not...
Bar Food, Modern American
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Cafe Pacific

Cafe Pacific opened in 1980, but it wasn't until 2004 when it was reviewed at the Observer. Back then the restaurant was described as a cliché and right now that claim still holds true. There's...
Seafood, Restaurants
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Goo Goo Eyes

Health and Fitness
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Culwell and Son

Retail
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Chuy's

It's been said that nothing good comes from someone or something named Chuy. This Tex-Mex restaurant chain nips that adage in the bud. Decorated in bright colors and kitschy send-ups of all things...
Tex-Mex, Restaurants
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Knife

The best steakhouse in Dallas expanded to Plano last year; this author has yet to visit the Plano location. But the original, at the Highland Dallas hotel near Mockingbird Station, continues to...
New American, Steak
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Pizza Parm Project

Pizza, Salads, Sandwiches

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