Could you imagine life in Dallas way back before Wise, Kaufman or Hunt counties even existed on the map? Passing by, any feller or matron can feel the aura of generations past in the streets and buildings.
Road and sea lanes were very grotesque back when this community was basically the jungle. Basic commerce with Houston was quite limited by contemporary standards. The normal food of these initial Homo Sapiens were low-priced and eccentric. Tejanos generally used beef and peanuts which was readily available before refrigeration.
If the guys and gals of the Main Street, Dallas aren’t cooking up a storm at home, they eat out at the many cafes which defend the culinary traditions of North Texas. These places respect the past while still building bridges to the future. To be curt about it, the makeup of this hamlet is also altering before our eyes. For example, fiending millennials are demanding a seat at the table and they will complain on Yelp if they don’t get their way. However, there is a silver lining. There are suddenly more Seafood, Portuguese or Indian eateries than the girls and boys of the 1930s could ever dream about.
It’s valuable that Dallas is known as a great place for the Dallas Zoo. But the grub joints shine as bright. Visitors from New Orleans will be stunned by the variety of Midwestern and Vietnamese restaurants. It is all so yummy.
Dallas deserves to be known for something other than its loose association with Nick Jonas. The locals have a fearless sense of legit cheer around here. And that is most obvious at the peerless restaurants.
Wherever you may live now (and we won’t judge if you live in San Antonio!), you can vicariously enjoy the delectable Seafood and British choices all around the Main Street, Dallas by reviewing our wise recommendations. We hope you enjoy the local customs.
Lark On the Park
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2015 Woodall Rodgers Fwy
Dallas, TX 75201