1. Sonny Bryan's Smokehouse
Travel Channel: Get a true Texas meal at this Dallas staple, where all of the cooking is done over a fire pit. As seen on Travel Channel’s Man v. Food Nation.
2. Taqueria El Si Hay
Eater: Eating elotes, or maybe some barbacoa or lengua tacos is only half the fun. Standing in line may be the most delicious possible look at Dallas' cultural diversity. [Eater 38 Member]
Eater: The best place to take out-of-towners who wonder what all the fuss is when it comes to Tex-Mex. We recommend the chile relleno. And the brisket tacos. And, well, everything else. [Eater 38 Member]
Eater: The barbecue baby of Tim Byres is one of the city's best-received and best-executed restaurants. [Eater 38 Member]
5. Peggy Sue BBQ
Eater: The Park Cities may not be known for getting their hands dirty, but Peggy Sue BBQ's decades-old tradition of fine ribs and more proves otherwise. [Eater 38 Member]
6. Victory Park
Dallas Observer: Lined with great restaurants, trendy boutiques and home to American Airlines Center- a visit here, makes for a great evening.
7. Mike Anderson's BBQ House
Dallas Observer: Voted best BBQ in our Best of Dallas 2010 issue!
8. Urban Taco
Dallas Observer: Great drinks and delicious three- choice dips...great for an appetizer!
9. Cool & Hot
10. Main Street Garden
11. Fair Park
12. John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza
13. Pecan Lodge
14. Lockhart Smokehouse
15. White Rock Lake
16. Knife Dallas
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