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Follow the smoky trail through Downtown Dallas and it’ll lead you east to Pecan Lodge in Deep Ellum. If the line of folks wrapped around the building doesn’t convince you of this barbecue’s deliciousness, order “The Trough” a sampler with enough meat to feed a family, and indulge in the juicy flavor of one of the best ‘que joints in Texas.
Before you visit Roanoke, you better put on your stretchy pants because at Babe’s Chicken, they serve you a literal pile of fried chicken (or a face-sized chicken-fried steak, your choice!) Add in family-style creamy corn, fluffy biscuits and a mountain of mashed potatoes and you’re in one Texi-fied food coma.
While you’re in Arlington, stop by Mariano’s Hacienda to take a sip of important Texas history – this Tex-Mex eatery invented the frozen margarita machine in 1971. And while the original machine is now part of the Smithsonian, they’re still serving ‘em up cold!
In the Bishops Art District of Dallas, you’ll find Dude, Sweet Chocolate – and when you try their unique treats, that’s exactly what you’ll be saying. I suggest their signature Chocolate Salami, a heavenly mixture of chocolate, dates and nuts that melts in your mouth.
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