I had a blast at the sneak peek of Miriam Cocina Latina. Overlooking Klyde Warren Park, this new spot opens Wednesday for dinner, and in a few weeks they’ll start opening for lunch.
I loved the roasted corn queso, it was a welcome twist on a familiar staple appetizer. I had the mole enchiladas, but their entrees we’re very diverse and flavorful.
Miriam brings the flavors of her Dominican heritage, and has an unforgettable smile. Partnering up with Shannon Wynne and his team, this spot is sure to make a splash. Go check em out.
I had some friends in from San Antonio and we needed a quick bit on the way to the airport. Where can I get world class food that shows off my amazing city where you can be in and out close to a half hour? TEN Ramen of course. Damn this place is killer. All of their ramen choices are always 🔥🔥 but the Cashu might be my favorite, because I have to split that with someone ever time.
They’re over in Sylvan Thirty, and don’t have chairs or stools, so wait comfy shoes. It’s an authentic experience that shouldn’t be missed. Go get you some.
I had a blast at The Dallas Zoo today! The weather was perfect and it wasn’t packed. All the animals were out and about being interactive and showing off. If you haven’t been to the Zoo in a while, it’s changed a LOT since the last time I was there ages ago. They have scheduled zookeeper times where they’ll answer questions and feed the animals. At the elephant showing they even had the elephants do tricks on command! It’s $10 to park, and $17 per adult, and there is a Dart Rail station right there.
📍650 S R L Thornton Fwy, Dallas, TX 75203
If you like poke and haven’t been to Malibu Poke, you’re messing up. This is the best poke I’ve found in Texas, not just Dallas. They have a ton of great people working together on this, but with the fish expertise of Jon Alexis, the brains behind TJ’s Seafood, combined the delicate plating and attention to detail of Chef Matt McCallister, this place can’t be beat.
The first visit can be a tiny learning experience as they have kiosks that allow you to place your own order and make your own modifications, but after that it’s a zip. They even let you use facial recognition to create a profile if you’re into those things. You certainly don’t have to. This is the coconut curry hamachi bowl, but they’re all amazing. They’re original location is on Oak Lawn where Good Eats used to be, but they’re staring to pop up in new places. Keep an eye out.
📍3888 Oak Lawn Ave
My sister in law Jessica came in town and wanted Dim Sum. I had never stumbled across any in town so we went on an adventure. We picked Garden Restaurant out in Garland and had a great meal. Little carts whizzing around, presenting all the options. I try to be adventurous, but I’ll admit I passed on a few things including a durian fruit fried roll. I had durian “fresh” before and it was too much. Even if you wanted to try it all, there are too many options for it to be possible in a single visit. Where do you Dim Sum? I would certainly recommend this place, but be prepared for a wait before 1 or 2pm on a Sunday.
3565 W Walnut St
Garland, TX 75042
Jimmy’s is old school. It’s an Italian Market, grocery store, butcher shop, deli, wine store, and it even has little tables to hang out at. I typically go for the sandwiches, but they have it all. In between Deep Ellum and Lower Greenville, this Old East Dallas spot is a classic. You gotta go check it out.
It’s not quite HOT yet, so I had to dip over to C Señor to catch a Cuban and some Yucca fries. They have a couple other things on their menu, but the keep it simple. There’s no inside seating at this place, but it’s fast and delicious. Go check it out over in Bishop Arts District.
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