Dallas Loves Dining Out!
Posted May 30th, 2012 | by The Update
Dallas has become a bourgeoning city for foodies of all sorts, offering everything from classy 5-star restaurants with award-winning chefs to rustic BBQ joints to a growing variety of food trucks. So, its no wonder one study recently showed that Dallas enjoyed dining out more than most cities in the US:
From NBC DFW: As a city, we go out more than 70 percent more than the average city, according to Bundle’s data…
Maybe people realized that hosting brunch at their house when the Cowboys are playing means that no one will be coming to help you clean the dishes. Or is it possible that our vast selection of restaurants is too tempting to pass up?
After all, we are home to family-owned favorites like Campisi’s and Ojeda’s Tex-Mex. Chile relleno, anyone? Dallas has Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck for those who want to eat high in the sky [pictured above]. If you’re afraid of heights, there is Dakota’s restaurant underground. And since we are a big city, we also have just about every chain restaurant you can think of as well.
It’s a small victory, but we can pat ourselves on the back knowing that we are helping to stimulate our economy each time we eat out. We are keeping small businesses thriving. We are making sure that no steak ever has to go uneaten.
Click here to read the full article on NBC DFW.
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