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Best Tex Mex in Dallas Texas?

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Topic: Best Tex Mex in Dallas Texas?
Posted By: Bratty
Subject: Best Tex Mex in Dallas Texas?
Date Posted: July 26 2006 at 4:31pm
My list:
 
1.  Pappasitos - killer margaritas & fajitas
2.  Cozymel - great margarita selection & fab burritos
3.  Chueys - great food, great hangout & rare Jessica Simpson sightings
4.  Via Real - great atmosphere & food.  Ask to sit by the waterfall.
5.  Monica Aca & Alla - trendy with awesome food.
6.  Blue Mesa - love those blue margaritas & guacamole.
7.  Ojedas - best flour tortillas & fajitas
8.  Primos - great bar scene & hangout w/celebrity chef sightings.
 
Wow, now I'm hungry.
 



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Posted By: Karen Shelton
Date Posted: July 26 2006 at 5:20pm
Originally posted by Bratty Bratty wrote:

My list:
 
1.  Pappasitos - killer margaritas & fajitas
2.  Cozymel - great margarita selection & fab burritos
3.  Chueys - great food, great hangout & rare Jessica Simpson sightings
4.  Via Real - great atmosphere & food.  Ask to sit by the waterfall.
5.  Monica Aca & Alla - trendy with awesome food.
6.  Blue Mesa - love those blue margaritas & guacamole.
7.  Ojedas - best flour tortillas & fajitas
8.  Primos - great bar scene & hangout w/celebrity chef sightings.
 
Wow, now I'm hungry.
 
 
I adore Cozymel's big burrito.  My friends tease me about eating them.  :-)  Blue Mesa has the best fried sweet potato chips but they would wreck any lowfat or lowcal food program.  I never saw Jessica at Chuys but she actually did advertising for them many years ago and I have seen the chef from the mansion on turtle creek, Dean Ferring at Primos.
 
Great list. 


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Posted By: WaveKingSup
Date Posted: July 26 2006 at 6:27pm
Good list but missing Mi Cocina. 



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