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Best Breakfasts

Our favorite places worth waking up for.

Best Barbecue

We examined rings, pinched bark, and eschewed sauce to find the purveyors of the tastiest smoked meats in the city.

Best New Restaurants

Every year a crop of new restaurants open their doors in Dallas offering new foods and dining experiences. These are the best new restaurants in Dallas.

Best Neighborhood Restaurants

From North Oak Cliff to Plano, we’ve uncovered the city’s best joints. Come on in. Grab a chair. Make a friend.

Best Burgers

After sampling gloriously melted cheese, the crunch of fresh tomatoes and pickles, and satisfying mouthfuls of bacon and sautéed mushrooms, these are the best burgers in Dallas we just can’t live without.

Best Brunches

Best Tacos

From gourmet delights to hole-in-the-wall bites, these are the best.

50 Best Restaurants

It’s been three years since we ranked the 100 Best Restaurants in Dallas and what a dynamic three years it’s been. With a whirlwind of openings and closings, we felt it was time to recalibrate our rankings.

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Pendery’s World of Chiles and Spices

In 1870, DeWitt Clinton Penderey packed up some samples from his family spice and tea business in Cincinnati and hopped on a stagecoach to seek his fortune. He disembarked in Fort Worth, where he founded Penderey’s World of Chiles & Spices, selling his wares at the Wells Fargo stagecoach stop. Penderey’s is now the oldest family-owned and -operated business in Texas, and they recently opened a retail outlet as part of their manufacturing facility in the Design District. DeWitt is credited with inventing chili powder, the now ubiquitous blend of ground chile pods and spices used to season chili. The company sells more than a dozen varieties, in addition to a wide selection of dried herbs, spices, and teas.

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