Another year gone, and it seems like Dallas is even harder to keep up with from a diner's perspective. Each year, restaurants open that radically sculpt our culinary landscape, bringing us new cuisines, while others reshape what we thought we knew. Leave Dallas for a year and you'd have to relearn a completely new food scene. And damn would that be fun.
Catherine Downes San Salvaje gathers food from an entire continent and delivers it to one spot downtown.
Could you imagine downtown without San Salvaje? Or how about the world of steakhouses without John Tesar's Knife? In the span of 12 months, Dallas has shifted to keep itself on the national food stage.More »