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Velvet Taco Restaurant In Dallas

Mexican Hotels In Dallas-Velvet Taco Restaurant In Dallas,is a temple to the liberated taco. We’re a one-of-a-kind taco concept serving premium food in a unique & funky fast-casual setting. Founded on the idea that tacos don’t have to be associated with Tex-Mex cuisine and can be made with the same care and quality ingredients as fine dining, Velvet Taco is where “anything goes meets the art of the possible.”Some cool things about us: we use only the freshest ingredients available to offer a menu that explores the edge of multi-cultural boundaries, liberating tacos to a whole new level. We make our own tortillas, slow roast our own chicken and corn, use lots of booze in our margaritas, and make everything from scratch. Which means our food tastes really awesome.Our tacos may not change the entire world, but we think they’re pretty freakin’ great. MON - WEDS :11AM – 1AM THURSDAY :11AM - 3AM FRIDAY :11AM - 4AM SATURDAY :10AM - 4AM SUNDAY :10AM - 1AM
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Enchiladas Restaurant In Dallas

Best Hotels In Dallas-Enchiladas Restaurant In Dallas originated in Mexico, where the practice of rolling tortillas around other food dates back at least to Mayan times.The people living in the lake region of the Valley of Mexico traditionally ate corn tortillas folded or rolled around small fish. Writing at the time of the Spanish conquistadors, Bernal Díaz del Castillo documented a feast enjoyed by Europeans hosted by Hernán Cortés in Coyoacán, which included foods served in corn tortillas. (Note that the native Nahuatl name for the flat corn bread used was tlaxcalli; the Spanish gave it the name tortilla. The Nahuatl word for enchilada is chīllapītzalli [t͡ʃiːlːapiːˈt͡salːi] which is formed of the Nahuatl word for "chili", chīlli [ˈt͡ʃiːlːi] and the Nahuatl word for "flute", tlapītzalli [t͡ɬapiːˈt͡salːi].[10] In the 19th century, as Mexican cuisine was being memorialized, enchiladas were mentioned in the first Mexican cookbook, El cocinero mexicano ("The Mexican Chef"), published in 1831,and in Mariano Galvan Riveras Diccionario de Cocina, published in 1845. Mexican cooking authority Diana Kennedy cites an early reference from an American traveler from 1883 who remarked, "Enchiladas, a greasy tortilla sandwich containing chiles and a number of other uninviting looking compounds and other nasty messes, are sold everywhere, filling the air with a pungent, nauseous smell." Kennedy goes on to heartily disagree with that characterization, likely brought on by culture shock. Another early mention, in English, is a 1914 recipe found in California Mexican-Spanish Cookbook, by Bertha Haffner Ginger. Open 11:00 AM – 11:00 PM Mon – Thu 11:00 AM – 11:00 PM Fri – Sat 11:00 AM – 1:00 AM Sun 10:00 AM – 11:00 PM
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RJ Mexican Cuisine Restaurant In Dallas

Best Mexican Hotels In Dallas-RJ Mexican Cuisine’s Restaurant In Dallas,imaginative traditional dishes, blending Mexico-Texas flavors with Mexican technique, is at the forefront of a new wave of the Mexican cuisine that’s now become entrenched in Dallas’ culinary scene. The interior of RJ Mexican Cuisine legacy continues at this family’s newest renovated Mexican Cuisine location. More casual than the previous establishment, it serves up a wide selection of smaller dishes designed for sharing. Here, are the comfort foods to Tilapia Margarita and Steak Quesadilla to RJ Favorites: chicken enchilada, sour cream sauce, crispy beef taco, masa boats, pork carnitas or chicken tinga and more from the bar. Each dish has a touch of unexpected flavor, which is typical of this culinary Master of Mexican Cuisine who believes that “each bite should involve all of our senses and tastes.” Though RJ Mexican Cuisine may be the father of Dallas’ Eatery scene, there are plenty following in their footsteps. RJ Mexican Cuisine has been listed as one of the city’s best new restaurants several times over. This cozy and unpretentious eatery is known for serving up dishes with a twist – a Mexican twist in this case. Tapas of spiced meat, cheeses, and seafood are served up alongside a legendary late-night Chefs platter. The cocktails are also among the best in Dallas. MEET THE MEN BEHIND RJ MEXICAN CUISINE Jay Khan Mr. Jay Khan is a true American success story. While attending college in 1982, Jay worked at Texas Tumbleweed in Addison as a dishwasher and kitchen assistant. After gaining experience in all functions of the restaurant, he was promoted to management and for 6 years held the position of General Manager of the highest grossing location in the chain. Having been highly recruited by many restaurant chains, he chose Lone Star Steakhouse to further hone his skills. For more than four years he worked as an Opening GM and was responsible for opening restaurants around the country from ground breaking to opening day. He rose to the level of Regional Manager at Lone Star before accepting a position with Landry’s Corporation. In 1994 Jay became a Regional Manager with Landry’s and was responsible for 21 units from Texas to Colorado to Arizona. Soon after arriving at Landry’s he and Chef RV met and worked closely for nearly 10 years and that chemistry lead to them joining together to make their first venture out of the corporate nest. In September of 2004 Jay and Chef RV opened RJ Mexican Cuisine where they have enjoyed remarkable success. In Jay’s own words, “I am driven by the challenge of opening and successfully managing businesses to profitability.” Chef Ron Von Hattan Chef RV, as he is respectfully referred to, has 30 years of experience in kitchens around the Midwest and Texas. He began as a young man with his family in their restaurant at age 14. After 7 years he set out to learn his craft. His journey led him to a five star continental restaurant called Faust’s in St. Louis, where under the tutelage of renowned Chef Zoltan Popp he received his classical training. Realizing his passion for crafting meals and menus, he left and joined the corporate giant Brinker International, where for two and a half years he cut his teeth on multi-unit kitchen management. In 1994 he joined the team at Landry’s Corporation and met Jay Khan. The two of them teamed up to manage at their peak 21 units for Landry’s from Texas to Colorado to Arizona. In September of 2004 Chef RV and Mr. Khan set out to make their mark on the industry. Opening RJ Mexican Cuisine was the first venture out of the corporate arena for both and continue to enjoy their success from that endeavor today. Sunday — Thursday 11am — 10pm Friday — Saturday 11am — 11pm
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meso maya comida y copas Restaurant In Dallas

Best Hotels In Dallas-meso maya comida y copas Restaurant In Dallas.Our building on McKinney Avenue has a long history—more than 75 years worth. It started in 1938 when the Spanish-style building was built for the Luna Tortilla Factory. The restaurant and its next-door neighbor, El Fenix, were instant favorites for residents and visitors of Dallas’ Little Mexico community, and it offered the first Mexican restaurant patio in the city. In late 2012, the building was renovated to accommodate Meso Maya, bringing to the area a new genre of Mexican food and culture. This well-known location recently received an award and was recognized byPreservation Dallas for preserving the history and culture of the Dallas community.
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Avilas Restaurant In Dallas

Best Mexican Hotels In Dallas- Avila Restaurants In Dallas, The Family invites you to explore their exciting menu created from a collection of recipes featuring founders, Anita and Octavio Avila’s Mexican and Texan roots. Anita’s father owned and operated a grocery store in “Little Mexico” where the Sunday morning specials included menudo and lengua. Octavio was born in Parral Chihuahua and raised in Monterrey, near the foothills of the Sierra Madre Oriental. Culinary contributions reflect both northeastern and frontier Mexican-style dishes. Over the years, Anita and Octavio lovingly prepared their family’s specialties for their children, grandchildren and at family gatherings. In 1986 at retirement age, Anita and Octavio decided, with their children’s help, to fulfill their lifelong dream of opening a restaurant. Their dream has evolved into a Dallas favorite. While the original tried and true menu items have continued to dazzle, new flavorful dishes, such as a Mexican version of shrimp scampi and a bread pudding made with croissants and white chocolate, have garnered rave reviews. Gluten-free, vegetarian entrees, fine tequilas, locally brewed beer and a small but well crafted wine list, are just a few of the additions that will satisfy all cravings. The Avila Family welcomes you. Buen Provecho! Hours Monday – Thursday 11 am – 9 pm Friday – Saturday Dinner: 11 am – 10 pm Sunday - 10 am – 8 pm
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