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Few food items in this world are as perfect as the sandwich, and Uncle Uber's really does this noble food item justice. Order one of their many different 'wiches, which range from traditional ones like grilled cheese or roast beef to more adventurous like the Pork BunMe (a take on the Banh Mi Vietnamese sandwich) or the mouthwatering Cuban. Make sure to check out their burgers, which come in single, double and triple varieties, and their hand-cut fries if you feel like branching out.
This exciting Dallas Mexican-American nightspot offers gourmet dishes that are more Mexican than American. Pepe's and Mito's is a great way to experience nightlife in Dallas. The setting is freshly painted and spotless with Mexican American accents. Colors are bright and vibrant, while lighting is subdued to allow a special dining experience. Service is warm and friendly, anticipating your every need. Specialty dishes include Spinach and Mushroom Enchiladas, house-made Pork Tamales, Pollo al Mojo (juicy flattened chicken breast infused with garlic), and Garlicky Guiso (beef-onion-bell pepper stew in a dark, rich gravy). The homemade flour tortillas and sopapillas are outstanding.
So close to the border, one would expect to find authentic Mexican food on every corner in Texas. Taquería El Si Hay definitely fits that bill. This small little food stand churns out authentic and delicious tacos with huge flavor. The big favorite here are their pork al pastor tacos, although you can get all the best kinds of meat at El Si Hay like barbacoa and lengua. For delicious street food just like you'll find on the other side of the Rio Grande for scarily similar prices, look no further.
Tacos La Banqueta is the place to go to get your late night taco fix on a weekend. They're open until 4 a.m. on weekends in order to serve post-party patrons what many consider to be the best tacos in Dallas. Variety is key, and they serve several types of meats, including al pastor tacos, chicken tacos, and tripas. Cilantro lovers will rejoice when visiting here, since the tacos are piled high with the stuff!
As the name suggests, this place is known for its burgers, which are charcoal grilled. Del's Charcoal Burgers has been serving happy customers for over 50 years. It is a great place for kids and groups, as it also offers a casual atmosphere with a television and well as outdoor seating. The menu consists of burgers, cheeseburgers and the hot dogs.