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Spiral Diner is a far cry from the Texas-sized, meat heavy dishes you'll find all over most of Dallas. This diner specializes in all things vegan, meaning nothing on the menu is prepared using any meat, meat products or dairy. Despite the restriction on ingredients, the menu features all kinds of American and global-inspired items like meatball subs, quesadillas, pastas and of course salads, amongst many others. Staunch carnivores will even enjoy their food at Spiral Diner, so there's something for everyone.
This 24-hour diner is a hidden gem located just off Central Expressway. Buzzbrews' bottomless coffee and inventive menu keeps this small restaurant packed. The interior gives off a funky vibe with a retro counter and pop-art covered walls. Breakfast is served around-the-clock with items like banana nut pancakes and the Hare Krishna – an egg-white omelet with avocados, cheese and cilantro. Lunch and dinner fare is also available, much of it with a south-of-the-border flare. Vegetarian options are abundant and free Wifi access is available.
Located in the nostalgic Snider Plaza, this 1950s corner cafe, Peggy Sue BBQ is a perfect setting for a plate of Texas barbecue. Texana art and photography line the walls. Comfortable booths and rustic decor make this place feel like an old Texas diner, which it is. Menu favorites include the Peggy Sue Pulled Pork sandwich, the fresh "Homemade Fixins" salad, and the palate-pleasing Fried Apricot or Chocolate Pie. On cold days, the place is packed with people ordering the Chicken Vegetable Soup.
Bring your Mom here so she can replicate some of the incredible, home-cooked dishes served here daily! If you come here more than once, you'll notice more regulars than at any other place in Dallas. Specialties include the Chicken Fried Steak ("smothered steak" to those who didn't grow up in the South!) and the excellent, tender Pot Roast. Hot, flaky biscuits are served with most meals and the chocolate cream pie is among the finest ever made.