Lee Escobedo is a LatinX curator, writer, and artist based in Texas. He has been profiled on NPR and the CW and curated site-specific exhibitions for The Dallas Art Fair, Nasher Sculpture Center, Southern Methodist University, and Piero Galio’s Chalet series. He is the publisher of two award-winning art periodicals and a contributor to Artforum, Terremoto (Mexico City), Berlin Art Link (Berlin), Temporary Art Review, ArtDesk, and Texas Monthly.
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Roots Southern Table
You must eat duck-fat fried chicken at Roots Southern Table in Farmers Branch.
Town Hearth in the Design District encapsulates the "Dallas vibe": a Ducati behind the bar, a large amount of chandeliers, and excellent cuts of steak.
Sandwich Hag is a bánh mì spot in the Cedars neighborhood.
Cattleack in Farmers Branch is the go-to BBQ spot for large groups. It also happens to be BYOB.
Uptown's Las Palmas serves some of the best fajitas in Dallas.
Nalinh Market is a grocery store and restaurant that serves Northern Thai specialities like laab brisket.