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5811 Blackwell St, Dallas
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Henk’s has been around for over 50 years and is owned and operated by the sons and daughter of its Dutch immigrant founder. It offers great Bavarian baked goods and German sausages (a rarity in Dallas) and Henk’s daughter, Hanneke, is one of the best waitresses in the city. Trust her recommendations on your sides, especially if there’s a soup of the day. There’s no better brunch option on Saturdays for beer drinkers, as the cafe has beer taps from mostly European breweries to pair with schnitzel or sausages.

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