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Sassetta

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1671 Hi Line Dr. Suite 390, Dallas
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Inside Town Hearth there are 500 chandeliers, a yellow submarine in a fish tank, and a $75,000 Ducati, which all happen to also be on our list of “things we’d own if we were billionaires.” And while you don’t have to be on a Forbes list to eat here, you should be prepared to spend some money. Get a few appetizers, like the hamachi crudo and oysters Rockefeller, and a steak to share. If you’re lucky enough to be using your corporate card, the Battle Axe, a 90-day-aged bone-in ribeye, is a good choice.

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