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Sandwiched between a tanning salon and a mattress store in Uptown is Yutaka, where you’ll find some of the highest quality sushi in the city. Go for one of their $15 lunch specials and sit at the sushi bar or get there early for dinner, otherwise you’ll probably wait at least 30 minutes for a table. You can order a la carte, but if you’re celebrating and want something special, call ahead for the omakase.

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The 28 Best Places To Eat & Drink In Dallas

From neighborhood standbys to new-ish restaurants, here’s our pick for the best places to eat and drink in Dallas.

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Commissary is a great spot for lunch downtown, with sandwiches, salads, and pastries.

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Taqueria El Si Hay

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Deep Ellum’s Angry Dog is a dark dive bar with plenty of TVs and bar food, like poutine, fried pickles, and a burger.