DELICIOUS: Gloria’s

Gloria Rubio and Jose Fuentes introduced much of Dallas to Salvadoran food in 1987 when they opened their first restaurant, in Oak Cliff. As Gloria's expanded to Oak Lawn, Greenville Avenue and Addison, many Dallas diners for the first time tried handmade Salvadoran tamales and pupusas stuffed with spicy pork.

THREE MORE SIGNATURE DISHES

1 Tillman’s Roadhouse
With menu items like venison Frito pie, fried pickle cup and breakfast salad, Tillman’s knows how to put an unexpected twist on the usual.
West Seventh & North Bishop
214.942.0988
tillmansroadhouse.com

2 Kavala
This Mediterranean restaurant’s menu has lots of
interesting entrees, but we can’t get past the brick-oven pizza, including a bacon, egg and arugula pie.
West Davis & North Windomere
214.942.8100
kavalagrill.com

3 Don Panza
Argentine pizza and empanadas come in several
varieties. There is a blue cheese and ham empanada, and a pizza with artichoke hearts, egg and crab.
West Clarendon & South Ravinia
214.337.9900
donpanza.com
 



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