This is an eclectic, casual approach to sophisticated dining. Located in a 1950s building in the Bishop Arts District in ... More
This is an eclectic, casual approach to sophisticated dining. Located in a 1950s building in the Bishop Arts District in North Oak Cliff, patrons are surrounded by memorabilia from the 1930s,'40s and '50s. The American cuisine adds a touch of modern-day taste and savoir faire. A favorite of area office workers, the unique blend of old and new provides an unusual oasis from the doldrums. Selections revolve around fish and seafood, although there are beef and chicken dishes. Choose from Baby Back ribs with Oriental cole slaw and barbecue sauce, Blackened Catfish, Grilled Trout, Salmon and marinated Chicken with lime and cilantro.
We just can't make ourselves go anywhere else! No waiting for a table. Hosts that greet you with a smile. Specials that keep you from ever getting bored with the food, even though I could have the pork chop every week and still be happy. Sauces, marinades, herb blends that become the dinner conversation. And all this is less than $20 per person.
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