In Dallas the Houfbrau is good for moderately priced steaks. I’m new to Dallas, but I though Pappas Bros. was great, but expensive. D Magazine gives their highest rating to Bob’s and Sullivan’s for steakhouses (haven t tried them yet).
BBQ: Sonny Bryans (Inwood location ONLY!)
Also very good BBQ: Bakers Ribs (Greenville Ave. location ONLY!)
Steak: Capital Grille in the Crescent.
Some Roadfood spots in NYC:
Difara’s Pizza, Midwood Brooklyn
Katz’s Deli, Lower East Side Manhattan
Russ and Daughters, Lower East Side Manhattan
Sripapai- Thai Food, Queens
Jackson Diner- Indian Food, Queens
Catene Deli- Park Slope, Brooklyn
Difonte’s Sandwich Shop- Red Hook, Brooklyn
Bonnie’s Grill- Great spice rubbed burgers- Park Slope, Brooklyn
Enjoy and please report back- frankbooth
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My personal favorite place in NY that, in my opinion, can be considered "roadfood worthy" is Katz’s Deli. I think there is no better sandwich on earth than their hand-cut pastrami on rye. Whether or not you consider it reasonably priced is subjective. One the one hand, $11.75 for a sandwich can be considered expensive by anyone’s standards. On the other hand, you can pay $400 for a dinner at Per Se that might leave you hungry. It’s all relative.
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It’s Sonny Bryan’s on Inwood Rd.
In Dallas for tex-mex…Blue Goose on Lower Greenville ave…for steak the Houfbrau(texas honky tonk atmosphere and not real expensive) in the West End and bbq..Sonny Bryant on Indwood rd
What are the three best options in dallas for tex-mex, bbq, and steak?
What is the most reasonably priced roadfood-worthy restaurant in nyc?
dallas and nyc
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