The Eater 38 has returned, newly updated just in time for the most beautiful months of the year. For the uninitiated, this is a map intended to help answer that age-old question, “Can you recommend a restaurant…?”

Dallas’ restaurant scene’s growth is still explosive, and as such, there’s more options than ever for the city’s diners. The Eater 38 includes restaurants across a variety of cuisines, price points, and settings, all of which serve up consistently solid fare.

This month’s update brings the arrival of both old and new favorites, including Nick Badovinus’ flashy Town Hearth, and vegan institution Spiral Diner. As always, we must say goodbye to some favorite spots — this time around, Nonna, Our Place, and The Slow Bone are dropping off the Eater 38.

6 Cattleack Barbeque
After a brief closure and a massive remodel, Cattleack Barbeque is better than ever. The new space features more space in which you can chow down on that killer brisket and sausage, along with a patio with picnic table seating. Be prepared to stand in line – there’s free beer! – and don’t forget that Cattleack is only open Thursday & Friday from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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