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Lobster shooters at Abacus restaurant in Dallas
Lobster shooters at Abacus have stayed on the menu since 1999. Photo courtesy of Abacus
Brisket at Pecan Lodge in Dallas
The brisket that made Pecan Lodge famous. Photo by Tadd Myers
Popover, Zodiac Room, Neiman Marcus Downtown
Popovers are still complimentary at The Zodiac restaurant at Neiman Marcus Downtown. Photo courtesy of Lisa Crossett
Mushroom soup at The Grape restaurant in Dallas
Current chef-owner Brian Luscher embraces the mushroom soup at The Grape, even if it's not his recipe. Photo courtesy of The Grape
Cheeseburger at Maple & Motor restaurant in Dallas
A cheeseburger at Maple & Motor with bacon and griddled jalapeños. Photo by Melisa Ambers
Tortilla soup from Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek
The presentation may be a little different, but the tortilla soup remains the same at the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek. Photo courtesy of the Mansion on Turtle Creek Cookbook
Cowboy rib-eye at Stephan Pyles
Stephan Pyles first created the "unabashedly Texan" cowboy ribeye for Star Canyon in 1994. Photo courtesy of Stephan Pyles
Soba noodles at Tei An restaurant in Dallas
Soba noodles are made onsite at Tei-An in One Arts Plaza. Photo by Brad Murano