Liberty Burger – Best Restaurants in Dallas

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This sleek family-owned mini-chain (with five DFW locations) slings out, what many consider, some of the top burgers in town. Almost everything is locally sourced, the buns are baked-in-house and the…  Read More

This sleek family-owned mini-chain (with five DFW locations) slings out, what many consider, some of the top burgers in town. Almost everything is locally sourced, the buns are baked-in-house and the menu sports around a dozen clever combinations (though DIY creations are also encouraged). And it’s not only the succulent beef patties (fashioned from a blend of grass-fed tenderloin, brisket and chuck) that take a staring role, diners can also sink their teeth into patties made of bison, lamb, turkey, veggie and even ahi tuna. Fans rave about the Napa burger, a salty-peppery combination of gorgonzola, arugula and green olives. But it’s hard to dismiss the Jacki O, a Greek-inspired combo with lamb, feta cheese,

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Best restaurants in Peterborough – six hidden gems you simply have to visit

When it comes to restaurants, there’s nothing quite as satisfying as finding a hidden gem.

In Peterborough, there are dozens of eateries tucked away that rarely get the recognition they deserve.

Whether you’re in the mood for hearty Italian cuisine, an exquisite curry or something more exotic, there’s a whole host of places to choose from once lockdown rules allow it.

You can also head for your traditional Saturday morning fry-up or a delicious Sunday roast.

While we can’t visit them at the moment due to the coronavirus restrictions, here are the six restaurants you simply must head to when it’s safe to do so.

1. Sunny Cafe

The fry-up at Sunny Cafe

This place is a step above your basic greasy spoon breakfast eatery.

After reviewing it in our hunt for the best breakfast in Cambridgeshire, it ranked pretty

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The 38 best restaurants in Chicago

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As of mid-January, Chicago appears perched to see the return of indoor dining, but health experts are moving slowly, worried about factors including a new COVID-19 variant that arrived in Chicago earlier in the month. Restaurants will continue to offer creative takeout offerings as Chicago Public Health Commissioner Dr. Allison Arwady says, ordering takeout and tipping generously are some of the best ways to support the industry while indoor dining remains suspended.

With all these factors in mind, it’s time for the Eater 38 to receive its first update for 2021. For January, four restaurants were added — a Logan Square landmark, a bakery from an acclaimed pastry chef, a Chicago stalwart for car dining, and a Michelin-starred sushi restaurant.

Have tips or suggestions for the Eater 38? Send them to the Chicago tipline. And head here for a guide

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The Best Restaurant Meals Montreal Food Writers, Photographers, and Fans Ate in 2020

As is tradition at Eater, we close the year by asking a group of food writers, bloggers, and others about town to weigh in on the year in food. Their answers — unedited (except for grammar) and in no particular order — will be revealed in several posts by the time the clock runs out on 2020. Here, they share memories of their best meal of the year.



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Joanna Fox, food writer, and associate editor at ELLE Canada: For the brief moment restaurants were open this year, I went to Joe Beef one beautiful September night to celebrate my ten-year anniversary with my partner. We sat in the idyllic garden, surrounded by twinkling fairy lights. Chef Gabriel Drapeau’s food was exquisite, wine director Max Campbell’s recommendations were spot on, and the service was flawless. It was enough to forget about the pandemic — if just for

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