This Dallas destination churns out a hodgepodge of comfort foods — think flatbreads, sushi and more. The shareable plates are worth a gander, especially the creamy queso with a distinctly Texan accent. This version is made with 12-hour smoked brisket and slow-roasted poblano peppers, tomatoes and onions that are mixed into a blend of three different cheeses, then slicked with a squirt of BBQ sauce and finished with a flurry of green onions. Warm tortilla chips are perfect for dunking into the hearty dip.
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