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Dugg Burger

Restaurant in Dallas

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The food at Dugg Burger is "very fresh" and "very good!". "Build it like you like it". Their "burger" is "perfectly cooked" with "the toppings" that are "fresh". They served their fries "nice and crispy" and you will also "liked the seasoned salt on them as well". You will "like how the burger had been "dugg" out to make room for all" of the "toppings". You will "especially liked the onion strings and honey mustard". Also, "they cook the burgers fresh, so be prepared to wait a good ten minutes before you get your food". The "ambience reminds" some of the "San Diego's scene". This place is a "great scene for tasty Burgers" with a "service" that is "very kind and attentive". Also, this is a "nice place to meet and catch up with family".

(214) 584-6261

Good Local Markets (Lakewood Village)

Farmers Market in Dallas

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Good Local Markets is dedicated to showcasing all local produce, meats and eggs, bread and pastries, pickles, jams and specialty foods as well as local artisans with clothes, soaps, and more. Good Local staff also visit each farm and ranch, making sure that what is being sold at the market is grown locally. You will "really" enjoy buying at this market. You can also "DOUBLE THE VALUE of SNAP Dollars at the farmers market". "Anyone with Lonestar cards/EBT benefits can get their dollars matched up to $20 in additional free funds for fresh produce". They also accept "cash and card!" You can also check out their social media page and website for more updates. This Good Local Market is located at 6434 E Mockingbird Ln.

Good Local Markets (White Rock)

Farmers Market in Dallas

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Good Local Markets hosts the White Rock Farmers Market in the parking lot of Lake Point Church, 9150 Garland Rd. This is a recurring market and the market includes up to 50 vendors selling locally grown food and goods. Also, Good Local staff visits each farm and ranch. This is to make sure that what is being sold at the market is grown locally. "Tasty blueberries, garlic wands, honey sticks, tomatoes; people watching, dog watching, flower power, chalk drawing, egg longing, coop hoping, quiche eating, coffee-sipping FUN!" With "many different items to choose from", it is a"great way to support small businesses". Also, "always loving the feel-good vibes too!"

(781) 223-0655

Humble Pies

Artisan Food Producer in Dallas

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Another pie shop in the city! Simply old fashion classic pies they make; with a price tag equaling to the well known artisan pies of this city. Humble Pies is quite cozy but very inviting. Their pie selections are extensive and they are using only the “freshest ingredients!” Whether you want a slice or the whole pie, they have a wide selection of flavors for you like the best sellers - “Chocolate Cream Pie, Coconut Cream Pie, and Buttermilk Chess”. The crust is tick and flaky and the pie itself was heavenly. The establishment was nice and the customer service was spot on. You can sit and enjoy or take it to go. They have a parking lot that is shared by the shopping stop in which it is located but it has plenty of parking available.

(214) 458-9039

Natural Grocers – Dallas – Garland

Store in Dallas

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"There is a lot to learn about the supplements that are sold in the store". "Other stores in the Dallas area are lacking when it comes to the freshness of their produce". Yes, "they have fresh produce" and "they have the best prices on pastured eggs and a variety of great organic produce". And, their "granola aisle or bulk bagged goods section" has a "very good quality at a reasonable price". "Great staff and good prices, plus they have kombucha on tap". Also, "the interior decor is unified, but you can tell there's a bit of a quirky mind behind it all". "They even have a little reading section!"  

(214) 321-4777

Swedish Sisters Bakery

Bakery in Dallas

You’re in for unique treats at the Swedish Sisters Bakery.  It’s like going on a trip to the Scandinavian region, though a bite of their specially made Swedish bread and desserts.  School yourself with Swedish food terms and indulge in their authentic flavor.  Some of their baked goods include the Semlor or Swedish cream buns, the Lussekatt or Swedish saffron buns and even the Kanelbullar, or Swedish cinnamon rolls!  And have you got a lot to try in their line up as “the sisters are always adding to their menu!”

(214) 328-8109

Yims Foods

Artisan Food Producer in Dallas

Located in Dallas, Texas, Yims Foods offer artisan pickled vegetables, preserved fruits, jams, and jellies. All items are made in small batches with “special attention to detail” and quality in The Mix commercial kitchen. They serves the customer with the best products and work to support local farms and celebrate food traditions while doing it. Their products are tested for “Food Safety, Shelf-life durability, and safe Acidified Product pH” through a professional testing facility, and approved by Texas Food Process Authority. Yims Foods enjoy working and supporting local businesses, knowing that they appreciate the quality products they bring. As a local business, they love the connection they all have with each other, and the consumers appreciate the partnerships.
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