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Becerra’s Tamales at Saint Michael’s Farmers Market

Store in Dallas

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Becerra’s Tamales at St. Michael’s Farmers Market was originally established in 1963 and now owned and managed by Chef Victor Valdez. Becerra's Tamales was named after Victor’s grandparents who originally owned the tamales-making business. As a young child, Victor learned the recipes handed down by his grandparents while helping at their business, eventually perfecting and innovating on the recipes, and turning his business into the success that it is today. Social media review sites are filled with rave reviews for Victor’s award-winning tamales and salsas, with reviewers trying to outdo each other and almost unanimously agreeing his products are the best they’ve ever tasted. Aside from his regular Saturday presence at the farmers market, Victor maintains a storefront in Fort Worth open only on Fridays from 11am-5pm for pickup of orders. Check out his social media presence for other special appearances via popup stores.

(214) 454-8952

Grain Restaurant

Restaurant in Dallas

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Located at Hilton Dallas Park Cities, Grain Restaurant is a "farm-to-table" dining destination inspired by Texas hospitality and the American spirit. This place is equipped with an "intimate" indoor dining space, a "relaxing", covered outdoor patio, an "exquisite" full bar & lounge, and private dining rooms. It is dedicated to incorporating locally-sourced ingredients to consistently produce "exceptional" food. The menu features "exciting" dishes, from "garden salad" and "cuban reuben sandwich" to "blue crab mac and cheese" and "Texas-raised wagyu beef". The bar features handcrafted, "creative" cocktails, an assortment of draft beers, a curated wine list, and a selection of full bar offerings.

(214) 368-0400

Saint Michael’s Farmers Market

Farmers Market in Dallas

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  A quick survey of Saint Michael’s Farmers Market’s reputation on the web should convince you to try this North Dallas farmers market. Established in 2012 by the Saint Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church, the farmers market is a non-profit community outreach ministry of the church. Held at the church’s north parking lot, it opens seasonally from April to September every Saturday (8:00am to 12:00pm). The market won Dallas’ Best Neighborhood Farmers market in 2017 by DMagazine. It also has good reviews on review sites, social media, and blogs. They have over 30 vendors each Saturday, making them one of the larger farmers markets in Dallas. In addition, the market also provides exercise classes and live entertainment each week. Tip: Check out their website for a complete list of participating vendors each week. “It is undoubtedly the best farmers market (in) the Metroplex!” – Facebook fan

(214) 363-5471

Sevy’s Grill

Restaurant in Dallas

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Since 1997, Sevy's Grill, a family-owned, farm-to-table restaurant, has been offering an extensive food and beverage program, professional service, and complimentary valet in a "welcoming" and "elegant" atmosphere. It prides itself on passionately cooking in its Aztek Grill fueled by genuine hickory wood to add that distinct flavor of the natural kiss of live fire. Serving lunch and dinner, the menu features starters like "grilled beef tenderloin skewers", salads like "iceberg wedge and blue", veggies like "angel hair pasta with fresh spinach", seafood dishes like "Texas gulf shrimp and grits", meat specialties like "smoked bacon wrapped bandera quail", and desserts like "three citrus pie". It also offers a kid's menu, bar menu, and a wide assortment of wines.

(214) 265-7389