Local Texas Food Businesses in ZIP Code 75208

Discover local Texas food businesses in ZIP Code 75208

18 Results found. Showing 1 to 18

Azucar Ice Cream Company

Artisan Food Producer in Dallas

Hot and tropical climate is the perfect excuse to have an ice cream from Azucar Ice Cream Company! It is an “ice cream and sorbet boutique” located in Dallas Texas. The concept of the store came out of the love for the owner’s abuela (grand mother) who has the passion for ice cream and admiration for Miami's little Havana neighborhood and what it represents. They use the “highest quality, all natural ingredients” and a desire to bring smiles to friends faces. Whenever possible, they use locally grown, seasonal fruits and vegetables from “South Florida farmer's markets” and red land, Florida growers. Azucar Ice Cream Company makes ice cream and sorbet flavors daily, continuing to challenge their creativity with new tropical flavors and striving to bring delight to their client's faces.

(469) 872-0090

Be SpicedNo Own Retail Location

Artisan Food Producer in Dallas

Celebrate Life, Food and All Things Spice! Be Spiced offers unique homemade “heirloom spices and spice products” that are freshly made in small batches. Creator of Be Spiced, Sapna Punjabi-Gupta is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and an Ayurvedic Practitioner believes in the healing power of food and spices and the profound effects they have on our body, mind and soul. She offers easy and practical lifestyle tips, cooking tutorials, healthy recipes, food and spice adventures by Integrating western nutritional science with ancient wisdom of Ayurveda to provide practical health and wellness offerings for modern well-being. She is spreading the message of vegetarian nutrition and Ayurveda through interactive cooking workshops, wellness talks and her line of heirloom spice products - Be spiced.

(214) 616-8592

Bishop Cider Co

Cidery in Dallas

The founders of Bishop Cider were in a bind. They liked cider, but the commercial brands they tasted were awful. That led them to make their own cider at home and eventually putting up their own cider company. Joel and Laura Malone, the company’s founders, promise that their ciders are “gluten-free, vegan-friendly, and made by Texans”. They promise not to add sugar to their ciders, too – not even honey. "Their innovative flavors and creatively tasteful artwork makes Bishop Cider Co a force to be reckoned with in the world of ciders." Also, their cidery offers a live music stage, 12 ciders on tap, and a free tour every Saturday at 12:30pm. Their Tasting Room also sells cider flights of six different ciders and is walking distance from many of Dallas' best restaurants. Call them to inquire on group visits or with any questions!

(214) 364-7728

Cheese and Chutney

Store in Dallas

Cheese and Chutney offers a delicious domestic and imported cheeses and charcuteries, delectable accompaniments, and a wine and beer bottle shop. They have a wide range of over “50 domestic and imported cheeses,” charcuteries and chutney pairings. True to its name, Cheese and Chutney carry an “extensive line of chutneys and mustards” lovingly selected to pair with their cheeses and charcuteries, as well as an array of olives, crackers, oils, vinegars, tapenades, dried fruit and much more. They cut-to-order any size from a single sliver to hearty wedges for a party. From gorgeous cheeseboards for pick up to grazing table and Cheese Wheel Cake installations in your venue, Cheese and Chutney aim to delight your palate and make a celebration out of every meal.

(469) 917-7318

Cooper’s Meat Market (Dallas)

Butcher in Dallas

Cooper’s Meat Market and Kitchen in Dallas is the second location of this family-owned San Antonio business. A purveyor of the finest meats to connoisseur, it bills itself a “custom meat market and steakhouse” that offers prepared food to go, retail shopping, catering and delivery. This location in Dallas is a large establishment with a lot of empty space. Beyond the entry is a glass room where the butcher “cuts meat to order.” Around the corner is the 50-seat dining room, and toward the back are refrigerators “full of prepared food” line one wall. They also have a retail space with some spices, jarred items and a whole lot of Yeti coolers for sale.

(214) 200-4128

Cox Farms Market – Dallas

Store in Dallas

Cox Farms Market - Dallas has "the best produce". This family-owned retailer of natural & organic foods & produce also sells nutritional supplements. This is their second location which is found at Fort Worth Avenue in Dallas, Texas. It's a small store that stocks only high-quality products. If you need some simple and organic groceries then you don't have to deal with searching through endless supermarket aisles, this store is the place for you. Beautiful and fresh produce is available the whole year round and the place has been hailed as being "Just the right size" for all of your naturally grown product needs.

(214) 748-8851

Cultivar Coffee Bar and Roaster (Oak Cliff)

Artisan Food Producer in Dallas

Cultivar Coffee Bar and Roaster is a local coffee shop and roaster that has 3 branches in Texas: Denton, Oak Cliff, and East Dallas. All these branches offer a variety of single-origin and micro-lot coffees, emphasizing on sustainably-sourced and high-quality beans. These roasters have been roasting in Dallas since 2009 and they've quickly reaped awards from D Magazine and the Dallas Observer for having the best coffee in the city. A couple of years later, the one in Oak Cliff was established. It's located right at the historic Jefferson Tower. It's an "awesome" coffee shop with "great people, coffee, and service." You're also gonna "love their coffee and pastries" here. Top it with the beautiful scenery and it's easy to become "a favorite" spot to hang out.

(972) 982-0719

Dude, Sweet Chocolate

Artisan Food Producer in Dallas

Dude, Sweet Chocolate offers a wide assortment of sweet treats with all the "interesting and unusual flavors."  Some of the definite must-tries are the Crack In A Box, Chubby Nuts, the large selection of dark chocolates, as well as the Whistle Pig, a great flavor fusion of chocolate and whiskey.  Other specialty items include the hot choco powder, soft-serve sundae, and other sweet and tasty gift options.

(214) 943-5943

Eno’s Pizza Tavern (Oak Cliff)

Restaurant in Dallas

Eno’s Pizza Tavern (Oak Cliff) is located in the heart of the up and coming Bishop arts district. The restaurant has great natural lighting and a pleasant atmosphere. Eno's lives up to the ideals of the place with live music and it has an amazing upstairs bar.  The servers are amazing and the pizza is out of this world. You can find interesting flavor combinations on their Pizzas.  People love the thin crust and it has a nice snap to it. They also have gluten-free options that taste just as good as their regular crusts.In the mood for pizza? Head down to Eno's Pizza Tavern (Oak Cliff) for some of the most satisfying farm-to-table pizzas in Dallas.

(214) 943-9200

Five Mile Chocolate

Artisan Food Producer in Dallas

With roots in coffee and the sweeter side of the culinary world, Five Mile Chocolate was created by the idea of building “craft chocolate in Dallas,” not only as an opportunity for creation, but as an invitation to join an economy of good work. Their chocolate bars are made from the bean with the only two things needed for great chocolate – “75% cacao and 25% organic sugar.” These are carefully handcrafted, made in small batches with chocolate from all over the world. And don’t worry, these beans are sourced from sustainable farms at prices well above commodity and Fair Trade prices.

(214) 929-6752


Restaurant in Dallas

Lucia is tucked inside a historic building in the Bishop Arts District. Lucia serves dinner Tuesday through Saturday featuring a constantly changing menu that changes with the seasons. A reservation is a must if you want to secure a spot as the restaurant is small, having only 14 tables. Most guests who have been at Lucia may say that this restaurant is for "adventurous eaters" as you will taste a lot of "unique" dishes for the "first time" exclusively at Lucia. For instance, their appetizer "oysters with horseradish mignonette", entree "risotto with celery root and foie grass", and dessert "olive oil cake with prune jam and burnt cinnamon gelato" are all creatively crafted.

(214) 948-4998

Macellaio Dallas

Restaurant in Dallas

Located in Bishop Arts District, Macellaio Dallas is a restaurant devoted to "charcuterie" and "cured meats". It boasts a "vibrant" and "spacious" dining area, and a bar area that seats up to 19 people. This restaurant's interior is furnished with warm wooden tables and chairs that provide a "cozy" feel. It offers an extensive selection of salumi, including cooked & fermented dried sausages, dry-cured whole muscle, and more. On top of that, it also serves snacks like "crispy artichokes", salads like "Texas tomato salad", seafood like "Atlantic oysters", entrees like "wagyu bone-in ribeye", and sweets like "basque cheesecake".

(972) 685-9150

Oak Cliff Coffee Roasters

Artisan Food Producer in Dallas

Oak Cliff Coffee Roasters is a local micro-roaster in Dallas that strive to serve the freshest and highest quality coffee possible. They want to connect and contribute in the community and have concern for the farmers across the globe that provides “excellent products”. It's not just about what you consume, but also what you create. When you choose their coffee, you choose to support our farmers and employees who have both committed themselves to delivering an exceptional product. They also have few subscription packages that can satisfy any household's need for fresh coffee. You can pick which coffee you receive, or let them surprise you with our seasonal favorites!

(214) 929-6752


Restaurant in Dallas

"Very few restaurants are unique". Some "offer the same types of food you’d expect with a bit of surprise here and there". "But not so at Salaryman". "Cozy is their setting". "Impeccable is their non-hurried service". "Precious are their attention to details". "The menu here is impressive". They offer "creative and innovative courses". "Delectable are their signature dishes". These include "a perfectly grilled chicken", like the "Yakitori". They also have the flavorful "Chintan Ramen". Their "ramen is brilliant". It is "flavorful, like what you would expect from a chef of this caliber"."Here, what is thought to be ordinary becomes the unexpected". Because, "what was initially a small meal quickly become a well rounded dinner" here. So, "if you haven't been here yet, do yourself a favor and GO NOW!"

(214) 364-8902

Stock & Barrel

Restaurant in Dallas

Stock & Barrel boasts a "spacious indoor space", a rustic dog-friendly patio, and an "open kitchen" with a few counter seats ideal for guests who wish to see the action in the kitchen being situated in the "main drag" on West Davis Street. This restaurant serves dinner Tuesday through Saturday, and brunch on a Sunday. The most popular items off their menu are the "wagyu meatloaf", "toffee croissant french toast", and "blue crab benedict". The dessert "toffee bread pudding" is the best way to end your dining experience. A selection of locally crafted beers, American whiskeys, crafted cocktails, and exquisite wines are also available.

(214) 888-0150

The Manhattan Project Beer Company

Craft Brewery in Dallas

The Manhattan Project Beer Company’s name is a nod to the scientific way the brewery’s founders create their beers. Of course, the brewery’s name also makes for cool beer names. Consider Particles Collide (a Hazy IPA), Atomic Alliance (a piña colada IPA), and their infamous Bikini Atoll (a Gose).The most fascinating thing about The Manhattan Project Beer Company besides their delicious beers, however, is how the founders upended everyone’s business plan. The founders essentially proved that one didn’t need a taproom or own a brewery to succeed in the brewery business. Their story started with a brew created for a wedding, which led to a win at a homebrewing competition, and finally culminated in their “renting brewing space like a room on Airbnb”. Since those early days in 2016, founders Misty Sanford, Karl Sanford, and Jeremy Brodt have enjoyed a cult-like following. They’re expecting to open their taproom in late 2019.

(972) 591-7058

Tribal All Day Cafe

Restaurant in Dallas

Tribal All Day Cafe collaborates with local farmers and artisans to achieve its mission to nourish the community and they are committed to preparing healthy food using authentic ingredients. This cafe believes that food shouldn't just taste good, it is supposed to make you feel good too. From eggs and cheeses to vegetables and fruits, each and every ingredient used in their dishes is locally grown, sourced, and produced. In this cafe, you can find "dragon fruit smoothie", "pesto sandwich", "bean and rice wrap" and more healthy flavors. Whether you're looking for gluten-free, or perhaps you may be vegan or non-vegan, Tribal All Dat Cafe has something for you.

(469) 776-8003

Tyler Street Market

Farmers Market in Dallas

Tyler Street Market, a weekly Oak Cliff farmers market held on West 9th Street between Tyler and North Polk. You can check out their main page, Good Local Markets, for more information about the Tyler Street Market and our other markets. The website is https://www.goodlocalmarket.org/ "for the most up to date info!" You will be "looking forward to a great local season" once you visit the market. You will also "find locally grown fruits and vegetables, honey, meats and cheese, eggs, baked treats, arts and crafts, music, friendly people and overall the best that Dallas has to offer".

(214) 379-7097

In the Area

Nearby ZIPs