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A homey neighborhood joint with a huge Tex-Mex and Taxco-Mex menu that's found quite a following, and with good reason. For starters--along with the usual chips and salsa--comes a steaming cup of delicious, beer-spiked bean soup. The Mex-Mex items are the most interesting: A huge portion of lean pork guisado was rendered extra-spicy with lots of red pepper flakes, and the snapper veracruzano was rich with mushrooms, cilantro and diced garlic, though the fish was slightly overcooked. Wash away the fire with a fruity imported Mexican soda. Casa Navarro's sopapillas have to be the biggest, most billowy specimens in Dallas. Don't miss them.
If you love rock music and hangin out with friends, while eating good food.....this is the place. It's location(next to verizon wireless and rocbar) along with it's rocked out staff give this place a genuine feel to it. They occasionally host shows as well! I saw Saving Abel there a few months back.
We know at least one managing editor around these parts who doesn't dig Casa Navarro, which works for us; one less person crowding up the joint, which gets more and more packed 12 years after Blanca Navarro moved from downtown El Taxco up to Northwest Dallas, where this place has since become a fixture in a strip mall known for its discount, well, everything. Funny thing is, we didn't realize how popular the place was till two Yankees--which is to say, two guys we know who live in... More »
When I moved to Dallas at the age of 10, we lived way up north at the edge of town, near Forest Lane. Back then, you could catch crawdads and find fossils in the fields by Marsh Lane, LBJ was just a ditch, and Addison wasn't even a gleam in a... More »
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