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No More Crappy Beer; Meso Maya Expands

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UPTOWN—The Common Table is taking a stand against crappy beer. Beginning next week, the Uptown bar will no longer serve mass-produced brews, choosing instead to focus on craft and local selections. Bravo, guys. With so many local breweries popping up, why drink Coors? [Facebook]

WHITE ROCK—The 13th annual White Rock Lake Festival will be held November 10 and 11 and feature nearly a dozen food trucks (including Ssahm BBQ, Crazy Fish and Gandolfo's), live music, a petting zoo, pet adoptions and more. Proceeds go to beautify White Rock Lake Park. Korean tacos, puppies and the lake? Sounds like an ideal weekend. [Eaterwire]

UPTOWN—Well, at least someone's having success serving modern Mexican food—Meso Maya will expand with a second location in the old Luna's Tortilla Factory space on McKinney Avenue. The menu will be the same as the Preston-Forest location and is slated to open by mid-December. [CultureMap Dallas]

Meso Maya

11909 Preston Road, Dallas, TX 75230 469 726 4390

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