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20 Feet Seafood Joint Has Banh Mi and Ramen, Among Other Things

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A maritime theme at 20 Feet.
A maritime theme at 20 Feet.
Photo credit: Stephen Dux/UrbanDaddy

20 Feet Seafood Joint, the long-awaited new East Dallas restaurant from longtime Dallas chef Marc Cassel, is now open on Peavy Road near Goodfriend and Good2Go Taco. D Magazine editor Tim Rogers checked out the new spot and while he failed to find any "narwhal foie gras nachos" (darn), he did find a varied menu that included expected items like clam chowder, mussels, and a New England lobster roll, plus some less expected and more porcine delights like a pork belly banh mi and pork ramen noodles—perhaps a worthy experiment for those eagerly awaiting the arrival of Tanoshi.

According to Rogers, it's an order-at-the-counter affair, and 20 Feet doesn't have a liquor license just yet, so be prepared to teetotal the night away (or head next door to Goodfriend).

· First Take: Marc Cassel's 20 Feet Seafood Joint in East Dallas [SideDish]
· Oysters and Lobster Rolls in East Dallas [UrbanDaddy]
· 12 of the Most Anticipated Winter Openings [-EDFW-]

20 Feet Seafood Joint

1160 Peavy Road, , TX 75218 (972) 707-7442 Visit Website

Goodfriend Beer Garden and Burger House

1154 Peavy Road, Dallas, TX 75218 214-324-3335

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