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Blame Canada

blindbutcherMS150.jpgPoutine, "the queso of Canada," is popping up all over the city. The duck confit-topped version at The Blind Butcher will run you a cool $21.50 if you swing for the foie gras addition (it also has "a sunny-side-up egg, duck stock gravy and cheese curds"); the dish can also be found at Village Kitchen and Barter. [DMN]

Blind Butcher

1919 Greenville Avenue, , TX 75206 (214) 887-0000 Visit Website

Village Kitchen

33 Highland Park Village, Highland Park, TX 75205 214-522-6035 Visit Website

Barter

3232 McKinney Ave, Dallas, TX 75204 214-754-4744 Visit Website

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