Leslie Brenner reviewed Remedy: She proclaims it Lower Greenville's "most glamorous spot," and declares that "beverage director Máté Hartai has created some of the most thoughtful [drinks] in town." When it comes to the food, she finds the menu hit or miss: Standouts include the "terrific" burger served "on a soft and glistening challah bun slathered with creamy mustard sauce" and the "uncannily fabulous" housemade bologna sandwich. Fried chicken is "very good," though not memorable, and "a banal Cobb salad" and a BLT overwhelmed by "a lot of sweet chow-chow and cream cheese" were misses. Dessert-wise, her favorite pies were the coconut cream and lemon. Two stars. [Dallas Morning News]
Scott Reitz visited Herrera's: After umpteenth relocations, this Tex-Mex staple just "keeps getting better" (it's now located "just across the Trinity River on Sylvan Avenue"). Reitz says "the sour cream enchiladas are among the best in the city," and other standouts include the chili-cheese enchiladas, fajitas, and the porky bean soup that comes gratis. [Dallas Observer]
ELSEWHERE: City of Ate tried brunch at Eureka! and dessert at Braindead Brewing; the Star-Telegram reviewed Fort Worth's only Ethiopian restaurant; Daniel Vaughn found confit burgres at Chuck's Bar-B-Q and Burgers in Evadale.