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$1 Sandwiches At Dallas Grilled Cheese Company; Taqueria La Ventana Opens At The Farmers Market

Plus, coffee & beignets worth waiting in line at Haute Sweets Patisserie.

OAK CLIFF – Dallas Grilled Cheese Company has officially been serving up sandwiches for one year, and that’s a reason to party. In celebration of their one year "cheesiversary," the Bishop Arts sandwich shop will serve up classic grilled cheese sandwiches (dine-in only) and $1 Deep Ellum draughts from open until close on Tuesday, January 19. [EaterWire]

DOWNTOWN – The Market at Dallas Farmers Market is continuing to roll out its more than twelve eateries, the latest of which will be Taqueria La Ventana. The third outpost of the taco stand will open for business on Friday, January 19, serving breakfast lunch and dinner. Notably, elotes will be freshly made with corn purchased from farmers at The Shed next door. [SideDish]

LAKE HIGHLANDS – If you haven’t made it to Haute Sweets Patisserie for their monthly coffee and beignets on a lazy Saturday afternoon, now’s your chance. Haute Sweets Patisserie will open their doors at 10 am this Saturday to serve up New Orleans-style beignets, coffee, and candied bacon on the side. While you wait in line, (and there will definitely be a line) you can sip on hot chocolate with handmade marshmallows. Pro-tip: the line starts forming around 9:30, so you’ll want to get there early. [EaterWire]

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