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Texas is quickly becoming one of the most interesting dining destinations in the country. From ramen to drive-in cheeseburgers, here's a guide of five of the hottest places to eat in Dallas right now, with Negra Modelo pairings to match.

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Ten Ramen

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Teiichi Sakurai serves arguably the best tonkotsu ramen in Dallas. Be prepared to wait in line at this standing-room-only noodle shop. Try the ramen with a Negra Modelo to sweeten the deeply flavored, soulful broth.

Luscher's Post Oak Red Hots

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Try the “Eye-Talian” wagyu beef sandwich, piled high with pickled peppers, brown mustard, carrots, tomatoes, and onions, at Brian Luscher’s new shop. A Negra Modelo is the perfect accompaniment to the ambitious, delicious sandwich.

Bbq On The Brazos

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Pitmaster and co-owner John Sanford serves luscious fatty brisket out of a gas station in Cresson. A cold Negra Modelo helps cut through the fatty mouthfeel of the beef and bring out the smoke from Sanford’s direct-heat cooking method.

The Slow Bone

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Try the brisket tamal topped with sriracha at Jack Perkins’s new Design District barbecue spot. Each tamal is stuffed with up to a quarte- pound of chopped brisket. Enjoy one with an ice-cold Negra Modelo, to counterbalance the heat from the chiles.

Keller's Drive-In

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Order a No. 5 with bacon for a thick, juicy cheeseburger on a poppy seed bun. Add a side of jalapeños for an added kick and a Negra Modelo for smooth sweetness.

Ten Ramen

Teiichi Sakurai serves arguably the best tonkotsu ramen in Dallas. Be prepared to wait in line at this standing-room-only noodle shop. Try the ramen with a Negra Modelo to sweeten the deeply flavored, soulful broth.

Luscher's Post Oak Red Hots

Try the “Eye-Talian” wagyu beef sandwich, piled high with pickled peppers, brown mustard, carrots, tomatoes, and onions, at Brian Luscher’s new shop. A Negra Modelo is the perfect accompaniment to the ambitious, delicious sandwich.

Bbq On The Brazos

Pitmaster and co-owner John Sanford serves luscious fatty brisket out of a gas station in Cresson. A cold Negra Modelo helps cut through the fatty mouthfeel of the beef and bring out the smoke from Sanford’s direct-heat cooking method.

The Slow Bone

Try the brisket tamal topped with sriracha at Jack Perkins’s new Design District barbecue spot. Each tamal is stuffed with up to a quarte- pound of chopped brisket. Enjoy one with an ice-cold Negra Modelo, to counterbalance the heat from the chiles.

Keller's Drive-In

Order a No. 5 with bacon for a thick, juicy cheeseburger on a poppy seed bun. Add a side of jalapeños for an added kick and a Negra Modelo for smooth sweetness.

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