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SPONSORED: The Unexpected Cuisines that Pair Perfectly with Negra Modelo

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We've certainly enjoyed our fair share of the Negra Modelo and taco duo. But don't forget that Negra Modelo is one incredibly versatile beer. Thanks to its amber quality and deep caramel malt flavor, it is the perfect complement to all kinds of cuisines. See where you can sip on a bottle of this superior lager and enjoy delicious dishes—for any mood.

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Cafe Izmir

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This small, neighborhood tapas restaurant on Lower Greenville has served up home-cooked Mediterranean fare since 1996. The freshly made hummus is the real standout and pairs perfectly with the live Spanish guitar music on weekends and a chilled Negra Modelo.

Reata Restaurant

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When compiling a list of authentically Texan restaurants, Reata—with locations in Alpine and Fort Worth—should probably be number one. Spanning four stories and over 20,000 square feet, you can bet there’s never a shortage of Negra Modelo to accompany their trademark chicken fried steak or carne asada.

eatZi's Market & Bakery

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With four locations across the Dallas/Ft. Worth metropolitan area, this European-style market-meets-bakery is a must for those seeking a glorious array of freshly prepared foods. Grab a Negra Modelo and peruse the counter at Eatzi’s, but definitely try the signature famous fried chicken or catfish with hushpuppies.

A F + B Fort Worth

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The increasingly hip West Seventh district has added a stellar new dining option in the handsomely rustic AF + B from former Bolsa chef Jeff Harris. Sit down, soak in the interiors, pop open a Negra Modelo, and indulge in some chorizo scotch eggs followed by the inimitable duck pot pie.

Lonesome Dove Western Bistro

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Famed Texas chef and TV personality Tim Love opened his restaurant in 2000 and his beloved Urban Western cuisine has quickly ascended to the top of the Fort Worth dining scene. Before indulging on the Rocky Mountain elk, start with the rabbit-rattlesnake sausage and an ice-cold Negra Modelo.

Shell Shack

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If you’re a craving a crab boil and a refreshing Negra Modelo, head down to The Shell Shack. One of the only crab shacks in town, don't miss the Dungeness. Be sure to grab plenty of napkins as this seafood spot stays open until 2:00AM.

Olivella's

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This old school establishment prides itself on a classic recipe from Naples, the birthplace of pizza. Skip the menu and go straight for some Negra Modelo and “The Dream,” a Neapolitan delight topped with house-made mozzarella, gorgonzola, tomato sauce, chicken, pancetta and jalapeños.

Stackhouse Burgers

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With stunning views and perfectly assembled burgers to match, Stackhouse is the ideal venue to kick back with a few Negra Modelos, a delicious burger, and the always essential chili cheese fries.

Rodeo Goat Icehouse

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After a quick perusal of the menu at Rodeo Goat—the beloved Fort Worth burger establishment—it’s impossible not to notice the immediate standouts. Choose between the nanny goat, casa oaxaca, or the whiskey burger. Bring some friends so you can sneak a taste of all three.

Pepe & Mito's Mexican Cafe

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There’s no better way to spend a weekend in Dallas than treating yourself to authentic Tex-Mex cuisine, freshly chilled Negra Modelos, and the sweet sound of accompanying mariachi music. Pepe’s & Mito’s serves some of the best homemade tortillas in the entire city—an especially suitable base for the delicious tacos norteños—making this Dallas establishment a solid choice for a night on the tow

Cafe Izmir

This small, neighborhood tapas restaurant on Lower Greenville has served up home-cooked Mediterranean fare since 1996. The freshly made hummus is the real standout and pairs perfectly with the live Spanish guitar music on weekends and a chilled Negra Modelo.

Reata Restaurant

When compiling a list of authentically Texan restaurants, Reata—with locations in Alpine and Fort Worth—should probably be number one. Spanning four stories and over 20,000 square feet, you can bet there’s never a shortage of Negra Modelo to accompany their trademark chicken fried steak or carne asada.

eatZi's Market & Bakery

With four locations across the Dallas/Ft. Worth metropolitan area, this European-style market-meets-bakery is a must for those seeking a glorious array of freshly prepared foods. Grab a Negra Modelo and peruse the counter at Eatzi’s, but definitely try the signature famous fried chicken or catfish with hushpuppies.

A F + B Fort Worth

The increasingly hip West Seventh district has added a stellar new dining option in the handsomely rustic AF + B from former Bolsa chef Jeff Harris. Sit down, soak in the interiors, pop open a Negra Modelo, and indulge in some chorizo scotch eggs followed by the inimitable duck pot pie.

Lonesome Dove Western Bistro

Famed Texas chef and TV personality Tim Love opened his restaurant in 2000 and his beloved Urban Western cuisine has quickly ascended to the top of the Fort Worth dining scene. Before indulging on the Rocky Mountain elk, start with the rabbit-rattlesnake sausage and an ice-cold Negra Modelo.

Shell Shack

If you’re a craving a crab boil and a refreshing Negra Modelo, head down to The Shell Shack. One of the only crab shacks in town, don't miss the Dungeness. Be sure to grab plenty of napkins as this seafood spot stays open until 2:00AM.

Olivella's

This old school establishment prides itself on a classic recipe from Naples, the birthplace of pizza. Skip the menu and go straight for some Negra Modelo and “The Dream,” a Neapolitan delight topped with house-made mozzarella, gorgonzola, tomato sauce, chicken, pancetta and jalapeños.

Stackhouse Burgers

With stunning views and perfectly assembled burgers to match, Stackhouse is the ideal venue to kick back with a few Negra Modelos, a delicious burger, and the always essential chili cheese fries.

Rodeo Goat Icehouse

After a quick perusal of the menu at Rodeo Goat—the beloved Fort Worth burger establishment—it’s impossible not to notice the immediate standouts. Choose between the nanny goat, casa oaxaca, or the whiskey burger. Bring some friends so you can sneak a taste of all three.

Pepe & Mito's Mexican Cafe

There’s no better way to spend a weekend in Dallas than treating yourself to authentic Tex-Mex cuisine, freshly chilled Negra Modelos, and the sweet sound of accompanying mariachi music. Pepe’s & Mito’s serves some of the best homemade tortillas in the entire city—an especially suitable base for the delicious tacos norteños—making this Dallas establishment a solid choice for a night on the tow

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