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Posted by15 hours ago

外围体育投注Hello my fellow Redditors, I'll be in Dallas at the end of the month and have been doing a bunch of research on the best BBQ food spots, I should definitely visit. I've narrowed it down to these locations but would really appreciate some feed back, as it's doubtful I'll be able to visit all 5.

  1. 外围体育投注Lockharts ( At Texas Live)

  2. Pecan Lodge

  3. The Slow Bone

  4. Hard Eight

  5. Terry Blacks

外围体育投注I should also probably mention that my main focus is Brisket.

外围体育投注Edit: Updated list

  1. Cattleacks

  2. Hutchins

  3. Terry Blacks

  4. Pecan Lodge (heard mixed reviews)

  5. Hard Eight

外围体育投注Side note, might stop by Babes Chicken as I've read some great reviews.

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Posted by8 hours ago

I’m a 22 year old recent college grad from Oklahoma City. I’m moving to Dallas pretty soon for an accounting job. I’ve been to Dallas multiple time throughout my life, so I have somewhat of a feel for the city. I just don’t know what areas I should be looking at. I’m looking for somewhere cheap(ish), but I also don’t want to live in a dump. I’m hoping to find an apartment for about $1,000-$1,300 (forgive me if this is unrealistic). The nature of my job requires me to work at our clients’ offices rather than our home office downtown, so I have no idea where I’d even be driving to work everyday yet. I guess I’d prefer something more centrally located to account for this. It’d be nice to live in an area with a lot of young people/ young professionals, but with the state of the economy right now, price is definitely my main focus.

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Posted by13 hours ago

Already got awesome feedback on BBQ joints and since I'm visiting family, I wanted to take them out to a nice restaurant for dinner. Trying to narrow down which one.

  1. Kenny's Wood Fire Grill

  2. 外围体育投注Perry's Steakhouse

  3. 外围体育投注Nick & Sam's

  4. The Woolworth

And for dessert I want to check out ~Rise n°1.

Thoughts? Feedback? Thanks!!

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Posted by23 hours ago

外围体育投注I’m moving to Dallas within 6 months I’m looking for a job in the bio-pharmaceutical industry, I have a degree in biotechnology. Are there any virtual job fairs ?

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Posted by21 hours ago

I am talking hole in the wall, good authentic tacos, or as some refer to them, "street tacos". I am sure there are other threads on here debating where the best tacos are but I believe all tacos matter and I will most likely visit all suggestions. I am in Plano area but commute all over so don't hold back.

Let me know what is good around here!

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Posted by22 hours ago

I am being transferred to my company’s Plano office and am looking for neighborhood recommendations.

My boyfriend and I are in our late 20s... young professionals who like to be social, go to local restaurants and bars, concerts, etc. I’m looking for a neighborhood where we can buy a place under $300k that isn’t too far from Plano for my commute, is more progressive (LGBT friendly) and is close enough to a good social scene to make friends. I’m willing to commute up to about 45 minutes if it means being in a good neighborhood - the office is in Plano close to Legacy Town Center.

I’d appreciate any input or guidance... I just don’t want to end up in an area that’s all families and no one our age!

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