Popular restaurants in East Texas

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The Henry - Dallas
(1313)
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Contemporary American | Dallas-Ft. Worth (DFW) Corridor
Sixty Vines - Uptown Dallas
(1390)
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Californian | Uptown
Uchi Dallas
(1083)
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Sushi | Uptown
Kenny's Wood Fired Grill
(833)
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Contemporary American | North Dallas / Addison
Haywire
(1021)
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American | Plano
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Treat your taste buds: Explore Marshall restaurants.

    Discover Marshall

    Marshall is an East Texas city known for its rejuvenated historic downtown. Locally owned coffeehouses offer premium blends of coffee, soups, salads, loaded baked potatoes and daily specials. Because the town has a large vegan and vegetarian population, almost all the local restaurants offer vegan menus and will even customize dishes to suit your tastes or dietary needs. If you are hoping for some meat, rest assured you'll have plenty of options. Marshall has several barbecue restaurants as well as American food restaurants serving quality beef, chicken, pasta and seafood dishes. With Louisiana so close, Cajun cuisine is popular here, too. You can find mudbugs - crawfish - in the spring and shrimp year-round. Make sure to try the local spin on Tex-Mex, known as “Texican” food, while you're there!

    Discover Marshall

    Marshall is an East Texas city known for its rejuvenated historic downtown. Locally owned coffeehouses offer premium blends of coffee, soups, salads, loaded baked potatoes and daily specials. Because the town has a large vegan and vegetarian population, almost all the local restaurants offer vegan menus and will even customize dishes to suit your tastes or dietary needs. If you are hoping for some meat, rest assured you'll have plenty of options. Marshall has several barbecue restaurants as well as American food restaurants serving quality beef, chicken, pasta and seafood dishes. With Louisiana so close, Cajun cuisine is popular here, too. You can find mudbugs - crawfish - in the spring and shrimp year-round. Make sure to try the local spin on Tex-Mex, known as “Texican” food, while you're there!