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BJD1r Feb 3, 2007 07:30 AM

I've seen recommendations for a number of different types of food, but I did a search and didn't find anything in particular on chili in Dallas. Now I know there is a huge variance in what people consider chili, but in order to get the most feedback, I'm going to leave it open to all interpretations of chili: beans/no beans, ground beef, etc. . .

Thasks!

  1. adkim Feb 3, 2007 08:10 AM

    Chili in Dallas? I don't think you can find a 'good' bowl of chili unless it comes off the stovetop of a home kitchen. Tolbert's in Grapevine does a decent Texas chili (Terlingua guidelines). ground beef. Corner Bakery does a good chili and I think it has beans.

    1. irodguy Feb 3, 2007 08:32 AM

      Tolberts in grapevine is the place to go in the greater DFW area.
      http://www.tolbertsrestaurant.com/. His daughter is using his original recipe.

      1. Maynerd Feb 5, 2007 07:33 AM

        Interesting, the man who empties our recycled paper in the office mentioned that the best chili he finds are at Tex-Mex restaurants. Kinda makes sense, since they have all the ingredients, and usually make a chili for enchiladas. I'll have to quiz him the next time he makes his rounds and get more info. May not be a munu item but one might have to ask for it.

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