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[DAL] New Mexican style restaurants in DFW

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chabugga Aug 14, 2008 09:59 AM

After recently spending a long weekend in Santa Fe, NM, I fell in love with their style of mexican food, dubbed New Mexican. More than anything, it's heavy on the green or red chile sauces, as well as black beans and white meat chicken.

I've searched around but haven't found a place in the Dallas area that serves this kind of cuisine. It's mostly Tex-Mex around here. Am I overlooking any gems in the area?

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  1. donnaaries RE: chabugga Aug 14, 2008 10:25 AM

    There's a Weck's in Lewisville, they're a chain based outta New Mexico. http://www.wecksinc.com/

    1. iluvtennis RE: chabugga Aug 14, 2008 10:32 AM

      I went through the same withdrawal symptoms after a week long vacation through New Mexico...i hope someone has some suggestions

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        sike101 RE: chabugga Aug 14, 2008 12:14 PM

        Chuy's at Knox/McKinney is probably about as close as we get. They've got some green chili dishes. My brother-in-law from Tucumcari eats it for a fix until he gets back home or the Hatch Fest at Central Market.

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          Analisas mom RE: chabugga Aug 14, 2008 08:08 PM

          Yes Chuy's is about the best you will find. We went on Sunday night with our relatives that were visiting from Phoenix, it's pretty close the food is great. Also Hatch Chile fest begin's on the Aug 22 at CM and also at Chuys they will be roasting Chile's in the Parking lot.

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            buck RE: chabugga Aug 15, 2008 05:10 AM

            Y'all need to come try Anthony's Place in Fort Worth on Meacham west of I-35.

            He used to be a chef in Santa Fe. Great red and green chile and pure Santa Fe all the way.

            He has another place in Parker County named La Choza.

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              chabugga RE: chabugga Aug 18, 2008 03:28 PM

              Thanks for all the suggestions. I think I'll try Chuy's offering first since they're the closest.

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