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DKS1 Feb 25, 2010 12:36 PM

Anyone been? What was your experience like?

Have a reservation there this weekend to celebrate a special occasion and want to be sure I've chosen wisely...

Also considering Nonna or Arcodoro/Pomodoro (as an aside, I'm saving Nana Grill for a birthday celebration in April).

Otherwise, I'm out of ideas for new(ish) and good places to try in Dallas. Any other suggestions welcome!

Thanks in advance...

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    pgwiz1 Mar 2, 2010 03:02 PM

    Looks like I'm too late to help....Went to DFM about a year ago for a wine pairing dinner they did. It was a fun experience and the food was good, but I can't say it was mind blowing.

    My multiple attempts to go to Nonna have been foiled each time...hopefully I'll go soon!

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      DarnellErwinFletcher Mar 3, 2010 07:49 AM

      I love Nonna, rare gem in Dallas dining.

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        DKS1 Mar 3, 2010 01:21 PM

        We had a fantastic meal at Nonna last weekend! So good, in fact, that we're going back (with visitors coming to town) next weekend! I was planning to write a review - even brought the menu home with me - but I haven't had a chance to sit down and do that yet.... Soon! Thanks again for the enthusiastic rec for it - we were not disappointed (only by the service, but the food was so good it didn't matter much to us)!

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      DKS1 Feb 26, 2010 07:26 AM

      Thanks, guys. Got a late reservation for Nonna tomorrow night. Maybe we can try DFM another time... but I appreciate your feedback and am feeling more settled about this choice!

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        DallasDude Feb 26, 2010 08:28 AM

        Sorry I did not get back with you on your DFM in time. You will appreciate Nonna. Sergio is the sommelier and will take more than excellent care of you.

      2. DallasDude Feb 25, 2010 12:53 PM

        Nonna is special as is Arcodoro & Pomodoro. Nonna is pretty special, though.

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          DKS1 Feb 25, 2010 12:56 PM

          Thanks! I've been eager to try it - don't know why we haven't yet.... Have you been to DFM though? Any thoughts on it? I'm usually in agreement with 99% of things you say here, so fire away!

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            twinwillow Feb 25, 2010 05:23 PM

            Nonna!

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