York Street gets nod in Saveur

Foodie magazine Saveur’s July installment, "The Texas Issue," lists chef Sharon Hage’s York Street as one of the best places to eat in Texas. It states: "In this soigné space that contains just 12 tables, she serves lovingly crafted dishes like buttered celery bisque and lavender-roasted Texas quail." (The dictionary tells us that "soigné" means "sophisticated." I suppose one of those six flags WAS France.)

We’ve mentioned several times here that Hage is due for a James Beard Award. And York Street is the only East Dallas restaurant that gets a mention from Saveur. Chef Teiichi Sakurai of Tei Tei Robata Bar on Henderson gets props for his newest venture, Tei An, a Japanese noodle house downtown. And two cheeses from the Dallas Mozzarella Co. in Deep Ellum are mentioned as part of Texas’s "cheese revolution." Viva la frommage!

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By |2009-06-04T12:01:00-05:00June 4th, 2009|Media Matters, News|1 Comment

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