Sister. Photo by Jessica Turner.

A restaurant in our neighborhood was recognized recently as one of the 50 most-loved restaurants in the United States, according to food writers at The New York Times.

Sister, which opened in the old The Grape spot on Greenville Avenue last year, is an eatery to note and “a worthy successor,” according to Dallas native Priya Krishna.

It is a Duro Hospitality concept, along with The Charles, Café Duro and Casa Duro.

Krishna writes that the food is “Italian-ish,” highlighting white soy and hijiki in spaghetti vongole, shiitakes in Parmesan cream sauce, and eggplant dig, darkened by black sesame.

Canje in Austin and Smoke’N Ash BBQ in Arlington are the other Texas restaurants also included on the list.