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Eating at the Super Bowl, Before and After, High and Low
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by John Mariani
Thank goodness the Super Bowl's being held in Dallas this year, not least because it's got much better restaurants than Pittsburgh and Green Bay. If you're going to the game and not attending a tailgate party, here are just a few of the many options for eating well around Big D.
Charlie Palmer at The Joule
1530 Main St.
At any meal this new swanky dining room serves fine modern American fare—the two-course "15-30" executive lunch is $15 and gets you out in half an hour—but it's also become Dallas' power breakfast scene, and not a bad place to nurse a winning or losing hangover after the game. The tables are well staggered for privacy, the room is kept relatively quiet, and the service staff is well-accustomed to the morning's ritual. Chef Scott Romano's signature breakfast dish is marinated skirt steak and scrambled eggs, served with crispy thick home fries and a red-wine reduction. And the migas tortillas, filled with buttery scrambled eggs, shredded beef, chopped chorizo, topped with melted cheese, possesses magical restorative powers.
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