A Tale of Two Cities, Texas Style

Dallas and Houston are rivals in every arena, including the dining room
John Mariani
Issue: November 15, 2005

I wouldn't call it a feud. Nor is it a love-hate affair. The question as to which of two Texas cities, Houston or Dallas, has better restaurants is more about bragging rights than anything else. So maybe it's better left to an outsider—that would be me—to make some distinctions.

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