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Snag a seat at Nick & Sam’s Oaxaca-themed family style Sunday Supper tonight


If you’re looking for a great meal in Dallas tonight, you’ll want to snag a seat at Nick & Sam’s monthly Sunday Supper, a help-yourself dinner served family style at a long table with about 40 guests. Each month, a different N&S’s chef chooses a culinary theme and prepares every dish. Tonight, chef Jaime Ramirez is cooking and serving authentic Oaxacan cuisine — caldo de piedra (Oaxacan soup with clams, prawns, snapper and chile de arbol), pork tamales quebrajados, mole con pollo and chiles rellenos. $65, including beers and wines chosen by GM Brian Knoy. You’ll need a reservation: (214) 871-7444. And next month, Samir Dhurandhar will be cooking a Northern Italian feast as good as any nonna could muster.

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