Southern Comfort Foods in the North Dallas Corridor

Chicken and waffles are a staple southern comfort food

They say home is where the heart is and, let’s face it, sometimes the best way to our hearts is through our stomach. Where can we find those delicious southern comfort foods? Luckily, there are a few places here in the North Dallas Corridor eager to satiate our appetite!

Ida Claire

Advertised as “south of ordinary,” Ida Claire boasts mouthwatering dishes of all kind. Whether you’re craving the ever-popular side, mac & cheese, or that prized fried chicken entree, Ida Claire promises to deliver the standard dish on a unique and memorable level. After all, this dining facility claims to serve “notched up southern classics with some international influences,” and we’re here to tell you they’re not lying.

We suggest the Nashville Hot Fried Chicken, Parmesan Grits, and, of course, Vice Cake.

Ms. Daisy’s

With a name like Ms. Daisy’s, you can spot the home-style cooking a mile away, and we’re loving it. Here the authentic Cajun dishes are unrivaled. From early morning, hearty options like Chicken & Waffles or Shrimp & Grits to lunch and dinner favorites inclusive of Etoufee and Hushpuppies, you may never want to eat anywhere else. It’s “lip-smacking” good, and can be enjoyed in house, or from the comfort of your own kitchen via carry-out.

Don’t forget to order a Cup of Gumbo or the Fried Green Tomatoes before you head out.

Kenny’s Wood Fired Grill

This restaurant may be reminiscent of 1940s Chicago, but they’re cooking up some incredibly delicious southern favorites. Among them is the Southern Fried Chicken Sandwich (with Kenny’s secret sauce), a Filet Mignon (with roquefort bacon walnut butter), and the Bubbies Potato Cakes complete with cheddar, smoked bacon, and lemon dill sour cream. Now if those options don’t make you salivate, I don’t know what will!

Y’all enjoy now! To get the full experience, order all dishes with a glass of sweet tea!

I am a Hockaday alum and graduate of Saint Mary’s College in Notre Dame, IN, where I earned a Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications. I am an aspiring writer and journalist, and, as an avid reader, I constantly exercise my imagination and whet my appetite for creativity. I am outgoing and personable, and I look forward to incorporating my innate enthusiasm for creativity into my work!

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