September 29, 2018

Carter and I explore our home town by putting two Mexican restaurants to the test. It is an old vs new challenge to find the best Mexican in DFW. We go to Trinity Groves, a place in Dallas known for brining in new talent and restaurants. Within Trinity Groves we visit Beto and Son where they feature “new age” Mexican and a liquid nitrogen margarita. For the old we visit Fort Worth to go to Joe T. Garcia’s, one of the oldest Mexican food restaurants in DFW (my mom went there when she was younger). It is so big that they have gardens and a performance areas inside. Take a look to see who wins.

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