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9 Delicious Deviled Eggs in Dallas

By Farah Fleurima
March 4, 2014

With Easter on the way, what better time to seek out that yummy bounty of the season, the deviled egg? Not just a spring thing, it’s a Southern thing, and these restaurants aren’t content simply to serve up your grandma’s version. These nine versions of the classic snack bring an extra-special something that makes the deviled egg, well, heavenly.

  • Curry Deviled Eggs 

    Where: Sissy’s Southern Kitchen
    Special touches: Curry, crème fraîche and tobiko caviar
    Perfect fit because: Adding fish roe lends an upscale flair to a down-home Southern classic, which is Sissy’s overarching aim
    Price: $9 for a half-dozen; $18 for a dozen

    2929 N. Henderson Ave.; 214-827-9900

  • Rotating Deviled Eggs 

    Where: Whiskey Cake Kitchen and Bar
    Special touch: A different kind of egg each week (!!!); past devils have included a BLT, one that was a riff on the house turkey pastrami sandwich and one with wood-grilled salmon
    Perfect fit because: It reflects the offbeat, imaginative cuisine you’ll find at the Plano gastropub
    Price: $5

    3601 Dallas Pkwy.; 972-993-2253

  • Photo by: Brian Hilson

    Classic Deviled Eggs

    Where: Dish Restaurant and Lounge
    Special touches: Applewood-smoked bacon and pickled pearl onions
    Perfect fit because: The Cedar Springs restaurant enjoys adding a cool and unexpected touch to comfort classics, and what’s a better pairing to eggs than bacon?
    Price: $8

    4123 Cedar Springs Rd.; 214-522-3474

  • Crab Deviled Eggs

    Where: Cook Hall
    Special touch: Sweet Gulf blue-crab tenders
    Perfect fit because: The seafood shreds elevate the dish just so, much like Cook Hall’s thoughtful, seasonal menu boasts elevated pub cuisine
    Price: $7

    2440 Victory Park Ln.; 214-397-4111

  • Caviar Deviled Eggs 

    Where: Nick & Sam’s
    Special touch: Caviar whipped into the yolk mix
    Perfect fit because: It’s Nick & Sam’s - we’ve come to expect the finest of the fine in most every dish that comes out of the kitchen

    3008 Maple Ave.; 214-871-7444

  • Truffled Deviled Eggs  

    Where: Del Frisco’s Grille (Dallas, Fort Worth and Southlake locations)
    Special touches: Truffle-chive vinaigrette and microgreens
    Perfect fit because: Leave it to a steakhouse to truffle somethin’ up! This egg covers the flavor gamut from earthy to bright, thanks to the chives.
    Price: $7.50

    3232 McKinney Ave.; 972-807-6152

  • Lobster Deviled Eggs  

    Where: Kenny’s Wood Fired Grill
    Special touches: Lobster chunks and white truffle cream
    Perfect fit because: Kenny’s never met an interesting flavor combination it didn’t like, and this one’s right up their alley.
    Price: $10.99

    5000 Beltline Rd. #775; 972-392-9663

  • Sausage Deviled Eggs

    Where: Park Tavern
    Special touch: Chorizo
    Perfect fit because: Dallas loves its spicy sausage, and the addition of tender crumbles of Spanish-style sausage gives these eggs a kick we can cheer for.
    Price: $6

    8166 Park Lane Pl.; 214-446-0710

  • Pork Belly Deviled Eggs  

    Where: Second Floor Bistro
    Special touches: Crispy pork belly, pickled fennel and chives
    Perfect fit because: The Westin Galleria restaurant sure does love its pork belly
    Price: $8

    13340 Dallas Pkwy.; 972-450-2978

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Places Mentioned

Nick & Sam's

Steakhouse • Uptown

Food27 Decor25 Service25 Cost$75
 
 
 
Kenny's Wood Fired Grill

American • Addison

Food26 Decor21 Service25 Cost$39
 
 
 
Del Frisco's Grille

Steakhouse • Uptown

Food27 Decor24 Service26 Cost$67
 
 
 
Sissy's Southern Kitchen & Bar

Southern American • Knox-Henderson

Food- Decor- Service- CostI
 
 
 
 
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