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Mesa’s Second DFW Outpost Hits Grapevine Next Month

Chef Raul Reyes’ classic Mexican fare finds a second home For fans of authentic Mexican fare, Oak Cliff’s Mesa is an obvious choice. But for folks outside of Dallas proper, that drive can be a little taxing, especially when you’re fighting traffic to make that 7 p.m. reservation. Now, suburbanites won’t have to travel far to enjoy Chef Raul Reyes’ killer mole enchiladas.
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