Remedy, the hot new spot from former Top Chef contestant Danyele McPherson (who worked with chefs Brian Luscher of The Grape and Stephan Pyles of Stephan Pyles, Stampede 66 and San Salvaje), tosses out plate after plate of southern-style greatness you wish your mama made, from hushpuppies with spicy butter to deliciously killer chicken liver pate to seriously addictive pimiento cheese. Then there’s her perfectly fried chicken with mashed potatoes. It will grab your attention for sure. But do not sleep on the cheeseburger, which features Kobe beef and comes dressed with American cheese, house-made dill pickles, sweet onions, shredded lettuce, Texas tomato and creamy mustard on a deliciously toasted challah bun. I feel pretty great knowing I live like three miles from Remedy so I can have this cheeseburger whenever I want. I work out so I can eat this cheeseburger.
I’ve been to Remedy three times and had this cheeseburger twice out of those three. It’s going to become an issue; I can already tell. They’re going to know what to bring me before I order. But I don’t even care because I love it. The desserts at Remedy are no joke either. Sundaes and pies, pies and sundaes. Both are heavy hitters and made in-house. Pies rotate, and most of the out-of-control sundaes are available every day. Also of note are the killer cocktails featuring that ice-cold-Michelle-Pfeiffer magic from ice ninja Máté Hartai and house-made egg creams made from sodas that aren’t Coca-Cola. Oh, and the place itself is gorgeous. Go check it out. If you see me, I’ll have my face buried in a cheeseburger. Don’t interrupt.
Remedy | 2010 Greenville Avenue | remedydallas.com