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Eat It All At Legacy Hall: Part Three

If you’ve read Part One and Part Two of this series, then you have a solid Legacy Hall orientation.  The perimeter of the ground level of Legacy West’s three-story, 55,000-square-foot European-style food hall offers a collection of cuisines from around the world.  Once you’ve sampled all of that outer ring, you’ve earned yourself some dessert, but before the sweetness begins, indulge in one last savory meal at Detour.

Few pairings are celebrated quite like wine and charcuterie. Born and nurtured from such countries as Spain, Italy, and right here in the U.S., various specialized cheeses and meats are offered for you to enjoy as a board or a panini.

Farm-to-table dessert restaurant Everett and Elaine splashed onto the Dallas scene at the Dallas Farmer’s Market and it has been leading the dessert charge with health in mind. Their focus is based on incorporating locally-grown pecans into classic desserts.

The Juice Bar focuses on creating the best flavors, using the highest quality ingredients and giving customers awesome service.  The wonderful nutritional benefits occur naturally from their choice of ingredients.  They are fast, too.  Just pop in, and grab any of their chef-created juices, smoothies, pressed juice, juice cleanses, or healthy food and snacks.

Popsicles aren’t just adored by kids, big kids are fans, too.  Owners Heather and Gavin care deeply about what they’re offering to their customers, and it shows. Perfect for any season and just downright amazing, Berrynaked is rewriting the way you look at (and taste) popsicles.

The experts at Haute Sweets Patisserie hail from such notable kitchens including downtown Dallas’ famed Adolphus Hotel French Room and Rosewood’s Crescent Court.  Add in the 30+ years of experience between them and the fact that they have been featured on TLC’s Fabulous Cakes, competed on Food Network Challenge Sugar Inventions and Extreme Pirate Cakes, and Food Network Sugar Dome.  It’s easy to see how these make the top of the list.

Now that you’ve eaten your way across the ground level, relax as the escalator takes you to one last food stall that earned the distinction of being the only food on the second floor.  As a family-owned food stall, Sea Breeze Lobsta’ and Chowda’ House has the freshest fish, so fresh, in fact, that it’s flown directly from the source.  If you’re having trouble deciding between the New England and Connecticut lobster rolls or the Sea Breeze Roll with shrimp and crab, don’t force yourself to choose.  Treat yourself to the Sea Breeze trio, and do what you set out to do when this journey began… eat them all.