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SHOWdaily CAMX 2018 12 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2018 / DALLAS, TEXAS Search "CAMX 2018" in your app store or visit www.theCAMX.org. DOWNLOAD THE Polyester, Vinyl Ester and Hybrid Bonding Pastes ® Bonding Pastes Radius Compounds Fairing Compounds Repair +1 330 920-4410 info@scottbader-na.com scottbader.com BOOTH Q47 Visit us on Where to eat in the Big D, day or night By Sara Black, Senior Editor CompositesWorld You won't go hungry in Dallas, thanks to an abundance of restaurant choices. e Omni Hotel, attached to the Convention Center, o•ers the closest dining, with seven well- reviewed restaurants including Bob's Steak & Chop House, the southern style o•erings of Texas Spice, e Owners Box Sports Bar & Grill, the Biergarten (a modern take on the classic German beer garden), Caf Herrera with Tex-Mex fare, sushi and Korean o•erings at Black Ship Little Katana, and Coal Vines, a landmark in Dallas, known for having the best New York-style pizza in the city. Just steps away from the Omni Hotel is Bullion, a contemporary French restau- rant with a great lounge. Four blocks away from the Omni you'll ‡nd Cindi's NY Deli Restaurant and Bakery, for a breakfast or lunch option. e Adolphus Hotel, located on Commerce Street, about six blocks from the convention center, o•ers the award-winning upscale French Room restaurant and the laid-back Rodeo Bar and Grill. Take a 10-minute walk from the conven- tion center to the Main Street District in Downtown Dallas and you'll ‡nd many options including the seafood spot, Dallas Fish Market, CBD Provisions, a modern Texas brasserie serving comfort food, and Ravenna Italian Grille and Bar known for its modern Italian food and late hours. For those craving Mexican food, there's Wild Salsa or Iron Cactus Mexican Grill and Margarita Bar, or a bit further, long- time Tex-Mex ‡xture El Fenix. If you prefer a burger, check out Chop House Burger, a chill hangout started by the same group that owns the Dallas Chop House, a steak- house that is also on Main Street. Can't get enough steak? Well, locals recommend the ultimate Texas steakhouse experience, Y.O. Ranch Steakhouse on Ross Ave., a Hill Country-inspired ‡ne dining restaurant featuring elk, bison and more in a Western ambiance. For barbecue, there's Sonny Bryan's Smokehouse or Pecan Lodge.

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