Cedar Grove is a casual neighborhood destination with a modern forest motif (the dining room is lined 50-something artificial trees). The menu features casual Southern American fare at an approachable price point, with snacks like country ham pimento cheese and Cheez-It-crusted mac and cheese, and larger plates like a hot chicken sandwich and a mushroom burger (add a fried egg for $2). The communal tables (and those snacks) are conducive to group dining, as is the drink menu with five different punch options that serve anywhere from four to eight people. And if you choose to sit on the back patio, you can beat the Dallas heat with their adult snow cones and other frozen drinks, like the “R-rated Root Beer Float” and frozen Cuba Libre. Stop by on the last Sunday of every month for Drag Brunch, a $35, three-course tasting menu (eggs included).