I place the words “Lake Highlands” in quotations only because (despite the fact that this is how the good folks at Quesa-D-Ya’s identify themselves) Lake Highlands readers occasionally become worked-up over the areas we identify as “Lake Highlands.”
The Quesa-D-Ya’s location is right at what we consider the dividing line between Lake Highlands-East Dallas, for the record, and no official borders exist. But I don’t want to split hairs here, folks.
No. It’s time to celebrate the cheesy, spicy, flaky-tortilla-encrusted scrumptiousness available to us via this cozy and adorable new Northwest Highway location, whether you live on the Lake Highlands or the East Dallas side of Northwest Highway — Quesa-D-Ya’s delivery goes both ways.
Now let the gratitude, tolerance and culinary solidarity, like gooey cheddar, melt over those on each side of the pretend neighborhood borders.
One problem: On my way home I dropped in and ordered a Huge veggie quesadilla pie. When I opened my email just an hour later, there was a coupon for half-off any Huge D-Ya.
So I blew nine unnecessary dollars. Humph. But the thing was good, so I won’t sweat it, and I will have to return with my coupon before Sunday, which is when it expires.
How might you score such a coupon, you ask? Visit the D-Ya’s website and sign up for their newsletter.