Among the T-bones and tacos that populate the Southwest’s restaurant landscape, a new interloper has sashayed onto the scene: the soufflé. While soufflé restaurants long have been a staple on the coasts, such as the Souffle Restaurant in Summit, N.J., and Café Jacqueline in San Francisco, this is a new sun rising in Texas. Rise n°1, a 92-seat “salon de soufflé” and wine bar, has been open a month, and it’s already proving a popular spot.The soufflé is joined on the menu by other French ...

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