Dallas / Fort Worth Restaurants
6101 Grayson Dr, Denison, TX 75020
$ Recommended New
Enjoy the talents of our students as they train to become chefs or hospitality professionals in Six Ninety One, the student-run restaurant. Named for the highway where Grayson College's Main Campus is located, "Six Ninety One" is a unique dining experience for the patron and the students who run the facility. Student chefs select a menu based on what skills are being taught that week, and student wait staff hone their fine dining serving skills while the guests enjoy a fine dining meal at a very reasonable price.
2401 McKinney Ave., Dallas, TX 75201
$$$ Special Offer
Truluck’s is a dedicated seafood restaurant that hosts personal fisheries to bring in the freshest catch. While crab is their forte, the restaurant also offers a menu full of steak and other offerings such as Hawaiian Mahi Mahi. Executive Chef Brian Wubenna always enjoys educating his guests on what he is making, or dreams of making; patrons can check his blog for recipe and interesting photos. Aside from the organic food, patrons can enjoy live music, cocktails in the lounge, and enjoy either a huge group night or something more private and personal to fulfill their social appetite.
1321 Commerce St., Dallas, TX 75202
The design of this stunning Adolphus hotel restaurant is a trip back in time to 17th-century France where opulence and grandeur predominate and rococo architecture creates heavenly settings. High cathedral ceilings, hand-blown crystal chandeliers, and hand-painted, pastel-colored murals of cherubs and clouds set the stage with breathtaking elegance. Executive Chef Jason Weaver’s dishes match the grandeur of their surroundings, with stunning presentations, exquisite seasonal ingredients, and delicate preparations. The daily prix fixe menus include three, five, and even exquisite 13-course options, allowing an experience at The French Room to be as decadent as you dare to make it.
5330 Belt Line Rd., Dallas, TX 75254
$$$ Top 10 Recommended Editor's Pick
It was 16 years ago that Chef Richard Chamberlain opened Chamberlain’s Steak and Chophouse in Dallas. Since then, this recipient of a James Beard Award and the co-owner of ENVY: The Steakhouse in Las Vegas has managed to make quite a name for himself, but it was his Dallas restaurant that started it all. Chamberlain’s has been honored time and time again by some of the biggest names in the industry, including Wine Spectator and Bon Appetit. It is with over 16 years and 16 awards under its belt, that Chamberlain’s Steak and Chophouse remains a powerhouse in the Dallas ...
2808 Greenville Ave., Dallas, TX 75206
A continually changing blackboard menu of contemporary bistro fare and eclectic creations has secured The Grape as a celebrated neighborhood eatery for over 35 years. Noted as the first of its kind in Dallas, this welcoming establishment conjures the iconic feel of European and New York-style bistros and wine bars to provide a communal dining experience for its patrons. Dishes like the Warm Baked Brie, the Bistro Steak Frites, and the Chef’s Honey and Thyme Pork Meatballs entice diners with their heartwarming taste, while the thoughtful wines-by-the-glass selection encourages all to try something new.
600 N. Akard St., Dallas, TX 75201
The slow descent in a glass elevator is the first indication that the experience at Dakota’s is going to be unique. The subterranean restaurant sits 18 feet below street level, with a layout that includes a recessed patio surrounded by cascading waterfalls, a fire pit, and a granite bar. Inside, French doors let in natural light, while art-deco accents and bistro-style furniture create an elegant, dreamy setting. The menu showcases premium steak and seafood, with an extensive selection of dry-aged Midwestern corn-fed USDA Prime steaks as well as premium meats including Berkshire pork, Colorado Lamb, and Scottish Salmon.
3180 Welborn St., Dallas, TX 75219
Step below the mean streets of Dallas and enter the Asian oasis that is Steel Restaurant and Lounge. The earth-toned palette of the dining space is punctuated by bright splashes of color in the wall art that seem to mimic the finely crafted sushi rolls. Steel exhibits the best of Indochine cuisine by showcasing an impressive selection of Japanese bento boxes and sushi, traditional Vietnamese family-style soups and noodles, and Mandarin-inspired dishes. You can enjoy a cocktail or choose from the awe-inspiring selection of sake, while savoring Steel’s Signature Fried Whole Fish, or maybe the Japanese Ceviche: chopped octopus, crab, ...
4511 McKinney Ave., Dallas, TX 75205
$$$ Top 10
Abacus’s contemporary dining room is defined by rich textures, cool tones, and an earthy aesthetic. Leather, wood, and stone form a simple yet lighthearted backdrop for a dining experience that is nothing short of transporting. Executive Chef Kent Rathbun’s lively and engaging menu takes cues from around the globe, with Asian, Mediterranean, and Pacific Rim influences as well as a selection of both creative and traditional sushi. Playful innovation underlies dishes such as Salt-Crusted Calimari Fondue with Spicy Yellow Curry Sauce and “Bacon and Eggs,” comprised of Niman Ranch chipotle bacon and a scrambled duck egg. With an exceptional wine ...
2680 Cedar Springs Road, Dallas, TX 75201
$$ Top 10
The Place at Perry’s is an award winning, locally owned restaurant and uniquely Dallas treasure. Both the food and service have been nationally recognized in guides like Zagat’s. The Place is Dallas’s dining destination for the local business community as well as a comfortable neighborhood retreat, offering the perfect setting for intimate dinners or large parties, with a private dining room available for special events. Customers can enjoy a long leisurely lunch or dinner or grab a quick bite. The updated menu features Niman Ranch all natural beef and fresh seafood delivered daily, complimented by an extensive signature wine list ...
100 Crescent Court, Dallas, TX 75201
Described as “the only true Sardinian Ristorante in the United States” by food writer John Mariani, the combined establishments of Arcodoro and Pomodoro recreate the island of Sardinia, Italy, in Texas. Brothers Elfisio and Francesco Farris share their heritage through the cuisine and culture brought forth in this split restaurant. Arcodoro is a room with a casual atmosphere, for those looking for a place to share a wood fired pizza on the patio, and Pomodoro is more formal, with white tablecloths and candles. Whichever you choose, the menu options are the same in both sections, and include dishes like handmade ...