4580 Beltline Rd., Addison, TX 75001
$$ Top 10
With a menu that boasts "fish so fresh we have to slap it," Remington’s Seafood Grill prepares you for a meal that might just leave you swimming. Opened in 1979, Remington’s is the longest family owned restaurant in Addison. The seafood comes in by air and land daily, and the menu changes regularly to showcase the latest additions. The Grilled Mediterranean Salad combines shrimp, scallops, and tilapia with calamata olives, tomatoes, and feta cheese while the Rainbow Trout Almondine is oven broiled, topped with toasted almonds, and served with lemon butter. If you’re ready to do away with your land ...
5001 Belt Line Road, Dallas, TX 75254
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. 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.
4300 Belt Line Rd., Dallas, TX 75001
Fogo De Chao brings a unique experience for anyone, familiar or not, with the way of the Brazilian churrascaria. One can enjoy sizzling meats that are cooked over an open fire with mouth watering savory flavors. The best part of the experience is that diners get to choose right when they are seated. A selection of fifteen different meats- from sirloin to lamb- are cooked and prepared in endless waves until each individual is full to the brim. For those who are not really meat lovers, there is a full salad bar that hosts plenty of vegetarian options. Fogo De ...
5330 E. Mockingbird Lane, Dallas, TX 75206
In 1967 Victor Berger opened a swanky island themed dining destination with a vacation feel, an upscale environment and American-Polynesian cuisine that attracted guests such as Frank Sinatra, Elvis and Bob Hope. In 2006 Trader Vic’s was renovated and remains luxuriously retro with a modern twist. With bamboo covered ceilings and walls, colorful flowers and palm trees sprinkled about the lounge and dining area, guests can enjoy wonderful land and sea, island inspired fare and cocktails, as if they’re on a tropical getaway. Executive Chef Mike Owens creates masterpiece meals with fresh ingredients, and even has a close relationship with ...