Oklahoma City Restaurants
Six Ninety One Restaurant at Grayson CollegeAddress: 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.
The Old WarsawAddress: 2512 Maple Ave, Dallas, TX 75201
The Old Warsaw has bragging rights as “one of Dallas’ most romantic candlelit restaurants.” The delicate way the food is prepared combined with the performance of serving it amidst its chic atmosphere and antique décor make The Old Warsaw an inspired Old World escape. An establishment that has been open since 1948, the restaurant serves up its best French-Continental cuisine seven nights a week. Along with an A-list selection of steaks, the menu also contains dishes such as Roasted Quail with Sautéed Mushrooms and Muscat Wine, Whole Maine Lobster, and a full wine list of California and French wines.
The Grape RestaurantAddress: 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.
Cadot RestaurantAddress: 18111 Preston Rd, Dallas, TX 75252
$$$ Recommended Editor's Pick Special Offer Outdoor Seating
“New American Cuisine with a French influence” is what Cadot chefs Jean-Marie Cadot and Gaspar Stantic promise to the customers of the quaint restaurant. With unique dishes like Butterflied Trout with a pistachio and mushroom white wine sauce, that’s exactly what they deliver. Owner Jean-Marie Cadot has a family restaurant history dating back to 1758 and he himself has been learning to cook since the age of eight, experience that shows through in their time-honored menu. The food is highlighted by the layout of the restaurant that includes four spacious, adjoining rooms with a table arrangement that encourages intimate conversation. …
BollaAddress: 2927 Maple Ave., Dallas, TX 75201
Part of the upscale Stoneleigh Hotel in uptown Dallas, Bolla compliments the grandeur of the hotel with its posh art deco design. The simple yet elegant prix-fixe menu offers a wide range of Italian inspired American cuisine, like the Rack of Lamb served with a celery root puree, cipollini onions, and covered in an espresso rub. Not only is the food, prepared by local chef David Bull, excellent but the atmosphere of both the restaurant and full bar is terrific for after work, meeting friends, or a romantic evening for two.
The MercuryAddress: 11909 Preston Rd., Dallas, TX 75240
It may seem like anything Chef Chris Ward touches turns to gastronomical gold; and this continues to be the case with Mercury Grill. A number of awards and prizes hang from this prized chef’s belt, and he uses them skillfully to create The Mercury’s fresh and intriguing menu. Dishes like the Pearl Couscous Carbonara and the Filet of Beef offer insight into Chef Ward’s appreciation for and mastery of classic cuisine, while others like the Forty-Eight Hour Braised Short Ribs and the Black Cod are tribute to his artful eye.
The French RoomAddress: 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.
Sambuca UptownAddress: 2120 McKinney Ave., Dallas, TX 75201
Sultry jazz music and classic rock have a home on the Sambuca stage and menu. The dinner club’s eclectic European design and the outdoor lounge’s fishbowl views of performers allow diners to revel in the rich and satisfying sounds and flavors that greet them. Characteristic notes marry with custom riffs on the welcoming and energetic menu to create unforgettable dishes. Sambuca favorites include the Lobster Gnocchi, the Cowboy Cut Bone-In 18 oz Ribeye, and the Seabass Skewers. And nothing is lost on the meal’s crescendo: The Butterfinger Bread Pudding is just one of the rockin’ desserts to choose from.
The Palm RestaurantAddress: 701 Ross Ave., Dallas, TX 75202
Three generations of patrons have savored the unmatched dining experience of The Palm. From Long Island to Los Angeles, this iconic chain of family-owned and operated steak and seafood restaurants maintains a proud reputation for offering the highest quality cuts of meat and most impressive lobsters around. But don’t take our word for it; all the smiling caricatures plastering the walls of the restaurant are proof that many a diner has left The Palm satisfied and full. Dishes like the 26oz Prime Rib of Beef and the Jumbo Nova Scotia Lobster keep those smiles coming back for more.
Chamberlain's Steak and Chop HouseAddress: 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 …
Al Biernat'sAddress: 4217 Oak Lawn Ave., Dallas, TX 75219
$$$ Top 10
Classic chic defines both the lighthearted sophistication of Al Biernat’s décor and menu. The restaurant utilizes intriguing architectural elements to create a festive feel in the bar area with a large domed ceiling of brightly hued contemporary murals, and the dining space is accentuated by rich wood tones and molding. The menu redefines what it means to be a steakhouse by catering to taste over convention. From the varied selection of cut size to the amount of marbling in the meat, every care is taken to ensure patrons savor the steak they hoped for.
Bijoux RestaurantAddress: 5450 West Lovers Ln., Dallas, TX 75209
$$$ Top 10
Old World elegance meets contemporary charm in Bijoux Restaurant. The expansive dining space is warmed by floor-to-ceiling drapes, lit by pristine chandeliers, and polished by rich wood tones. Executive Chef Scott Gottlich has constructed dishes that measure up to the fine décor both in their elegant plating and refined construction. The prix fixe menu gives the patron a choice between three and five courses, and the tasting menu recommends a different wine for each dish. While five courses might sound overwhelming, dishes like Crispy Pork Belly with fava bean “succotash,” corn, and tomato and the “Childhood” Chocolates dessert all in …
Hotel St. Germain RestaurantAddress: 2516 Maple Ave., Dallas, TX 75201
Upon stepping into the Hotel St. Germain’s lavish dining room, you will recognize immediately that you are in for an extraordinary dining experience. It’s all in the details: Limoges china, antique silverware, Frette linen, and lavender roses give the table setting an air of enchantment. Overlooking a lovely French courtyard, this award-winning restaurant’s ambiance is just the beginning. On the prix fixe menu, you can look forward to savoring such dishes as Butternut Squash with Cinnamon Apple Soup, Rosemary Scented Colorado Lamb Loin, Citrus-Glazed Black Sea Bass and a daily selection of cheeses.
d'Carlo Italian CuisineAddress: 3300 Oak Lawn Ave., Dallas, TX 75219
The Market CafeAddress: 6907 Bexar St, Dallas, TX 75215
Steer CafeAddress: 2211 McKinley Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76164
Silver Fox SteakhouseAddress: 3102 Oak Lawn Ave., Dallas, TX 75219
The Silver Fox Steakhouse serves the finest seafood and USDA prime cuts: fine ingredients for a fine steakhouse. Enjoy great steak and seafood in a large and accommodating setting; whether it be at the sizeable full bar or one of three exquisite dining rooms, the Silver Fox has an obliging ambience for a quiet dinner or a night out with friends. In the mood for an adventurous steak? We recommend it topped Oscar-style with crabmeat, au jus, and asparagus. A Chef’s Dinner is also available for those seeking a well-rounded meal with your choice of salad, entrée, and desert for …
LolaAddress: 2917 Fairmount Street, Dallas, TX 75201
Picturesquely set with a “cottage in the woods” vibe, Lola the Restaurant is a quaint escape from city life. The historic house in which the restaurant resides seats seventy, and includes some unique attributes, such as the tasting room. Seated in this room, diners may sample the 10-course petite portion meal, for a delightfully diverse experience. Elsewhere in the restaurant, a prix fixe menu serves as the nightly menu, offering the option of two, three, and four courses. Dishes like Lemon Sole and Braised Beef Short Ribs and delectable dessert selections like Peanut Parfait with grapes and brittle, and Pear …