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.
24 Highland Park Village, Dallas, TX 75205
Residing in Dallas’ upscale Highland Park Village, Café Pacific is an established seafood eatery with rich history and warm décor. Marble floors and dark mahogany wood greet diners upon entrance. Lining the walls are pieces from the owner Jack Knox's personal art collection, and filling the menu are savory dishes, made with fresh, local ingredients. Entrées such as Grilled Asparagus Skewered Tiger Shrimp, Prime Aged New York Strip, or Garlic Rosemary Pan Roasted Chicken- display a need to delight a number of diverse pallets. A staple for over 29 years, Café Pacific has made a lasting commitment to create a ...
111 West 4th Street Suite 15, Dallas, TX 76102
Catering to the need for a fun and interactive dining experience in Dallas, Simply Fondue was born in the late 80’s. More than 20 years later, this hot-pot spot of a good time continues to present diners with the unique opportunity to orchestrate their meal however they like with a variety of cheeses, meats, veggies, and sweets. Couples can turn up the heat taking turns dipping tasty morsels for each other, while large parties will truly enjoy this communal style of dining out. And with such a luxurious array of dipping chocolates and sweet treats, we may all be tempted ...
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 ...
3525 Greenville Ave., Dallas, TX 75206
The people that presented you with Kirby’s Prime now present Woodfire by Kirby’s, a unique dining establishment specializing in wood fire pizzas and fine American cuisine. If that weren’t enough to entice you, Kirby’s bakes their pizzas extra thin with a crispy crunch to them, as well as adding unique modern and southwestern influences to their already exciting menu. The same level of excellence is brought to the restaurant’s Sunday Brunch, offering hearty buffet and a la carte options. Refreshing cocktails aren’t the only thing served in the upscale bar area of Kirby’s; different live music acts play every Friday ...
107 S. Cedar Ridge, Duncanville, TX 75104
The Pelican House Restaurant serves Authentic New Orleans Style Cuisine with Texas Flair. We are where the Soul of Louisiana meets the Heart of Texas!
2914 Main St., Dallas, TX 75226
Monica’s Aca y Alla deftly translates the vibrant, exotic spirit of Mexico into new and inventive, fusion-style contexts. Diners are welcomed into a boisterous dining room, where pulsing salsa music mingles with lively conversation, and lush red walls and yellow banquettes cloak the space in inviting, sunny warmth. The menu is similarly invigorating, blending the traditional flavors of Mexico with globally diverse ingredients and culinary styles to create dishes that are exuberant and flavorful. With live Latin jazz every weekend, salsa dancing, and exceptional happy hour specials, Monica’s Aca y Alla embodies the enchantment of an equatorial escapade without the ...
3015 Oak Lawn Ave., Dallas, TX 75219
The Landmark Restaurant is housed in the Warwick Melrose Hotel, and maintains hours that cater to early risers, late brunchers, and after-dark eaters alike. Breakfast selections include house made cereals and dishes like Spicy Chorizo Sausage with Black Pepper Biscuit. The Landmark Burger, made with Akaushi beef and wasabi, can be found on the expansive lunch menu, while dinner offers the Grilled Texas Partridge. For dessert the Vanilla Bean Crème Brulee and the Rogue Chocolate Stout Cake make for pleasant decision-making conundrums.
1717 N. Akard St., Dallas, TX 75201
Executive Chef J.W. Foster has taken Tex-Mex cuisine to the next level with Pyramid Restaurant and Bar. With a AAA Four Diamond Award under its belt, Pyramid strives to give each patron a truly memorable eating experience. Using herbs and vegetables grown in the restaurant’s 2,000 square foot rooftop terrace gardens, Foster creates dishes that are reminiscent of their southern origin, but strikingly imaginative in their execution. Welcome the day with the Oatmeal Brulee, a bowl of cinnamon oatmeal with banana and soft brown sugar, or take a break from the lunch-hour grind with the Canadian Lobster Mac and Cheese ...