2720 McKinney Ave., Dallas, TX 75204
Avanti’s is a unique uptown Italian bistro renowned for late-night dining until 3am on weekends. Boasting a small and intimate dining room, a quaint patio, and loyal clientele, this sleek locale is sure to pique your taste buds. Northern and Southern Italian food is prepared traditionally by a friendly staff, with mouth-watering dishes such as the Carpaccio Avanti, Tuna Tartare, Caprese Salad, Bone in Veal Chop, and Farfalle Carbonara. Their Moonlight Breakfast Menu always attracts a crowd and offers dinner and breakfast options for those night owls.
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, ...
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.
901 Fort Worth Ave., Dallas, TX 75208
Smoke never smelled and tasted so good with the reemergence of the classic Southern smokehouse in the heart of Dallas. This down-home cooking haven satisfies discerning palates and hungry mouths alike with a menu and décor designed to transport guests to another, more savory place. The menu is especially appealing with four sections of tastiness: At the Bar, From the Garden, On the Stove, and On the Grill. And for those particularly avid barbeque enthusiasts, the family-style Scantron Menu is the best test you’ll ever take. Bubble in the such multiple choice answers as your desired meat portion size and ...
857 W. John Carpenter Fwy., Irving, TX 75039
Guests of The Ranch are encouraged to soak up the abundant Texas culture, dive into tempting menu items and relax in the midst of live Texas music. This dining destination takes pride in its location, so much that there is a giant iconic fork stuck in the ground at the entrance; a reenactment of the last boards of the porch being laid into place, and a worker exclaiming “It’s done, stick a fork in it!" The menu is stocked with seafood from the Gulf Coast, beef from the Southern Plains, and produce from local farms. Local bands for live music ...
400 Crescent Court, Dallas, TX 75201
Similar to its senior New York location, Nobu in Dallas offers an array of Japanese cuisine including fresh sushi, sashimi, caviar, oyster shooters, tempura, and chicken, beef, seafood and vegetable hot dishes. The extensive bar menu sets a high standard as well, with a impressive list of sake, wine, cocktails and Cognac. A stunning interior with dark wood ceilings, grained wood tables and birch tree décor creates an elegant dining space for guests with a touch of Southern charm. Various seating options are available at the sushi bar, in the bar lounge, the main dining room, and a skylight room ...
8160 Park Ln., Dallas, TX 75231
Bailey’s Prime Plus on Park Lane continues the legacy of elegant dining established by Dallas restaurateur and owner Ed Bailey. The atmosphere and décor of the restaurant is a lavish fusion of elegance and modern chic. The food at Bailey’s is also elegant, offering an abundance of premium steak and seafood with a southwestern twist. While most steakhouses fill their menu with meat dishes, Bailey’s Prime Plus has an excellent selection of signature salads and sides that can complement a steak or shine on their own. The restaurant also offers a light yet satisfying lunch menu, ideal for a business ...
2404 Cedar Springs Rd., Dallas, TX 75201
Named after our brave and enthusiastic 26th president Theodore Roosevelt, Teddy’s Room is an updated speak-easy bar and lounge with a sophisticated yet vintage-inspired interior. The connections to Roosevelt can be found in the swanky interior, including items such as a signature vintage Presidential desk, sculptural animal heads, and portraits of Theodore himself. Teddy’s also features valet parking, an outside patio, and catering options. The venue can also be rented out for private parties. With live entertainers and music nightly, as well as happy hour drink specials, Teddy’s Room is an upscale lounge that caters to the eclectic community of ...
13402 Noel Rd., Dallas, TX 75240
Palette presents guests with a canvas of urban American cuisine that is both trendy and whimsical. Executive Chef Eric Anderson has mastered the art of modernizing old time favorites, and constructs his menu around comfort food classics with a twist. For example, dishes like the Charred Roma Tomato Bisque with Fried Basil and Mini Grilled Cheese scream of home and the Herbed Chicken Breast with a candied sweet potato puree is savory satisfaction. Open for lunch, dinner, and late dining, Palette caters to the appetite and imagination with each meal tasted.
3030 Ross Ave., Dallas, TX 75204
Tucked beneath the Dallas Central Expressway is a stylish hot-spot known as the Sunset Lounge, a place for live music, sophisticated drinks and a late night crowd. Featuring new DJ’s every Friday night, the Sunset Lounge is a chic and hip place to grab a drink and dance the night away. They feature a dinner menu for upscale bar snacks, including paninis, flatbread pizza and other appetizers. Their signature drink menu, however, is what keeps patrons coming back to the Sunset Lounge. Known as a place “where hot bar meets cool lounge,” the Sunset Lounge’s cocktails and live music beats ...
1409 S. Lamar St., Dallas, TX 75215
The “Green Fairy” may be gone, but at the sultry, dark Absinthe Lounge and Cigar Bar, she’s making waves in a good way. Reminiscent of an old-school European tavern, the Absinthe Lounge is a bar and lounge featuring live music and exquisite signature cocktails under a green glow. Considered by regulars to be mellow, laid-back and secluded, this unique lounge has live music and drink specials every weekend. Glowing softly like the drink it’s named for, Absinthe Lounge and Cigar Bar is a little step out of Texas.
2816 Fairmount St., Dallas, TX 75201
Nick and Sam’s Grill opened as a spinoff of Nick and Sam’s Steakhouse, also located in Dallas. Owners Joseph Palladino and Phil Romano wanted to capture the ambiance and experience of the original Steakhouse, but at a more affordable price. Patrons can enjoy a mouthwatering New York Strip Steak with some famous “Nick and Sam’s Damn Good Fries” either indoors or out on the patio. Between both restaurants, the resemblance of the dining experience is uncanny. Personal parties can be hosted as well but usually at a reservation request.
18020 North Dallas Parkway, Dallas, TX 75287
From the brightly lit sign above the awning leading you in, to the polished wood that adorns the restaurant, it only takes a single step into Tre Amici to know you’re in a superior steakhouse. The menu consists of not only the finest cuts of beef, poultry, and seafood but also an assortment of gourmet sauces and a wide selection of domestic and Italian wines to accompany whatever you order. If you’re simply in the mood for wine, Tre Amici draws a crowd with their regular and late-night happy hours. Whether meeting for drinks or staying to dine, Tre Amici ...
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 ...