A sophisticated, French-inspired spot offering a menu of sweet and savory soufflés.
An East Dallas gem with a farm-to-table slant.
With a Jalisco-influenced menu, José feels like a splashy Mexican resort airlifted to North Dallas.
Cozy Irish pub brings good, affordable food to the Arts District.
Hand rolls star at this handsome Uptown sushi bar.
This no-frills counter-service restaurant offers top-notch seafood at modest prices.
Offering food from all over the globe is a tall order.
Nestled in the old Lakewood neighborhood, this intimate spot offers comforting food and friendly service.
Skyline view upstairs, pretty patio below—and the food is up and down too.
The city’s best gourmet tacos.
An unexpected honky-tonk in Deep Ellum, serving up country music and Texas home cooking.
Chef José Meza Arróyave dishes out authentic Mexican cuisine in a sleek, modern space.
Updated brasserie classics in a modern setting.
The tacos are good, and so is the atmosphere at this hip Henderson spot.
Tapas, cocktails, and a moody lounge draw a cool crowd to this Deep Ellum bar.
A longstanding hot spot for its see-and-be-seen atmosphere, great cocktails, and creative dishes.
Superb sushi at a tiny Uptown spot.
Kent Rathbun's Asian-inspired hot spot in Victory Park.
A chic but relaxed Mediterranean hot spot.
Bold Southwestern flavors from legendary chef Dean Fearing.
The seafood’s still fresh and great at this iconic Dallas restaurant.
Odd name, cool bar, excellent food.
Elevated modern food in a sleek Design District setting.
This no-frills, counter-order kitchen serves solid American fare with a few Japanese dishes thrown in for good measure.
The cocktails are great and the food better than it has to be in this charming 1800's farmhouse.
The decor evokes a glammed-up saloon but the fare is sophisticated.
Tacos and fine wine in a delightful rehabbed house in Bishop Arts.
House-made salumi and charcuterie is the big draw at Lucia's new sibling.
This Chicago-based “fresh-casual” concept is a welcome addition to Uptown.
This tiny East Dallas spot has a cult following.
A smart wine bar with an energetic crowd and a wide-ranging menu.
The street tacos and tequila cocktails are surprisingly exceptional as this Deep Ellum bar.
This splashy Design District spot shows reverence for Italian cuisine, especially handmade pastas, crudos, and wood-grilled seafood.
Stodgy Japanese tradition takes a backseat.
This reliable steakhouse is swanky yet relaxed, with a lovely view of the city.
This restaurant within a restaurant from Regino Rojas is a hidden gem.
Casual-cool spot in Highland Park Village specializes in Neapolitan-style pizza.
Sachertorte, quiche, and more at the Adolphus.
In the heart of the Knox-Henderson area, this spot serves up creative cocktails and solid American food.
Julian Barsotti's old-school Italian restaurant.
Fun, games, and elevated bar food are all on the menu at the Statler Hotel’s sprawling restaurant.
No-frills spot specializing in Lao and Thai dishes.
In-table roasters make Japanese barbecue fun.
Fresh little stop for a quick dose of poke.
The location and the bar are the best things going for this new spot on lower Greenville.
Asian-inspired shareable plates and cocktails in a clubby setting.
This posh, long-standing steakhouse is still at the top of its game.
Iconic hole-in-the-wall serving classic Mexican dishes made from old family recipes.
Pricey steakhouse with a Vegas vibe.
Cocktails and a light menu in an airy space above Uchi.