Jun 22, 2017 By Texas Monthly

Enjoy fine New American food in a welcoming blue-and-white room.


Jan 20, 2016 By Texas Monthly

Edith Wharton devotees (or those who find the reclaimed-wood trend just a bit twee) might see this secreted dining room as a revelation—beautiful high ceilings, velvet banquettes, and cheeky framed nudes on the gallery walls. The space is hushed; we were almost the lone table. The food aspires to be…


Nov 13, 2017 By Texas Monthly

A cacophony of canines, children, and caretakers converge for coffee.

Henry’s Tavern

May 27, 2017 By Texas Monthly

american This must be one of the largest restaurants in this town; only a small portion is devoted to dining (although food is available at all the bars). A brioche roll was the foundation for a burger layered with sharp cheddar and whole-grain mustard sauce (beware if you upgrade to…

HG Sply Co.

Oct 4, 2016 By Texas Monthly

An outpost of the popular Dallas original, this treasure trove of natural foods is a welcome addition. Those following vegan, paleo, gluten-free, and dairy-free diets find ample choices, as do omnivores. Ginger-garlic hummus served with a haystack of crisp crudités is an instant winner, as is the jumble of crispy…