Enjoy fine New American food in a welcoming blue-and-white room.
A casual sports bar with a special Saturday dinner: Chinese food.
The building is rich in history, with food to match.
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…
American fare in a spare but welcoming space.
A cacophony of canines, children, and caretakers converge for coffee.
Texas-size flavors in a Texas-size space.
Kin to the Houston Hearsays, this location on the Strand is worth a look-see.
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…
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…