An old Uptown fave returns with a new gloss.
Farm-to-table heartiness in Frisco.
Pork out at this lively tapas bar from a legendary Spanish ham company.
Avocado-centric restaurant in Trinity Groves is a pleasant surprise.
An island favorite is back and as good as ever.
No beach but plenty of coast.
The classic American fare at Harvey Washbangers makes laundry day a little more appealing.
A serious Italian chef makes this little house the real deal.
Peli Peli asserts its South African self with big flavors and dramatic interiors.
The wood-fired pizzas and craft cocktails have a cult following.
Playful space, serious pizza.
A sleek, see-and-be-seen spot for contemporary Japanese food.
Bright, light, and modern Mexican.
Mexican street food, a festive space, and more.
Simple, sustainable food and cocktails too.
Downtown bistro ups the ante for elegant dining in West Texas.
Casual Mediterranean fare in Rice Village’s Politan Row.
Near Southside hideaway adds a touch of elegance to the neighborhood.
Man meets grill. Things get heated.
Retro meets contemporary in the Sinclair Hotel’s steakhouse.
Steaks, burgers, sushi, and more.
A hot-ticket EaDo eatery with a little space and a big reputation.
Elegant Indian restaurant with some new twists on old favorites.
An oh-so-French place in upscale Uptown Park.
Bite-size delights at Dallas’s first restaurant dedicated to pinchos.
A family-run spot for upscale American fare in a comfortable setting.
Authentic Mexican tacos in the heart of downtown.
A second location, near the tollway, feeds fanatical fans of Oishii’s pan-Asian cuisine.
Ramen with a spicy flair in Deep Ellum.
Virgin Hotel’s stylish restaurant features Matt McCallister’s modern American fare.
A varied selection of sushi in smart, suburban digs.
A menu straight out of Mexico City.
Tim Love turns to Italian for his latest hometown bistro.
Staffed by Culinary Institute students, sleek Savor hits all the right notes.
Originality and complexity—and a twenty-foot grill—are front and center at Kevin Fink's Hestia.
Steaks, burgers, and a trove of history at the Hotel Paisano.
Elevated seafood, pasta, and steaks.
Multicolored lights, mariachis, and famous Mexican fare come to the Rim.
Austin's epicenter of the Southern renaissance.
Locally sourced meats, fantastic breads, and warm hospitality in a charmingly updated 1911 house.
This historic River Walk steakhouse charms with a cozy setting and excellent food.
This pizzeria-by-day, club-by-night hits all the right notes.
Upscale Mediterranean in the heart of the Medical Center.
A no-nonsense favorite with a tight but impressive Mexican menu.
A seasonal, globe-trotting menu equals a packed house at Ryan Lachaine's stylish Montrose eatery.
Japanese-Peruvian fusion fare in Politan Row.
Pretty, popular new addition to the Uptown dining scene.
Creative Southeast Asian cuisine in Rice Village’s Politan Row food hall.
This Midtown charmer is positively Parisian.
Standing in line is well worth your patience at this weekend joint.