Hondo’s is about making memories, and you can’t help but take away a few.
This EaDo bistro in a historic building is drawing fans from around town.
Casual spot for Creole and Southern comfort cooking.
A lively spot specializing in Neapolitan pizza, salads, meatballs, and wine.
Authentic Texas barbecue in a homey setting worth a drive.
A bright, cheery cafe that enjoys a legion of foodie fans.
Richardson's biggest and best selection of dim sum.
Chewy, properly blistered Neapolitan pies served in a tiny, comfortably minimal space.
Italian favorites in a newly revamped space.
Clarksville is the better for this all-day cafe.
Family-owned restaurant with authentic Mediterranean food and a legendary lunch buffet.
A speakeasy atmosphere makes Town Square's flagship restaurant a big hit.
With a focus on fresh and local, Monica's is a step above.
A gussied-up homage to a Texas town—with food to match.
Casual neighborhood wine bar on SoCo.
Mike Tran's curry house has reopened with a new Thai focus.
A casual, down-home spot for burgers and chicken-fried steak.
Trendsetters flock to this handsome, clubby space from Mike Tran.
Popular family-owned spot serving homey Persian dishes.
Upgrades of comfort food classics and a laid-back space make this modern diner a hit.
Regionally inspired pub fare in a historic building.
Belly up to the bar at this British-turned-Texan pub.
Boasting more than 200 combinations of toppings, Brick Fire lets you build the pizza of your dreams.
Italy meets Spain in a hip cocktail lounge and coffee bar with satisfying tapas and pizza.
Thai and Vietnamese make a happy marriage at this modern Clearfork spot.
Grill your own beef tongue or calamari rings at the table hibachi.
If Dallas visitors want a quintessential barbecue experience, Hard Eight delivers.
A modern diner with a bar and cool patio.
Old-school Italian in a cozy setting.
Shrimp and snapper and flounder and burgers and stuff.
A beer garden and beer-friendly menu draw an eclectic crowd to this East Dallas gastropub.
Lesser-known dishes from Thailand's Isan region have earned this restaurant a cult following.
Now in a brick-and-mortar spot, Desert Oak remains the only traditional Central Texas–style barbecue in town.
Rev your engine at the Gage Hotel's coffee shop.
Hold the cream sauces, bring on the grains and vegetables.
Bountiful bowls of ramen have folks lining up at this wildly popular Austin import.
Reliable Thai and sushi rolls near Times Square Cinema.
Texas comfort food and a lively rooftop bar.
Top-quality fish and flavorful sauces give these poke bowls an edge.
This airy, chef-driven cafe, bakery, and market sets the bar high.
A humble spot with delicious Filipino food.
Warm Vietnamese comfort food in a chill setting.
Mediterranean with a South American accent.
A sports bar with excellent burgers.
Live music and Cajun/Creole seafood attract a happy crowd.
A colorful spot for street-style tacos and giant burritos.
Pizzas, pastas, and even empanadas are on the menu at La Cucina.
Steaks and Stonehenge plus draft beer and drama.
A spot as cheery as its name.
The best barbecue in the known universe.