The Farris brothers have combined these
two restaurants under one roof in the heart
of the Uptown district to bring to you the
best of Sardinian fare. The Arcodoro has a
woodburning pizza oven, a “see and be seen”
bar area and a casual dining atmosphere,
while the Pomodoro is more formal, with
requisite white tablecloths and candlelight.
11617 North Central Expwy, Dallas
This unique Asian fusion café and
dessert bar has a rotating menu featuring
Western-style desserts with an Asian twist,
fabulous coffees and traditional Thai fare.
Comfortable and modern, Asian Mint was
voted a Top Ten New Restaurant for 2005
by The Dallas Morning News.
3810 Congress Avenue, Dallas, 75219
Simple elegance combined with modern
style makes for a relaxed, warm and
welcoming atmosphere at Bellini’s, making
it perfect for an intimate gathering. Non-traditional and traditional authentic Italian
fare is served with artful flair.
3711 Greenville Avenue, Dallas, 75206
One of Dallas’ featured unique dining
experiences, Café Izmir features the best in
Middle Eastern tapas. The casual setting
is perfect for a relaxed evening filled with
sampling old world recipes filled with that
3314 Knox Street, Dallas, 75205
Located in the Knox-Henderson corridor,
fabulous Café Toulouse focuses on authentic,
traditional French home cooking while the
full bar offers a wide array of retro cocktails.
Indulge yourself by ordering the café’s
unique specialty: Belgian mussels prepared
six different ways.
5610 E. Mockingbird Lane, Dallas, 75206
7632 Campbell Road, Dallas, 75245
1520 Elm Street, Dallas, 75201
5405 W. Lovers Lane, Dallas, 75209
Campisi’s has been credited with
introducing Dallas to pizza back in
1946, and it has never stopped providing
Metroplex residents with the finest pies and
other Italian dishes.
(Joule Hotel Dallas)
1530 Main Street, Dallas, 75201
The classic steakhouse, Charlie Palmer
At The Joule, is considered a top Dallas
restaurant and picked by the Dallas Observer
as Best New Restaurant.
Cretia’s on McKinney
4438 McKinney Avenue, Dallas, 75205
Come and enjoy the ultimate in balancing
acts – as Cretia’s on McKinney juggles being
a bar, bakery, coffee shop and couture clothing
store. Truly a “night on the town” experience,
Cretia’s brings the best in hip and trendy while
delivering delicious fare served with style.
Dick’s Last Resort
Houston St. at N. Lamar, Dallas, 75202
“The Shame of the West End,” Dick’s has
74 different kinds of beer, and serves up
barbecue ribs, chicken, catfish, shrimp, crab
legs, steaks and salads, all in an atmosphere
that mother warned you about.
2332 Leonard Street, Dallas, 75201
Trendy and hip Dragonfly is located inside
the Hotel ZaZa, and offers an eclectic
atmosphere reflective of Chef Mac Cassel’s
global fusion menu.
Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck
300 Reunion Boulevard, Dallas, 75202
Celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck’s first fine
dining restaurant in the Metroplex sits atop
Reunion Tower, the 560-foot-tall Dallas
landmark. There, he serves up peaceful
ambience with his usual array of cutting-edge gastronomic masterpieces.
6126 Luther Lane, Dallas, 75225
Flying Fish takes its inspiration from the
bounty of East Texas’ many prime fishing
locations and the local eateries that service
them. Some of the grub you’ll find include
catfish, shrimp, oysters, crab, gumbo,
po’boys and burgers.
3211 Oak Lawn Avenue, Dallas, 75219
Vietnamese fare featuring pho, spring rolls
and the namesake papaya salad made with
mint, pork and crushed peanuts. Patrons
rave about the canh chua (sweet and sour
soup with veggies and shrimp or chicken)
and claim it’s the best in the world.
Iron Cactus Mexican Grill
& Margarita Bar
1520 Main Street, Dallas, 75201
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