Cajun and Creole cuisine spoken here.
New Orleans favorites are all here – from
frog legs to boudin to crawfish etouffe.
The seafood gumbo is exquisite, and
there’s nothing like fried alligator as an
appetizer. Try to save room, though, for
the bread pudding with bourbon sauce
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
4511 McKinney Avenue
Join local favorite Kent Rathbun as he
takes you on a global adventure with an
emphasis on the Pacific Rim. Order the
signature dish, “Lobster Shooters,” and let
the fun begin.
11617 North Central Expressway
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.
3908 Cedar Springs
“Buli” stands for “Because U Love It” –
and everyone loves this cute little coffee
shop, with its signature Buli Meal Deal,
served in tin lunch box. Enjoy sandwiches
of barbecued brisket on panini or chicken
with raspberry chipotle. For dessert,
choose from a wide array of Italian
gelatos, homemade pies, cakes, pastries
4537 Cole Avenue
Locals love Adelmo’s, a family owned
and operated restaurant with a romantic,
old-fashioned atmosphere that serves
authentic Italian specialties.
3810 Congress Avenue
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
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 “home-cooked” flavor.
4217 Oaklawn Avenue
Al Biernat’s is much more than a great
steakhouse! Our menu rises above the
traditional grill menu, with popular
entrees such as Pan Seared Sea Bass
over Lobster Risotto, Australian Cold
Water Lobster Tail, Veal Osso Bucco,
Colorado Lamb Chops or Elk Filet. The
extensive wine list offers over 650 rare
selections and a sommelier’s expertise. Al
Biernat personally greets you at the door
to ensure your delightful dining experience.
Come see why Al Biernat’s is known as
one of the best restaurants in the world.
3314 Knox Street
Located in the Knox-Henderson corridor,
fabulous Café Toulouse focuses on
Arcodoro & Pomodoro
2708 Routh Street