Restaurants for Local Culture in Dallas
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- 11402 Main St, Dallas, TX 75202
Definitely a good place to go for drinks (and food) when you're downtown, either with friends or when you're out to make new ones. The seating area spills out into the street, and it's usually a hotspot of activity. Bring some friends!Popular with
- 22001 Flora St, Dallas, TX 752019 reviews
The Nashers of Dallas are such devout arts patrons that not only have they installed a number of art pieces from their personal collection at NorthPark Center, they built an entire museum in the Arts District to house both works from their collection and feature traveling exhibits. The grounds and even the building itself are a work of art as ...Popular with
- 52912 Elm, Dallas, TX 752261 review
Rosemont, a modern diner located in the Deep Ellum nightlife district just east of downtown, has a breakfast and lunch menu as straightforward as its clean and simple interior. Chef Tracy Miller’s American fare features waffles, chicken salad sandwiches, and powdered doughnuts.Popular with
- 61326 South Lamar Street, Dallas, TX2 reviews
Super-cool bar located just south of Downtown that is really worth the wait on the weekends. Better yet, make a reservation. The farm-to-table menu changes regularly and the drinks are prepared by top-notch mixologists. These guys care about their craft. The place has great ambiance (reminds me of a sweet basement apartment) and a firepit on the back patio.Popular with
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- 811661 Preston Rd, Dallas, TX 75230
#BeStuffed #BeTipsy It would be foolish to visit Dallas without sampling the food at this Tex-Mex institution and sampling their frozen margaritas. You probably were unaware that the frozen margarita was in fact born in this very city! BrokeGirlsGuide.com
- 1210433 Lombardy Ln4 reviews
There are better places than Dallas to get your Tex Mex on, San Antonio in my opinion has better. But they do a good enough job and give you enough options to keep things interesting. For a chain Pappasito's is doing some great things. The Houston based franchise works hard to create a better than average Tex Mex experience. Using ...
- 14316 West 7th Street, Dallas, TX, United States2 reviews
In the Bishop Arts District in Oak Cliff, a neighborhood southwest of downtown recently gentrified by artists, designers, boutique owners, and restaurateurs, Oddfellows riffs on Mexican, Italian, and American classics. Dishes range from gingerbread pancakes to lamb and mint sausage Bolognese.Popular with
- 15614 W Davis St, Dallas, TX 75208
Another great restaurant in the Bishop Arts area. Here you will find great, fresh and mainly local fare here. If the weather is nice you'll want to enjoy a seat on the patio. In keeping with the green theme, this building was recycled from a gas station into a hip restaurant.Popular with
- 168300 Preston Center Plaza, Dallas, TX
Part of the Hillstone Group, R+D Kitchen has been tempting diners for years with their creative eclectic dishes. They have a full bar staffed by some of the best bartenders in the entire city. Excellent atmosphere and a great place for people watching.
- 18901 Fort Worth Avenue, Dallas, TX, United States5 reviews
Key Lime Pie! It's the biggest serving of dessert I've ever seen. (And it's good.) Their servings in general are sizeable, and it probably won't help your svelte figure to finish off a plate, but a starving gal (i.e. me, after being on a plane all day) can definitely polish off their briskett - and yes, it's good. It saddens ...Popular with
- 193699 McKinney Avenue #307, Dallas, TX, United States2 reviews
Mexican restaurant in West Village. Trolley ride, or short drive, or cab. Try the frozen mambo taxi, the mambo taxi is Dallas Institution. Great patio, great people watching, super trendy. Saturday and Sunday lunch is a total scene. Dinner Wed-Sun night is also a scene. Must go to west village while you're in town!