Restaurants for History Buffs in Dallas, Texas
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 withFoodiesGreenTrendsters
- 53 reviews
Vegetarian friendly, locally-sourced food, clean lines, super expensive espresso machine (not super expensive espresso), and a great walk-friendly location. My favorites: egg white and veggie sausage skillet, fried green tomato BLT (minus the B, extra fried T), forest mushroom quinoa and veggie fajitas. The service is super smiley, even when they're slammed, and the space is open and clean. And ...Popular withFoodiesLocalVegetarian
This is Dallas’ longest serving vegetarian restaurant. Make sure you look for a temple, not a restaurant, when looking for this gem. You’ll probably run into barefoot worshipers in the hall, but rest assured all diners will wear shoes. Each vegan, vegetarian and wheat item is clearly marked as such on the Indian food menu. No frozen or canned vegetables ...Popular withVegetarianFoodiesSpiritual
So this place looks a little crazy, but the menu is a little nutso too, so they go well together. Mostly Indian-inspired vegetarian dishes, but there are also some Southwestern favorites on the menu, like Spinach Enchiladas in a cheese sauce. I find the menu to be fairly all over the place with walnuts, cream cheese and honey on nan ...Popular withVegetarianSpiritualBudget
- 82 reviews
This place is 100% vegan, so you can truly feel free to order anything on the menu, "ice cream" and cakes included. Yes! A stress-free vegan experience. The Protein Platter is my staple with black beans, quinoa, avocado and tahini. They have organic beer and wine options to boot. Almost everything is made from scratch, so there's a lot of ...Popular withVegetarianBudgetLocal
- 95 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 withFoodiesGreen
The proud owners of the Garden Cafe try to use their own home grown vegetables or those locally produced. Local, organic, free range eggs only. I love sitting in the vegetable garden out back under the terrace; the kids can discover nature, the veggies can grow, and I can catch up on emails with a great latte, all at the ...Popular withWellnessBudgetLocal
Tillman's atmosphere is hands down one of the best in Dallas. It is as if you are dinning in the retail store of Urban Outfitters. The drinks are excellent with a great lounging area. Also, you can roast smores at your dinner table for desert!
Trinity Hall is the place to go in Dallas for those who enjoy watching soccer. Often the place gets at maximum capacity, yet the service is fantastic! With several screens of various sizes, and a crowd mostly fanatic about soccer, at Trinity Hall watching soccer becomes an experience!Popular withLocalNightlifeVegetarian
- 203 reviews
Whataburger is a popular Dallas burger chain that can be found in various locations throughout the Dallas, Fort Worth, and Arlington, Texas area. I decided to try one to experience what it was about and I was pleasantly surprised. It was a pretty good burger.