Restaurants for Nightlife Lovers in Dallas
- 412 reviews
Best pizza place in town. Love the Zoli and the dessert pizzas! Also the sangria is delicious. Dog friendly patio!Popular withFoodies
Using only food that comes from wildlife and natural farming (think paleo), HG Sply caters to meat eaters, vegans, veggies, gluten-freebies, and non-processed food nuts. If that's you, then get here. I've tried over one hundred hummus plates, and this one was actually different: bacon chips, cukes, cauliflower, red pepper, and jicama replaced the typical pita bread. Make your own ...Popular withVegetarianLocalFoodies
- 472 reviews
Yes, please open one in the Bay Area! Gelato galore, one could not decide! I love how they have many different fun flavors like caramel bacon, blueberry cheesecake, or lavender. They also make a pretty mean espresso. We were here for hours playing some of the board games they had on hand. High five to the staff for going the ...
The Blue Goose Cantina has great Tex-Mex fare. No trip to Texas is complete without Tex-Mex and margaritas, and the 'ritas here are fantastic. The cheese fondue and sangria are great too. Check out the events page of their website in advance for live music and holiday events-- Day of the Dead and St. Patrick's Day are two big ones.
My husband and I go to Gloria's on a regular basis. We love to eat out and this is def. one of our favorites. The Margaritas are great, the chips, salsa, and black beans are free and absolutely endless. (no really, they don't even ask, there are special waiters that go around and refill you all night), and the atmosphere ...
- 522 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 withFoodies
- 542 reviews
I love this place. We manage to eat here 2-3 times a year as we live in Lubbock. Best steaks in the world. The bread is something we usually bring back to Lubbock x6. The dessert is mouth watering. The staff is friendly, very competent. I love this place. The only thing negative I would say is the Kobe beef ...Popular withLuxuryFoodiesBusiness
If you can't find something yummy to eat here, check your pulse. Yes, it's theme-y and overdone inside but there's no denying that the food is fantastic. I've been a number of times but must recently went for a girlfriend's birthday and I was pleased at the lighter fare menu that had some pretty sweet options under 550 calories.
- 562 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 withFoodiesTrendstersLocal
- 582 reviews
Located in the fabulous Crescent Court, Palomino is one of my absolute favorite dining destinations in town. The have a 24/7 happy hour menu, there are TVs in the bar area, and the setting is perfect for meeting friends and just having a casual social gathering. I've lost count of the times I've congregated here, but it never gets old. ...Popular withLocalFoodiesBudget
- 592 reviews
This restaurant/bar has an in-ground pool.. Trendy, fun, bottle service by the pool. Cabanas available. Pretty people... Club by night. Walkable to the house. Thursday, Friday, Sat nights super busy. Pool super busy on Sat, Sun. Think, DJ spinning by the pool... Mini Vegas.