You may have all heard that everything is bigger in Texas. Well, Dallas does its best to fulfill that promise. You'll find several museums with vast art collections and fascinating specialty museums like The Sixth Floor Museum/Texas School Book Depository, which, though small in size, offers an immense amount of information about the assassination of John F. Kennedy. And of course, visit a local steakhouse for a terrific (and enormous) meal.
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4.5 based on 898 reviews
Do yourself a favor next time you're in East Dallas. Stop by Jimmy's for a sandwich and a glass of wine or a shot of espresso. It's a cool little shop with some groceries, including imported stuff from Italy, a massive wine selection (again, mostly Italian wines), and a meat counter / deli in the back. My favorite sandwich is the Italian Stallion. If you get a large it will last you two or more meals, depending on your appetite, and it's remarkably affordable!
4.5 based on 1 reviews
I have tried all this chain restaurant has to offer: steak, seafood and the cantina. All my experience over the years of traveling to Texas has not disappoint. The visit to the steakhouse was also spectacular! The beef carpaccio and foie gras were amazing, besides the steak itself.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
I went here for a business dinner. I would say food quality was equal to a top steakhouse but just cheaper. We started with an app sampler. Had coconut shrimp (biggest ever), tuna, and meat crustini. Apps were really good. I got a special w filet and shrimp. I had them blackened the shrimp. I got two monster size shrimp cooked perfectly. The service was perfect. I have no complaints and would go out of my way to return
4.5 based on 861 reviews
I have been here a few times over the last 5 years and it has yet to disappoint. The atmosphere is fun (though it can be a bit loud) and the food delicious.
I’d like recommend a soufflé (as either a main dish or desert). There are special ones so be sure to ask your server what hey are.
4.5 based on 507 reviews
Came here for lunch after it was recommended by my realtor. It was great.... I recommend the Spicy Tikka chicken. Great flavor, not terrible on the price. But they are big tacos. Only need about 2 per adult lunch.... 1 for a child..... 3-4 if you’ve been out drinking.
4.5 based on 349 reviews
In the heart of Oak Lawn just south of the Lemmon/Oak Lawn intersection and minutes from downtown Dallas, this is the first market that started it all! Welcome to Eatzi's Market & Bakery, a European-style eatery, where every day is another chance to create great food for great people! We make the food you've eaten your whole life and the food you've never tried before with the help of a team committed to superb service. Our atmosphere is intimate but casual, so we make it easy to select and savor exactly what you're craving.
Wow. Wonderful choices for take out food and drink. High Quality. Fantastic concept of European market or eataly. Chef-prepared meals such as grilled meats and seafood, sushi, custom sandwiches and salads, breads, deli meats and cheeses, pastries, desserts, beer, and wine. Need to try the one in Plano.
4.5 based on 199 reviews
We toured the presidential library and decided to walk 130 feet for a late lunch. The atmosphere was a little fancy, and I am sure people visit from all over the world. Our waitress was awesome and very helpful. Our party of four all tried different foods, and everyone was happy with their food. They have odd hours, but if you are visiting the library, you should check out the cafe.
4.5 based on 125 reviews
Great food and service found here. Awesome choices of food and drinks. Adult beverage specials daily. A favorite destination for my grandson.
4.5 based on 791 reviews
Our Dallas seafood, steak and crab house restaurant offers the freshest Florida stone crab, fine wines, full bar and tender steaks. Enjoy fine dining with our weekly updated seafood and steak menu.
First and foremost, downstairs bar area servers offered outstanding service and were very attentive. However, once seated upstairs for our dinner reservation everything went downhill. Both crab cakes and king crab mac/cheese had large pieces of shell in them that could lacerate your mouth. Our server asked if we were ordering entrees, and we said we were ordering a bunch of appetizers and drinks because we needed to get to the symphony. From that point forward, he completely ignored our table and needed a signal flare to get him to come by every half hour or so. Escargot was under-cooked and nothing ordered with exception of prime meatballs was finished in a party of five because it was all mediocre. It was if the ghosts of Helen Keller and Ray Charles were guest chefs. The Maitre D was notified of the service/food quality and made no effort to rectify the situation in anyway. With a dozen amazing fine dining restaurants within walking distance, we were perplexed with the lack of service and quality. We would have had a better time updating Windows while eating a Hungry Man microwave dinner. The original location in Addison was outstanding, so we were disappointed this location has gone downhill. Our party had both carnivores and vegetarians and both were disappointed. Even the asparagus wasn't good, how is that possible? To screw up Crab Macaroni, Crab-cakes, Escargot, Asparagus and everything but the meatballs is quite difficult.
4.5 based on 576 reviews
Loved the Rodeo Goat...don't make the mistake I did by forgoing a burger! The cheese fries? Oh my goodness, are they amazing!!! Came with colleagues, and we had great service and great food (most interesting menu of burgers I've ever seen!!) Parking lot is small/crowded, so be patient, it's worth the effort!
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