Ambiance: Cozy, Chic Industrial, Homey Why we love it: Traditional South American cuisine with a modern spin Go for: Dinner Standouts: Chicharrones, Mint Bread with Chimichurri Butter, Strawberry Rhubarb Sangria Know before you go: $5 valet. Wednesday all night happy hour
Ambiance: Dive-y, dark, laid-back Why we love it: Cool neighborhood bar with good food Go for: Pizza & Beer, game watching Standouts: Pizza Know before you go: Cash or AMEX only, featured on Diners, Drive-ins and Dives
Ambiance: Small, Cozy, seat yourself Why we love it: Relaxed friendly vibe and great beer selection Go for: Dinner, Beers and Apps Standouts: Resevoir Dog, Fish Tacos Know before you go: Can get noisy due to acoustics in this eatery
Ambiance: Trendy rustic, energetic vibe, large upstairs patio with separate bar with great view of downtown Dallas Why we love it: Great tasting healthy food in a fun, hip setting Go for: Dinner, Drinks, Lunch Standouts: Cochonita Nachos, Local Stirfry Bowl, HG BLT Know before you go: Menu based on the paleo (caveman) diet. H&G stands for "Hunt & Gather" and the mission of the restaurant to serve natural, unprocessed "nutriments" and "spirits".
Ambiance: Sleek, inviting, upbeat, vibrant social atmosphere Why we love it: Quality service, creative and consistent dishes, including Mexican, American, and Asian flavors Go for: Lunch, dinner, or drinks. Great for a fun group dinner. Standouts: Crab Fritters, Brisket Tacos, Shrimp Tacos, Fried Rice Bowl, Wagyu Burger Know before you go: Valet entrance is between Mesero Miguel and Fireside Pies. It's a very social, happening spot, so it can be loud, especially if you sit upstairs.
Ambiance: Fast casual, Order at counter Why we love it: Scratch kitchen, fresh baked buns and homemade sauces up the fresh factor Go for: Lunch, Dinner, Happy Hour Standouts: Ghost Burger, Lockhart Legend Burger, Turkey Burger Know before you go: Has a great Happy Hour
Ambiance: Trendy, Energetic, Great Patio Why we love it: Fresh sushi and innovative rolls as well as a great selection of entrees for non-sushi eaters. Go for: Happy Hour, Lunch, Dinner Standouts: Crab Potstickers, Salmon Skin Roll, Lobster Roll Know before you go: Use the valet parking
Ambiance: Traditional Irish pub, dark and comfortable Why we love it: Great neighborhood bar to hang with friends Go for: Beers, Happy Hour Standouts: Beer Selection, Friendly Service Know before you go: Owned and operated by native Dubliner
Ambiance: Casual, Relaxed, reminiscent of a seafood shack on the beach Why we love it: Fresh seafood at a reasonable price, two thatch-roof covered patios Go for: Happy hour, Dinner on the patio Standouts: Brisket Tacos, Pescado Zarandeado, Ceviche Know before you go: 2 covered patios, happy hour until 7pm, additional free parking in back
Ambiance: Small, cozy, quaint bistro Why we love it: Lovely menu includes favorites and seasonal chalkboard selections, charming atmosphere Go for: Brunch (get the burger), dinner with friends or date Standouts: Mushroom Soup, Roast Chicken, Bistro Steak Frites, Cheese and Charcuterie Plate Know before you go: Wise to make reservations-especially on the weekends
Ambiance: Intimate, trendy and classy Why we love it: Warm, energetic vibe, menu variety, friendly service Go for: Dinner with friends, business dinner, romantic dinner Standouts: Baked Dungeness Crab Dip, Grass-fed Bone-On Ribeye, Ice Box Pie Know before you go: Request seating in the back room if you want a quiet dinner
Specialty boutique brimming with "head to toe" looks with styles ranging from sassy bohemian cowgirl to urban eclectic. Find affordable as well as one-of-a-kind jewelry, accessories, boots, architectural relics and private label soaps and candles.
Using farm and locally-sourced ingredients, the line changes seasonally, and includes truffles, fudges, toffees, bars, popcorns, marshmallows, chocolate sauces, ice cream, sorbets, and whatever else is inspires this gourmet chocolatier.
Little Bean is a kid's shop tucked away in a open and airy storefront in East Dallas' historic Junius Heights neighborhood. The shop is stocked with clothing, accessories, gifts and art from independent designers.
With its modest sign and bone-white brick, it’s easy to overlook the Dallas Beer Kitchen. It doesn’t look particularly special or inviting; you might even say its plain. But once you walk through the doors, you’ll see what makes it such a cool spot.