Ambiance: Cozy, Casual, Intimate Why we love it: Some of the best artisan pizzas in town along with craft cocktails and a low-key vibe Go for: Dinner Standouts: Triple 'Roni Pizza, Fireside Cheese Salad, Specials Know before you go: Does not take reservation-stays busy
Classic neighborhood pub serving great pub grub, beer, wine and spirits. Interior is dark and finished out with some antiques and the outside patio is a nice place to people watch. When Dallas has a cold snap and you want a warm up be sure to try one of their hot toddys like the classic Hot Buttered Rum or an Abuela: hot chocolate, tequila cream liqueur, whipped cream and cinnamon.
Ambiance: Dive-y, dark lounge, mini jukeboxes at booths Why we love it: Dallas institution serving tasty thin crust pizza since 1950 Go for: Lunch, Dinner, Takeout Standouts: Pizza Know before you go: The original sign was for the Egyptian Lounge but the family could not afford a new sign so Lounge was changed to Restaurant and has remained for over 60 years
Ambiance: Stylish, Sleek, Casual Trendy Why we love it: The authentic Afghan cuisine and signature cocktails are pure delight. Go for: Dinner, Cocktails Standouts: Bulanee, Mantoo, Beef Kofta, Handcrafted Cocktails Know before you go: Grab a cocktail at the rooftop bar and cozy up by the fire pit
Ambiance: Casual, Order at the counter and given a celebrity name for pick up Why we love it: Exotic game meats when available like venison, elk and ostrich round out the basic burger menu in an upbeat environment Go for: Casual lunch or dinner, homemade custard shakes Standouts: Beef, Buffalo, Turkey Burgers with fun add-ons like Green Chilis and Fritos Know before you go: Featured on Diners, Drive-ins and Dives (original location on Commerce)
Ambiance: Casual, Hipster, Laid-back Why we love it: Farm-to-table food, a large beer selection and a double decker patio to enjoy it all Go for: Dinner, Brunch Standouts: Hammered Goat Flatbread, Shiner Brisket Sliders, great beer selection Know before you go: Located next to the historic Granada Theater
Sophisticated yet approachable spot serving handcrafted cocktails and classic drinks. Velvet couches, wood floors, dim lighting and DJ's make this a great place to socialize with friends or after dinner drinks on date night.
Ambiance: Serene, Classy Casual Why we love it: Popular Thai eatery where the cuisine consistently satisfies Go for: Lunch, Dinner Standouts: Pork Tenderloin, Green Papaya Salad, Tulip Dumplings Know before you go: Dress code-no athletic shorts, tank tops or baseball cap (bill reversed)
Signature cocktails hand crafted from house made juices, bitters, syrups, infusions and mixers. The bar also offers a wide selection of craft brews and hand selected wines. A small bistro menu is designed to complement the drink list. Great for cocktails and appetizers before a movie at the Angelika.
Love the online looks and prices of your favorite clothing brand but wish you could try before you buy? Stop into this guideshop where you will get one-on-one service with the ability to choose colors, try the fit and place the order right in the shop.
At Accents you will find a diverse and fantastic selection of fashion-forward jewelry, tops, dresses, handbags, and other fabulous gifts you won’t find anywhere else. And best of all, the wallet-friendly prices will make you feel like you’ve just found a secret treasure trove.
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.
While HG Sply Co.'s menu is healthier than most, it isn't just for the health crazed. They have found a unique and delicious way to combine clean, hearty and natural flavors so that everyone can find something they love.
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.