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.
Ambiance: Small, quaint, southern, long white marble bar Why we love it: Delicious cuisine, interesting menu, hospitable service Go for: Lunch, dinner, casual date night Standouts: Fried Chicken, Shrimp and Grits, Buttermilk Pecan Pie Know before you go: Valet parking out front
Ambiance: Vibrant, Trendy and high energy Why we love it: Upbeat vibe, interesting menu, handmade cocktails Go for: Dinner with friends, drinks Standouts: Lollipop Lambchops, Warm Sticky Toffee Cake, Peppersmash Cocktail Know before you go: Can get very loud and crowded-especially at the bar.
Ambiance: Cozy, casual,upbeat vibe Why we love it: Delicious food, fun atmosphere with live guitar music on the weekend Go for: Dinner with friends or date night, good for groups Standouts: Hummus, Chicken Kabobs, Saffron Rice Know before you go: Noise level can be very loud when busy
Ambiance: Casual, small eatery with hipster vibe Why we love it: Wonderful natural, fresh food, reasonable prices, friendly staff Go for: Breakfast, lunch, gluten-free options Standouts: Chicken and Waffles, short ribs, sweet potato fries, coffee
Ambiance: Warm, romantic, friendly, Why we love it: Reasonable wine list, live piano music, throw-back menu Go for: Romantic dinner Standouts: Champagne Brie Soup, Beef Tenderloin Diane and the Grand Marnier Souffle Know before you go: Plan on a leisurely dining experience-not a quick meal
Ambiance: Fun and lively, trendy, casual Why we love it: Great vibe, food, cocktails and music Go for: Lunch, dinner, drinks and jazz Standouts: The signature dish- the "Italcho" (Italian nachos), Meat Lasagna, Crab Claws Know before you go: Can be long waits on the weekend so make reservations early. Rooftop dining is a nice choice
Ambiance: Casual, open dining area, patio overlooking the hustle and bustle of the Knox-Henderson area Why we love it: Great hand-crafted cocktails at the 45 foot bar, yummy food Go for: Lunch, Dinner, drinks and appetizers on patio Standouts: Fried Port Salut Cheese, Buttermilk Fried Chicken Cobb Salad, Short-Rib Stroganoff, Stodg Burger Know before you go: Use the complimentary valet parking behind the restaurant, gets very busy at peak hours
Ambiance: Intimate, Casual, Upbeat Why we love it: Seasonal chef-driven menu in this cozy neighborhood bistro Go for: Lunch, Dinner Standouts: Crab Cake Salad (Lunch), Pumpkin Ravioli, Beef Tenderloin (dinner) Know before you go: Parking can be difficult, BYOB $3 corkage fee per person
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.