There’s certainly no shortage of good restaurants in Dallas. Whether you after traditional American cuisine, a taste from the East, or a pick from the ocean, there are plenty of options to choose from. This list is a compilation of the most talked about new restaurants in Dallas.
Everything in Stampede 66 is “made in Texas, by Texans,” making it the perfect place to experience traditional local cuisine. Stampede 66 is also one of only two Dallas restaurants to be featured in Esquire Magazine’s Best New Restaurants 2013 list.
Lark on the Park
Lark on the Park is the latest venture from restaurateur Shannon Wynne, and serves seasonal dishes in a contemporary setting. The restaurant has global influences, which is clearly reflected in both their décor and menu.
Spoon Bar and Kitchen
The Spoon and Bar Kitchen is a seafood restaurant that ensures all of its fish is sourced without compromising the oceans. The Spoon and Bar Kitchen is the most recent establishment by Chef John Tesar, and was the second Dallas Restaurant to be featured in Esquire Magazine’s Best New Restaurants 2013 list.
Joyce and Gigis
With a very intimate setting, Joyce and Gigi’s Kitchen certainly provides a special dining experience. Not ideal if you want to eat in peace and quiet. The energy in this establishment is electric and such a close seating plan makes it the perfect place to meet people. With a healthy menu largely made up of soups and salads, Joyce and Gigi’s Kitchen is ideal if you’re counting calories.
20 Feet is a quality seafood joint located in East Dallas. With a small and simple menu mainly compromising of fried fish and chips, co-owners Marc Cassel and Suzan Fries ensure each dish is cooked to perfection. One if the best things about 20 Feet is the price tag.
Mot Hai Ba
Mot Hai Ba is one of the newest editions to the West Village. This Vietnamese inspired restaurant mainly serves traditional Asian dishes.
The Slow Bone is the place to go if you’re after a Texas barbeque. Here you can experience some of the best sweet potatoes and hickory smoked meat in the city.
Luck Urban Craft Kitchen
Luck Urban Craft Kitchen, aka LUCK, is one of the newest restaurants in Dallas. LUCK places heavy emphasis on local produce, and with over 40 locally brewed beers on draft, it’s not just the place for a bite to eat.
Offering almost an entirely gluten-free menu, the Kozy Kitchen has certainly found its niche. Although the original restaurant opened many years ago, restaurateur Nick Nicholas Pavageaux recently opened the second establishment under the Kozy umbrella.
Souk at Trinity Grove is a Moroccan themed bistro. With vibrant colours, Moroccan made furniture and an open kitchen, Souk provides a unique dining experience unlike any other in Dallas.
If you want to experience Dallas at its best, then grab a bite to eat in one of these newly founded restaurants. For more information on dining in Dallas, please get in touch with us at Apartment Agents.