I recently put together the best brunch spots in Dallas and now wanted to share some of the best dinner places whether it is for date night, family dinners or just going out with friends.
Neighborhood Services: The Butcher’s Prime Meatballs with their original voodoo sauce are a must. I also highly recommend the Bacon Cheddar Primo Burger that comes with their delicious sea-salted russet frites and the ‘London Broil’ steak frites.
The Honor Bar: Deviled eggs are the best appetizer on the menu. In terms of main course, I would do either the Ding’s Crispy Chicken sandwich that comes with buttermilk fried chicken, baby Swiss and spicy slaw or the Honor Burger.
Billy Can Can: I recommend the assortment of deviled eggs that come with blue crab, candied bacon, crispy country ham, pickled okra, pickled shrimp, and smoked paprika. The Billy Burger comes with texas beef, longhorn cheddar, benton’s bacon, caramelized onions, texas IPA mustard, pickled jalapeños, and hand-cut fries. The long-bone pork chop is whiskey-brined, served with braised mustard greens in a ham hock broth, dried apricots & leafy greens.
Barcelona Wine Bar: One of the things I miss the most about living in Madrid is the food. I love going to this restaurant as it takes me back to living in Spain. I recommend ordering 4-5 things for every two people as it’s mostly tapas style. Jamon serrano, patatas bravas, jamon and manchego croquetas, pan con tomate, and the marinated olives are all delicious.
Sixty Vines: They have a pretty expansive menu but the pizzas never disappoint. They do rotate a few times a year. Their fig and prosciutto pizza is heavenly. You also can’t go wrong with their classic margherita pizza. They have various locations throughout Texas.