Summer is winding down in Dallas-Fort Worth, and the promise of fall is right around the corner. While many of us dream of cooler temperatures, we want to soak up every last bit of fun that summer has to offer! Whether you’re seeking a wild and crazy night on the town, or a romantic evening with your partner, our list of some of the best restaurants in DFW is sure to help! Be sure to make your last summer adventures even more special by booking one of our luxury cars or limos! Find our great rates and more information here. We look forward to helping you make the most of your summer!

The Best Restaurants in Dallas

City Hall Bistro – 1231 Commerce Street, Dallas, Texas, 75202. Phone: 214.742.8200

City Hall Bistro serves incredible food all day long. It’s name comes from the Adolphus Hotel’s legacy as the original site intended for Dallas’ city hall. The menu is a delicious feast of southern European inspired cuisine. It features scrumptious dishes such as caramelized beets, lamb burger, lobster flatbread, and more! The wine list is also extensive. For more information on City Hall Bistro, visit their website, here.

Corrientes 348 – 1807 Ross Avenue, Dallas, Texas, 75201. Phone: 214.220.0348

Dallas is proud to be the home to the first Argentinean steakhouse in the United States, Corrientes 348. Corrientes refers to the famous street in Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina. This restaurant’s menu features classic Argentinean dishes, wish a handmade touch, signature meats, and superior ingredients. Their beef goes through an extensive selection process, as does their amazing wine list! Their menu is guaranteed to make your mouth water!

Town Hearth – 1617 Market Center Boulevard, Dallas, Texas, 75207. Phone: 214.761.1617

Town Hearth is located in Dallas’ Design District. It is a newer restaurant and is run by chef Nick Badovinus. The dining room is full of beautiful crystal chandeliers, truly designed to dazzle you. With a boisterous and fun atmosphere, Town Hearth will have you coming back time and time again just to enjoy the place! The fact that the food is incredible is an added bonus. Good luck choosing just one main course — they are all insanely amazing!

Feed Company Eatery and Bourbon Lounge – 5631 Alta Avenue, Dallas, Texas, 75206. Phone: 214.821.3415

Head down to Feed Company Eatery and Bourbon lounge for a broad selection of brown liquor as well as amazing food. You can eat breakfast all day long, or score some awesome street tacos or hearty dishes while you’re there! Favorite menu items include the shrimp and grits, buttermilk pancakes, and migas!

Hot Joy – 3130 Lemmon Avenue, Dallas, Texas, 75204. Phone: 214.628.2468

Originally from San Antonio, Hot joy only has plans to stay in Dallas for two years. Its Asian flavors appear all throughout the menu in dishes such as their crab fat caramel wings and green beans stir-fried with ground chicken and savory sauce. Their cocktail menu is also remarkable! Hit up this restaurant while you can!

Sandwich Hag – 1902 South Lamar Street, Dallas, Texas, 75215. Phone: 214.484.5971

Sandwich Hag originally started as a pop up shop, but created a cult following throughout Dallas. They serve Vietnamese “street food sandwiches” called banh mi. The adopted French Baguette is loaded with your choice of flavor combinations that will keep you coming back over and over again.

Hudson House – 4448 Lovers Lane, Dallas, Texas, 75255. Phone: 214.583.2255

The Hudson House, located in Park Cities, is a must try. Their extensive raw bar is awesome. Diners can also feast on comfort food in this laid back atmosphere. They currently are open from 4-10pm Tuesday through Sunday, but plan to expand to breakfast and lunch soon! Favorite menu items include anything from the raw bar, clams casino, and the big brother lobster roll.

Wheelhouse – 1617 Hi Line Drive, Dallas, Texas, 75207. Phone: 214.307.5690

Wheelhouse offers diners a modern take on gastropub fare. Dine on their small plates over some cocktails or beers, try their homemade sausages, and do not miss their brunch! They are open Monday through Thursday from 11am-11pm, Friday and Saturday from 11am to midnight, and Sunday from 11am to 10pm. Stop by for a great meal!

IdleRye – 2826 Elm Street, Dallas, Texas, 75226. Phone: 972.535.4569

IdyleRye is located in Deep Elum and brought to you by Bruce Willis and chef Ray Skradzinski of Smoke and Mortar. This restaurant offers a great menu of modern American foods. It focuses on shareable appetizers, housemade pastas and sausages, and freshly crafted cocktails. Some of our favorite menu items are the sausage board, cavatelli, and the Texas redfish.

Junction Craft + Kitchen – 2901 Elm Street, Dallas, Texas, 75226. Phone: 214.377.0757

Chef-owner Josh Harmon runs Junction Craft + Kitchen and is bringing the restaurant to another level. While the place has plenty of southern influence, he also features globally inspired dishes such as ranch salt gnocchi with smoked mushrooms and miso, a Texas Askaushi smash burger, and even a Korean sticky duck leg.

Slater’s 50/50 – 2817 Greenville Avenue, Dallas, Texas, 75206. Phone: 214.888.0158

Slater’s 50/50 prides itself on taking “bacon, burgers, and beer seriously.” As the original creators of the 50/50 patty, made of half ground bacon and half ground beef, they know what they are doing! Their menu has over the top dishes and favorites, a huge selection of local and regional craft beers, and more. Create your own burger or dine on one of their signature dishes. We guarantee you’ll love it.

Taquero – 1601 Singleton Boulevard, Dallas, Texas 75212. Phone: 214.429.9493

Taquero has been hailed as having the best tacos in Dallas, an award Texas do not take lightly. This tiny, cash-only stand offers only outdoor seating, however the food is so good it’s worth enduring the summer heat. With some of the best fish tacos in the country, insanely delicious crispy brussels sprouts, and awesome cilantro-spike beans, you absolutely cannot go wrong with a visit to Taquero!