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ABA­CUS Eclec­tic. Lo­cal celebrity chef Kent Rath­bun, who de­feated Iron Chef Bobby Flay on The Food Net­work, presents a menu of “global eclec­tic” cui­sine with an em­pha­sis on the Pa­cific Rim. Check out the newly re­designed dé­cor. www.ken­trath­ 4511 McK­in­ney Ave., 214.559.3111. BISTRO 31 Eclec­tic. Lo­cated in High­land Park Vil­lage, this Euro­pean-style restau­rant of­fers global cui­sine with ev­ery­thing from Ital­ian to Span­ish to French in­flu­ences. The menu changes with the sea­sons, with fresh, gourmet in­gre­di­ents and en­tic­ing desserts to cap off your ex­pe­ri­ence. Bistro 31 also of­fers an ex­ten­sive and eclec­tic wine and drink menu. www.bistro31­dal­ 87 High­land Park Vil­lage, Ste. 200, 214.420.3900. BOLSA Eclec­tic. This mar­ket, café and wine bar is what farm-to-ta­ble din­ing is all about. Once you soak in the nat­u­ral, ef­fort­lessly beautiful dé­cor, you can sit back with a mi­cro-brew or glass of Texas wine, or stroll the shop for such or­ganic good­ies as bees wax can­dles and ex­otic oils. When you can or­der items on the menu that were grown lo­cally, you know you’re in the right spot. www.bol­sadal­las. com. 614 W. Davis St., 214.943.1883. BOULEVARDIER French. This French-in­spired neigh­bor­hood bistro, lo­cated in the his­toric Bishop Arts Dis­trict, of­fers house-made fare such as spe­cialty oys­ters, chicken, steak and fish as well as modern takes on clas­sic French cui­sine. www. dal­las­boule­ 408 N. Bishop Ave., Ste. 108, 214.942.1828. CAFÉ MADRID Span­ish/Tapas. Cel­e­brat­ing 25 years as Dal­las’ longest-run­ning Span­ish restau­rant and tapas bar, Cafe Madrid of­fers pa­trons a cozy, in­ti­mate set­ting, rem­i­nis­cent of the lit­tle cafes found on the streets of Madrid. Serv­ing home-style Span­ish clas­sics such as cala­mares, shrimp in gar­lic, tor­tilla es­panola, manchego cheese cro­quettes and ox­tail stew. Paella cooked over a wood fire is avail­able with 24 hours no­tice.­madrid­dal­ 4501 Travis St., 214.528.1731. CA­NARY BY GORJI Mediter­ranean. Ex­pe­ri­ence de­li­cious steaks and New Mediter­ranean spe­cial­ties at this in­ti­mate Ad­di­son restau­rant. Chef Man­sour Gorji fuses Greek, Ital­ian, Span­ish, French, North African and Mid­dle Eastern in­flu­ences with fresh in­gre­di­ents for a de­light­ful menu burst­ing with global fla­vor. Ca­nary by Gorji also of­fers an im­pres­sive wine se­lec­tion and a cozy pa­tio for din­ing al fresco.­nary­by­ 5100 Belt Line Road, Ste. 402, 972.503.7080. THE GRAPE Eclec­tic. Brick-walled, can­dlelit and un­pre­ten­tious, this small restau­rant has a mag­netic draw on cou­ples look­ing for just the right ro­man­tic spot. The monthly black­board menu fea­tures sig­na­ture bistro fare as well as eclec­tic and con­tem­po­rary cre­ations with avail­able half por­tions. www.the­grap­er­estau­ 2808 Greenville Ave., 214.828.1981 THE MAN­SION RESTAU­RANT Eclec­tic. The Man­sion of­fers two din­ing op­tions to suit guests’ needs. Come ca­sual—in jeans if pre­ferred—for a spon­ta­neous meal in The Man­sion Restau­rant, where menu items in­clude seared diver scal­lops with clam risotto and braised short ribs with truf­fle mac­a­roni and cheese. The Chef’s Room of­fers prix fixe and tast­ing menus in the in­ti­mate Man­sion li­brary. www.rose­wood­ho­­sionon­turtle­creek. 2821 Tur­tle Creek Blvd., 214.559.2100. .

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