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.kentrathbun.com. 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.bistro31dallas.com. 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. dallasboulevardier.com. 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. www.cafemadriddallas.com. 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. www.canarybygorji.com. 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.thegraperestaurant.com. 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.rosewoodhotels.com/en/mansiononturtlecreek. 2821 Turtle Creek Blvd., 214.559.2100. .