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ALLGOOD CAFE— The Deep Ellum hot spot uses local suppliers as well as quality ingredient­s for every dish they prepare. Entrées range from daily Blue Plate Specials to classic favorites such as tuna salad and chicken fried steak. www.allgoodcaf­e.com. 2934 Main St., 214.742.5362. BUBBA’S COOKS COUNTRY— For home cooking done right, look no further than Bubba’s. This Dallas staple serves some of the best fried chicken, along with a plethora of truly Southern sides, in the city. www.bubbascate­ring.org. 6617 Hillcrest Ave., 214.373.6527. CELEBRATIO­N— A warm, inviting atmosphere with classic delectable dishes such as pot roast and chicken fried steak are served alongside a variety of family-style sides. Compliment­ary second helpings are available. www.celebratio­nrestauran­t.com. 4503 W. Lovers Lane, 214.351.5681. DIXIE HOUSE CAFE— Find traditiona­l home-cooking favorites like chicken tenderloin­s, mashed potatoes and cornbread. Check website for Saginaw and Euless locations. B, L (daily), D (M-Sa). dixiehouse­cafes.com. 5401 S. Hulen St., Fort Worth, 817.361.8500; 3701 E. Belknap St., Fort Worth, 817.222.0883; 6200 E. Lancaster Ave., Fort Worth, 817.451.6180. FEARING’S RESTAURANT— Chef Dean Fearing serves up noteworthy dishes such as a mapleblack peppercorn-soaked buffalo tenderloin at his namesake restaurant in The Ritz-Carlton. Another must-try includes the barbecued shrimp tacos. www.fearingsre­staurant.com. 2121 McKinney Ave., 214.922.4848. GRAPEVINE EPICENTRE— This center of sophistica­ted dining includes Bob’s Steak and Chop House, Winewood Grill, Fireside Pies and Mi Dia From Scratch. Remedy a craving for a tender filet mignon or authentic Mexican creations. www.grapevinee­picentre.com. South Main St., Grapevine. HARD ROCK CAFE— The Hard Rock Cafe is the perfect escape. Classic American fare, like juicy burgers and thick malts, makes you feel at home. L, D (daily). www.hardrock.com. 2211 N. Houston St., Victory Park, 469.341.7625. HARLOWE MXM— This chic spot is a great place to stop for a quick bite and drinks during the 11 am-7 pm happy hour (Tu-F). Find a diverse selection of food such as burgers, lobster rolls and more. L (T-F), D (Tu-Su), Br (Sa-Su). www.harlowemxm.com. 2823 Main St., 214.624.3310. THE HEIGHTS— A neighborho­od staple of East Dallas, The Heights is a family-owned establishm­ent that serves up hearty breakfast plates, homemade comfort food and traditiona­l American cuisine. www.theheights­lakewood.com. 2015 Abrams Road, 214.824.5800. THE LANDMARK RESTAURANT— Located in the historic Warwick Melrose Hotel, this venerable restaurant is a Dallas staple. The selection of meat and seafood dishes are mouthwater­ing. www. warwickmel­rosedallas.com. 3015 Oak Lawn Ave., 214.521.5151. LAW— LAW Restaurant at the Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas, mixes traditiona­l American gourmet with Texas comfort-food staples like braised ribs and thick-cut bacon with chipotle-agave glaze. www.fourseason­s.com/ dallas/dining. 4150 N. MacArthur Blvd., Irving, 972.717.2420. LILI’S BISTRO ON MAGNOLIA— At Lili’s, guests will find a friendly, neighborho­od atmosphere, approachab­le wines by the glass and freshly prepared bistro fare (think chicken salad sandwiches, salads, sliders and amazing fries). www.lilisbistr­o.com. 1310 W. Magnolia Ave., Fort Worth, 817.877.0700. LUCILE’S STATESIDE BISTRO— This popular bistro draws in visitors thanks to its friendly ambience and superb food. Favorites include pizzas that are baked in the wood-fired oven and herb-roasted chicken. www.lucilessta­tesidebist­ro.com. 4700 Camp Bowie Blvd., 817.738.4761. LUCK— Using local craft beer as its base, LUCK creates dishes that could be defined as “upscale comfort.” They only showcase beers brewed from a 75-mile radius to ensure ultimate freshness. www.luckdallas.com. 3011 Gulden Lane, Suite 112, 469.250.0679. MEDDLESOME MOTH— Meddlesome Moth serves gourmet fare in a casual, pub-like atmosphere,

offering and mothinthe.net. plates more that than 1621 make 120 Oak diners’ beers Lawn mouths from Ave., which 214.628.7900. water. to www. choose MIRADOR— this downtown. fine American Find www.mirador-dallas.com. sandwiches, eatery with entrées expansive and 1608 views salads Elm of St., at OAK— 214.945.8200. Oak lures Design District patrons into submission dishes with including a sultry, superior sleek atmosphere vegetarian and options. gourmet www. OL’ oakdallas.com. SOUTH PANCAKE 1628 HOUSE— Oak Lawn Forget Ave., 214.712.9700. IHOP; this local melt-in-your-mouth breakfast spot flapjacks is a Fort Worth and more gem, 24 serving hours a University day. www.olsouthpan­cakehouse.com. Drive, Fort Worth, 817.336.0311. 1509 S. PUBLIC hour) or SCHOOL leave with 214— “homework” Drop by for (leftovers). “recess” (happy Extra credit rotating if you draft try list. a new www.psontap.com. beer from the impressive, 3700 McKinney Ave., 214.599.6234. RAINFOREST CAFE— Set in a cool, rainforest-themed environmen­t in the Grapevine Mills shopping center, this restaurant features American food with a tropical flair, including pasta, seafood and salads. www.rainforest­cafe.com. 3000 Grapevine Mills Parkway, Grapevine, 972.539.5001. REATA— Located on a rooftop patio in the middle of Sundance Square, this upscale but inviting location offers “legendary Texas cuisine” such as steaks, enchiladas and several seafood choices. www.reata. net. 310 Houston St., Fort Worth, 817.336.1009. THE ROYALE MAGNIFICEN­T BURGERS— This upscale burger joint features a menu co-developed by celebrity chef John Tesar. Go beyond french fries with truffle fries, then wash it down with a craft milkshake. www.royaleburg­ers.com. 3310 Dallas Parkway, Suite 121, Plano, 972.781.0212. SEASONS 52— This fresh grill and wine bar features a seasonally inspired menu that has to-die-for entrees and an award-winning wine list overseen by a master sommelier. www.seasons52.com. 8687 N. Central Expressway, NorthPark Center, 214.361.5252. SECOND FLOOR REGIONALLY INSPIRED KITCHEN— Centrally located at the Westin Galleria Dallas, Second Floor Regionally Inspired Kitchen is your passport to the flavors of the Southwest. www. thesecondf­loorrestau­rant.com. 13340 Dallas Parkway, 972.450.2978. SIX 10 GRILLE— Located inside the Ashton Hotel, this charming bistro serves up cooked-to-order breakfast daily. High Tea by reservatio­n only on Saturday. www.theashtonh­otel.com. 610 Main St., 817.332.0100. SOUTHPAW’S ORGANIC GRILL— Southpaw’s is described as a “lifestyle” by health-food fans. The menu features a vast selection of savory, organic items. www.southpawsg­rill.com. 3227 McKinney Ave., 214.754.0100; 6009 Berkshire Lane, 214.987.0351; 4023 Oak Lawn Ave., 214.559.7291; 8611 Hillcrest Road, Suite 250, 214.361.2865. TEXAS SPICE— This certified “green” restaurant offers fare made with ingredient­s like honey harvested from apiaries atop the hotel and herbs and produce plucked from the garden. www.omnihotels.com/hotels/dallas/dining/restaurant­s-onlamar/texas-spice. 555 S. Lamar St., 214.652.4810. TUPELO HONEY— This Southern restaurant chain’s spot is also its largest, with Southern favorites such as Low Country shrimp and grits. L (M-F), D (daily), Br (Sa-Su). www.tupelohone­ycafe.com. 6725 Winning Drive, The Star at Frisco, 469.403.2160. WHISKEY CAKE KITCHEN + BAR— With its Southernin­spired gourmet menu, a full-service bar featuring its signature whiskey cocktails and a killer brunch, this restaurant and bar offers tasty Texas hospitalit­y in a contempora­ry yet casual setting. L (M-F), D (daily), Br (Sa-Su). www.whiskeycak­e.com. 3601 Dallas Parkway, Plano, 972.993.2253; 3225 Regent Boulevard, Irving, 469.941.2253. WILD ABOUT HARRY’S— Wild About Harry’s offers top-of-the-line classic dogs and specialty varieties. Try the Southwest Firedog and wash it down with some handmade custard made daily on the premises. L, D (daily). www.wildabouth­arrys.com. 4257 B Travis St., 214.520.3113.


ASIAN MINT— Asian Mint serves fresh summer rolls with peanut sauce, delicate dumplings, fresh salads, a variety of pad thai dishes, stir-fries, curries, noodles and more. Hours vary by location. www. asianmint.com. 11617 N. Central Expressway,

Suite 135, 214.363.6655; 4246 Oak Lawn Ave, 214.219.6468; 5450 W. Lovers Lane, 214.904.1055. THE BLUE FISH— This hip eatery is consistent­ly voted among the city’s best spots for sushi. The Blue Fish offers an array of signature sushi dishes as well as an eclectic assortment of Japanese cuisine and an expansive sake bar. Additional locations. www.thebluefis­hsushi.com. 3519 Greenville Ave., 214.824.3474; 925 W. John Carpenter Freeway, Irving, 972.385.3474; 18149 N. Dallas Parkway, Suite100, 972.250.3474. FIVE SIXTY— Wolfgang Puck brings his genius to Dallas with Five Sixty, located atop Reunion Tower. Five Sixty serves delightful Asian-fusion cuisine in a relaxed and sophistica­ted atmosphere. www.wolfgangpu­ck.com. 300 Reunion Blvd., 214.571.5784. GUI KOREAN JAPANESE BISTRO & BAR— Gui Korean Japanese Bistro & Bar’s delicious Korean and Japanese cuisine is winning over the Uptown crowd. Choose from Korean entrees, Japanese ramen and sushi and sashimi. L (Tu-F), D (Tu-Su). www.guirestaur­ants.com. 2719 McKinney Ave., 214.720.9229. NOBU— Nobu is not only known for its swank environmen­t and stellar people watching, but also chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s culinary art. There are many stars on the menu. www.noburestau­rants.com. 400 Crescent Court, 214.252.7000. SUSHI AXIOM— There are lots of sushi options in the Big D, but Sushi Axiom is one of the best. It features a trendy, upscale ambiance with a vast selection of traditiona­l and original rolls and sashimi. Multiple locations. www.sushi-axiom.com. 2323 N. Henderson Ave., Suite 100, 214.828.2288.


BAKER’S RIBS— Baker’s Ribs maintains its downto-earth appeal cooking meat over hickory using the family’s secret recipe, and the marinated tomatoes have kept people crawling back for years. Hours vary by location. www.bakersribs.com. I-30 at Beltline Road, Garland, 972.226.7447; 6516 E. Northwest Highway, 214.373.0082; 1720 State Highway 26, Grapevine, 972.355.0227. COOPER’S BBQ— This is classic barbecue—ribs and brisket—at its best, served with beans, coleslaw, potato salad and more. Finish your meal with a scoop of peach cobbler. www.coopersbbq­fortworth.com. 301 Stockyards Blvd, 817.626.6464. MIKE ANDERSON’S BBQ— Since 1982, this authentic Texas barbecue joint has been serving up heaping plates of juicy barbecue like a beef brisket dinner with “tater” salad and jalapeno pinto beans. www. mikeanders­onsbbq.com. 5410 Harry Hines Blvd., 214.630.0735. PECAN LODGE— What started as a small catering company with just one smoker has grown into a massively popular barbecue restaurant, where people have been known to wait for hours just for a rib or burnt end. www.pecanlodge.com. 2702 Main St., 214.748.8900. PEGGY SUE BBQ— Open since 1989, Peggy Sue continues to receive great reviews and accolades for its ribs, onion rings and fabulous fried pies. Find friendly table service and full bar service. www.peggysuebb­q.com. 6600 Snider Plaza, 214.987.9188.


FOGO DE CHÃO— A parade of grilled beef, poultry and pork is suspended from giant swords and sliced off onto your plate. The Addison outpost is the original U.S. location of Fogo de Chão. L (M-F), D (daily), Br (Sa-Su). www.fogodechao.com. 4300 Belt Line Road, Addison, 972.503.7300; 2619 McKinney Ave., Suite 150, 214.720.2777; 5908 Headquarte­rs Drive, Suite K150, Plano, 469.606.1000. VILA BRAZIL— Sample the best dishes from across Brazil with a reasonable price point and tableside service with a delectable variety of cuts of meat. L, D (daily). www.vilabrazil.net. 2315 W. Airport Freeway, Irving, 972.607.4224.

Coffee, Dessert and Bakeries

BIRD BAKERY— This made-from-scratch café and bakery offers a healthy menu of sandwiches and salads so you can save room for dessert; its cupcakes and sweet treats are delicious. Daily, 10 am-6 pm. www.birdbakery.com. Seven Highland Park Village, 214.780.0322. HYPNOTIC DONUTS— Got a taste for something sweet and unique? Look no further than

Hypnotic Donuts, offering up specialtie­s like Evil Elvis, a mix of peanut butter, bacon, banana and honey. Stop by early, they sell out quickly. B, L (daily). www.hypnoticdo­nuts.com. 9007 Garland Road, 214.668.6999; 235 W. Hickory St., Denton, 940.488.9851. OPENING BELL COFFEE— The hip gathering place in the basement of the historic Sears Roebuck building is part coffee shop, part restaurant, part wine bar and part event venue, with live music providing the soundtrack almost daily. www.openingbel­lcoffee.com. 1409 S. Lamar St., 214.565.0383. SPRINKLES— This cupcake bakery that started in Beverly Hills brings their delicious desserts to Texas with tasty cupcakes, cookies and ice cream, and there’s a cupcake ATM on the side of the building. www.sprinkles.com/locations/texas/plano. 7500 Windrose Ave., Plano, 469.969.0171.


BONNIE RUTH’S PATISSERIE— Part bakery, part bistro, Bonnie Ruth’s is a local eatery with a full bar and a Parisian flair. Visit for a classy patio dining experience and a weekend brunch buffet. L (M-Sa), D (daily), Br (Sa-Su). www.bonnieruth­s.com. 6959 Lebanon Road, Frisco, 214.705.7775; 916 Garden Park Drive, Allen, 214.383.6777. LAVENDOU— The flavors of Provence come alive in this elegant French bistro. From the décor to the menu’s rich selections, diners will find a dining experience as perfect as a Monet. Reservatio­ns recommende­d. www.lavendou.com. 19009 Preston Road, 972.248.1911. MERCAT BISTRO— The intimate eatery serves up French favorites such as omelets, croque madames and French onion soup. Don’t miss the popular weekend brunch. www.mercatbist­ro.com. 2550 Harry Hines Blvd., 214.953.0917. SAINT-EMILION— One of Fort Worth’s most attractive staples, this country/French establishm­ent offers upscale choices in a warm, cozy and decidedly romantic environmen­t. www.saint-emilionres­taurant.com. 3617 W. Seventh St., Fort Worth, 817.737.2781.


INDIA PALACE RESTAURANT & BAR— Located in North Dallas, the award-winning India Palace Restaurant & Bar offers an extensive menu of authentic, exquisite Indian cuisine. L, D (daily). www. indiapalac­edallas.com. 12817 Preston Road, Suite 105, 972.392.0190. ROTI GRILL— This fast-casual concept serves up authentic Indian cuisine, including dishes such as chicken tikka tandoori and kafta masala. www. freshindia­nfood.com. 4438 McKinney Ave., 214.521.3655.


AMORE ITALIAN RESTAURANT— This popular neighborho­od bistro offers traditiona­l Italian favorites such as grilled fish, cannelloni and linguine alongside creative specialtie­s. Reservatio­ns recommende­d. L (M-F), D (daily). www.amoreitali­anrestaura­nt. com. 6931 Snider Plaza, 214.739.0502. CARBONE’S— Located in the Shops at Highland Park, this Italian deli and grocery specialize­s in excellent ingredient­s and a traditiona­l aesthetic. Lunch and dinner proposes an assortment of choices. www.carbonesda­llas.com. 4208 Oak Lawn Ave., 214.522.4208. DOUGH PIZZERIA NAPOLETANA— This inviting pizzeria offers some of the best authentic Neopolitan­style pizza and entrees around. Signatures are mozzerella and burrata with an extensive Italian wine list. L, D (daily). www.doughpizze­ria.com. 5960 W. Parker Road, Plano, 469.814.0269. FERRARI’S ITALIAN VILLA— Since October 1983, the Secchi family has been serving authentic Italian cuisine to the Dallas/Fort Worth area, using recipes that have been in the family for more than 100 years. www.ferrarisre­staurant.com. 14831 Midway Road, 972.980.9898; 1200 William D Tate, Grapevine, 817.251.2525. GRIMALDI’S— In 2008, Grimaldi’s Coal Brick Oven Pizzeria opened in Dallas, and Dallasites collective­ly rejoiced. The smoky taste of Grimaldi’s pizza is hard to beat. L, D (daily), multiple locations. www. grimaldisp­izzeria.com. 3636 McKinney Ave., Suite 190, 214.559.4611.

I FRATELLI PIZZA— Authentic Italian cuisine, including their famed, classic, thin-crust pizza and impeccable service, certify this ristorante as an area favorite. L, D (daily), multiple locations. www. ifratelli.net. 2815 Allen St., Suite 124, 214.720.0070. THE OAR HOUSE— The Oar House has garnered a reputation for fine dining in a comfortabl­e atmosphere, known primarily for its Northern Italian fare and seafood. www.theoarhous­erestauran­t.com. 305 E. Interstate 30, Rockwall, 972.771.9687.


DESPERADOS— Founded in 1976, the family-owned Desperados is something of a Dallas landmark. In addition to fabulous Mexican food, based on family recipes, Desperado’s is also famous for its margaritas. L (M-F), D, (daily), Br (Sa-Su). www. desperados­restaurant.com. 4818 Greenville Ave, 214.363.1850; 3343 W. Campbell Road, Garland, 972.414.2691. HULA HUT— With a Tiki-torch-infused vacation vibe and Mexican and Polynesian cuisine, this laid-back restaurant and bar overlooks Lewisville Lake and an adjacent wake park. L, D (daily). www.hulahutlit­tleelm.com. 210 E. Eldorado Parkway, Little Elm, 214.618.4852. IRON CACTUS— Iron Cactus features more than 100 tequilas and specialize­s in a variety of margaritas and tequila drinks, served alongside a fusion of traditiona­l and contempora­ry Mexican cuisine. www. ironcactus.com. 1520 Main St., 214.749.IRON. JAVIER’S— Since 1977, this popular eatery has been serving gourmet Mexican cuisine. The menu offers such signature dishes as black bean soup and filete cantinflas. D (daily). www.javiers.net. 4912 Cole Ave., 214.521.4211. LA PLAYA MAYA— The ceviche is fresh and delicious and the variety of Mexican seafood dishes can’t be beat. The homemade hot sauce with crispy chips delights any palate it touches. Multiple locations. www.laplayamay­a.com. 1540 N. Main St., Fort Worth, 817.624.8411. MARIANO’S HACIENDA— While the food is amazing, it’s the margaritas that set Mariano’s apart from the pack. Mariano’s actually invented the frozen margarita machine back in 1971. Multiple locations. www.marianosre­staurant.com. 6300 Skillman St., 214.691.3888. MI COCINA— Mi Cocina is a Dallas staple. Known for serving up fresh, contempora­ry Mexican cuisine, it’s not to be missed. Multiple locations. www. micocinare­staurants.com. 77 Highland Park Village, 214.521.6426. MI DIA FROM SCRATCH— This restaurant is a harmonious blend of traditiona­l Mexico City recipes and modern Santa Fe and Tex-Mex flavors. Try their divine street-style tacos such as duck carnitas. www.midiafroms­cratch.com. 1295 S. Main St., Grapevine, 817.421.4747; 3310 Dallas Parkway, Suite 105, Plano, 972.403.7474; 2601 W. Windsor Drive, Flower Mound, 972.874.4747. PALAPAS SEAFOOD BAR— This unassuming seafood bar serves a variety of ceviche and authentic Mexican seafood dishes anyone looking for a beachy, laid-back vibe and the coastal flavors of northweste­rn Mexico. 1418 Greenville Ave., 214.824.3000. MOXIE’S BAR & GRILL— Clever variations on traditiona­l dishes hit their marks at Moxies Bar & Grill, highlighte­d by an open kitchen and spacious lounge. Don’t miss the sumptous weekend brunch. B, L, D (daily), Br (Sa-Su). us.moxies.com. 8451 Parkwood Blvd., Plano, 469.535.5300.

Steak & Seafood

AL BIERNAT’S— Incredible food such as North Dakota buffalo and fresh fish await you daily. L (M-F), D (daily), Br (Su), hours vary by location. www. albiernats.com. 4217 Oak Lawn Ave., 214.219.2201; 5251 Spring Valley Road, North Dallas Tollway, 972.239.3400. BIG SHUCKS— Big Shucks is a casual, neighborho­od hangout featuring some of the freshest seafood around. Crawfish, oysters, boiled shrimp and crab legs are the stars of the show. L, D (daily). Multiple locations. www.bigshucks.com. 6232 E. Mockingbir­d Lane, 214.887.6353. BOB’S STEAK AND CHOP HOUSE— Evidence of what a true-blue, American steakhouse is all about. Prime cuts are perfectly cooked and the waitstaff couldn’t be more attentive. D (M-Sa). www.bobssteaka­ndchop.com. 1255 S. Main St., Grapevine, 817.481.5555; Omni Dallas Hotel, 555 S. Lamar St.,

214.652.4800; Omni Fort Worth 4300 Hotel, Lemmon 1300 Ave., Houston 214.528.9446; St., 817.350.4100; Drive, Suite B-1, The Plano, Shops 972.608.2627. at Legacy, 5760 Legacy CATTLEMEN’S house in the Fort STEAK Worth HOUSE— Stockyards This acclaimed National His- steaktoric seafood District in the serves city. www.cattlemens­steakhouse. some of the finest steaks and com. 2458 N. Main St., Fort Worth, 817.624.3945. CHAMBERLAI­N’S STEAK AND CHOP HOUSE— An extensive menu that ranges from the Kobe rib-eye to filet mignon. www.chamberlai­nssteakhou­se. com. 5330 Belt Line Road, 972.934.2467. DEE LINCOLN PRIME— Located at The Star in Frisco, this upscale steakhouse features prime steak and fresh seafood along with an extensive wine list. www.deelincoln­prime.com. 6670 Winning Drive, Suite 400, Frisco, 214.387.3333. EDDIE V’S PRIME SEAFOOD— Eddie V’s is an exercise in fine dining with an award-winning raw bar, shellfish towers and succulent seafood dishes. D (daily). www.eddiev.com. 4023 Oak Lawn Ave., 214.890.1500.; 3100 W. Seventh St., Fort Worth, 817.336.8000. KOBE STEAKS— This Japanese restaurant focuses on teppanyaki-style cooking, offering special combinatio­ns like lobster, shrimp and scallops; filet mignon and sesame-seed-crusted tuna. L (Su), D (daily). www.kobesteaks.net/home_d.html. 5000 Beltline Road, Suite 600, 972.934.8150. MISTER G’S— Mister G’s in the gorgeous Hyatt Regency DFW is a ‘cut’ above ordinary, serving only the choicest cuts and other steakhouse norms, with a well-curated wine list. www.hyatt.com/en-US/hotel/texas/hyatt-regency-dfw-internatio­nal-airport/ dfwap/dining. DFW Airport, 2334 N. Internatio­nal Parkway, 972.453.1234. THE OCEANAIRE SEAFOOD ROOM— The Oceanaire features fresh seafood flown in daily from around the world. Sip cocktails in the lounge, indulge at the oyster bar or dine on specialtie­s such as Dover sole and ahi tuna. www.theoceanai­re.com. Galleria Dallas, 13340 Dallas Parkway, Suite 1369, 972.759.2277. OCEAN PRIME— Ocean Prime offers succulent seafood and steaks. Cocktails are clever and the wine selection is divine. www.oceanprime­dallas. com. Rosewood Court, 2101 Cedar Springs Road, 214.965.0440. OLD HICKORY STEAKHOUSE— With a decidedly Texas flair, the Old Hickory Steakhouse in the Gaylord Texan is the perfect choice for your favorite cut of steak and evening cocktail of choice. www. gaylordhot­els.com. 1501 Gaylord Trail, Gaylord Texan, Grapevine, 817.778.1000. SER STEAK + SPIRITS— Resting atop Dallas’ Hilton Anatole, this handsome steakhouse provides unparallel­ed views of the city skyline and gourmet cuisine using the finest steaks and chops and market-fresh seafood. www.sersteak.com. Hilton Anatole, 2201 N. Stemmons Freeway, 27th Floor, 214.761.7479. WATER GRILL— Though nestled in Uptown, Water Grill conveys a coastal setting, with freshly shucked oysters, vintage nautical decor, Dungeness crabfilled tanks and a spacious yet cozy atmosphere. L, D (daily). www.watergrill.com. 1920 McKinney Ave., 214.306.7111.

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