Check out our handpicked selection of fine Dallas restaurants that are sure to have something to satisfy all your cravings!

Best Dinner Spots in Dallas

Dallas does everything big! With more restaurants per capita than New York City, there’s plenty of reasons for everyone looking for delicious dining to find the earliest flights to Dallas. And because of the quality of the restaurants, it’s no surprise that people here eat out about four times every week. Not only is Dallas renowned for its barbecue, authentic Mexican and Tex-Mex cuisine, but it also boasts authentic Indian, Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, African, Taiwanese, and Persian cuisine.

Here are a few restaurants we recommend:

Fearing’s Restaurant

This plush romantic uptown Dallas restaurant offers American style cuisine at its finest. Fearing’s boasts a formal room with chandeliers and soaring 18-foot-high ceilings. You’ll enjoy the exquisite glass pavilion, seven distinctive indoor and outdoor settings and a wine cellar. As for the dishes? The lobster coconut bisque and buffalo tenderloin should not be missed and will make for an unforgettable experience.


Nonna is known for its original pairings and house made ingredients. You’ll be greeted by a very friendly and attentive staff at this stylish Italian dining restaurant. The food is deliciously fresh and wonderfully prepared. Favorites include the Chitarra with blue crab, and the Wagyu Ribeye.

Italian food at a restaurant

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Lucia is a very small yet intimately friendly Italian restaurant located in a historic building in the Bishop Arts District of Dallas. Be sure to book in advance as the size of the restaurant causes it to book up fast. The menu changes frequently, but no matter what is on it, you’ll find something to love. The desserts, in particular, should be carefully considered.

Abacus Restaurant

This contemporary global cuisine restaurant offers a variety of high-quality seafood, game, sushi and beef food dishes incorporating Mediterranean, Southwest and Pacific flavors. The open kitchen  at Abacus complements the fine dining experience with varied cocktails and an exceptional wine list to suit your meal. The five to eight course menus in particular are spectacular and worth splurging for.

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Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck

This Asian fusion with a twist is is perched 560 feet up in the Dallas landmark that is the Reunion Tower. This revolving restaurant offers a great atmosphere with a spectacular view of the city and excellent service, delicious cocktails and an extensive wine list. Perfect for celebrating special occasions and trying something new.

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