NOBU

Chef Nobu Matsuhisa's Texas outpost, Nobu Dallas is a destination for dinner in the dining room or at the sushi bar, drinks in the bar lounge, or a private function in the skylight room.

SMOKE

Meat is smoked on-site at this Dallas restaurant. Chef Tim Byres has revisited classic Southern dishes with a farm-to-fork approach that ensures the very best produce and an award-winning menu.

Inspired by but not limited to the South, Dallas is a haven for fine dining and authentic eateries. Luxury restaurants sit beside charming gems, offering the palate a journey from Italy to France to Japan, spiced with a touch of Americana. From the rustic to the exotic, and from the regional to the global, the emphasis is on independent, inventive and inspired cuisine, featuring the freshest, most wholesome ingredients.

DINING RECOMMENDATIONS

The Crescent Club

Guests of Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek are invited to experience The Crescent Club, an exclusive private dining club open to guests, for the duration of their stay. Situated on the 17th floor, The Club enjoys views of the downtown Dallas skyline. Décor is reminiscent of a classic 19th-century gentlemen’s club, with hardwood floors, deep wood paneling and rich carpets. From Thursday through Saturday, live music gives guests the opportunity to dance the night away on a leather dance floor.

 

Nobu

Located inside uptown’s Rosewood Crescent Hotel, Nobu Dallas is renowned chef Nobu Matsuhisa's Texas outpost. The menu features Nobu's signature new style Japanese dishes as well as other popular Dallas favorites like Tuna Tataki with Cilantro Dressing, Seared Toro with Karashi Sumiso, Scallops with Jalapeno Salsa, and Ranchero Rib Eye Steak.

400 Crescent Court, Dallas, TX 75201, United States
Telephone: +1 214 252 7000

Smoke

Chef Tim Byres whips up rustic, old-school dishes at Smoke. Eggs are farm-fresh, and meats are smoked on-site. He takes the farm-to-fork mentality seriously; jellies, jams, honey, and butter are all made in-house. Food & Wine magazine named Chef Byres one of the 2012 Best New Chefs of the year.

901 Fort Worth Avenue, Dallas, Texas 75208, United States
Telephone: +1 214 393 4141

Lucia

Tucked into a historic building in the Bishop Arts District, Lucia is a small, chef-owned Italian restaurant. The menu changes frequently and uses Italian inspiration as a starting point for inventive, handmade antipasti, primi, secondi, and dolci. This adventurous Italian restaurant has courage, a fierce independent streak, and some sultry handmade pasta, too.

408 West Eighth Street, Suite 101, Dallas, TX 4998, United States
Telephone: +1 214 948 4998

Tei-An

Teiichi "Teach" Sakurai's hotspot in One Arts Plaza specializes in Japanese soba noodles made by hand from nutty-tasting, nutritious buckwheat flour. For first-time visitors the sampler with four sauces, including rich, nutty pecan and walnut, plus soy and black sesame is highly recommended.

One Arts Plaza, 1722 Routh Street, Dallas, TX 75201, United States
Telephone: +1 214 220 2828