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.

Dallas is a haven for fine dining and authentic eateries. Luxury restaurants sit beside charming local gems, offering the palate a journey from Italy to France to Mexico 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.



Chef Tim Byres whips up rustic dishes at Smoke, a haute smokehouse with award-winning elevated barbecue. Flavorful ingredients are fresh and local, and all meats are smoked on-site. Smoke delivers soulful, authentic wood-fired Modern Texas Cuisine influenced by regional traditions of Mexico, Louisiana and the American South.

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


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

408 West Eighth Street, Suite 101, Dallas, TX 75208, United States
Telephone: +1 214 948 4998


Teiichi "Teach" Sakurai's progressive hotspot in One Arts Plaza specializes in Japanese soba noodles made by hand from nutty-tasting, nutritious buckwheat flour. Fresh sushi flown in daily from Japan is served in a posh contemporary space with Zenlike ambiance. Flavors range from clean to assertive notes that explode with umami. 

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