As the name implies, The Old Warsaw boasts a decisively European atmosphere. The interiors radiate romance and extravagance. Men must wear a jacket and tie, while ladies are asked to don after five attire. The menu is as classic as the surroundings, offering choices of lamb, fish, and veal in rich, creamy sauces. Selections include escargot, crepes and steak topped with crabmeat. The best option for dessert is the decadent souffle, delicately prepared.
It's really an eclectic mixture of tastes when you dine at Guthrie's - a little German and a little Italian all served by a pleasant and accommodating wait staff. A great location for families and business associates who can't agree on a favorite restaurant. The atmosphere is casual and the clientele is a comfortable mix of locals and travelers. Try the Pork Schnitzel, Salmon and Shrimp baked in paper or an Angus Steak. For dessert try the Chocolate Tart.
You don't often find an ethnic food buffet, so at Taj Mahal you're in for a treat. You'll be at home in this restaurant's nice, quaint setting. Delicacies like Sweet-Tart Tamarind and Chutney, Raita (vegetable-spiked yogurt), spicy Madras Soup, Aloo Tikka (crisp and spicy potato fritters), Chicken Vindaloo (in a golden, mildly spicy gravy) and excellent Tandoori Chicken emerge from the kitchen. Served in generous portions, the food is filling and spicy.
1717 North Harwood Street Dallas Museum of Art Dallas, TX 75201
Executive Chef David Holben brings magic to this restaurant located in the atrium of the Dallas Museum of Art. The space is only open for lunch on weekdays and Sunday. Otherwise it can be reserved for special events. Contemporary, museum-quality furnishings complement the surroundings. House favorites include Chilean Sea Bass, Tempura Shrimp, Smoked Beef Tenderloin and Persimmon Ice Cream.
Chef Teiichi Sakurai plates up an imaginative mix of flavors, textures and colors in an inspiring ambiance. The alluring entrance gives away the contemporary Asian theme, but once inside, the floor seating and whimsical decor leaves nothing to be desired. Robatayaki, the traditional Japanese cooking style, a la barbecue, rules the roost. Indulge in signature dishes like the Kobe Beef, Kinki Snapper and the classic Sashimi. The well-stocked bar features a wonderful wine list, cold sakes and Asian beers that blend perfectly with the cuisine.
Dream Café offers healthy, organic menus with tremendous flavor and appeal. Complete with contemporary decor and a family-friendly setting, Dream Café caters to an upscale crowd for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Specialties include California Dreaming (mozzarella, tomatoes and basil on grilled sourdough bread), Global Dinner (brown rice and beans covered with melted jack cheese), and The One for John (grilled marinated tempeh burger). Breakfast is wonderful as well. Be sure to try the Dream Cakes whenever they are available. Dream Café offers a widely varied wine list, as well as organic coffee and tea, juices and smoothies to complement the food.
Northern guests wanting to experience Dallas nightlife will love Y.O. Ranch, which opened in the historic downtown warehouse district in 1996. This restaurant named for a 60-square-mile ranch near Kerrville offers succulent steaks as well as a popular repertoire of Tex-Mex foods. A reasonably priced lunch menu is served in a very casual atmosphere, while the dinner setting is upscale with servers in formal attire. Menu items include grilled quail, 12-ounce pork chops and top sirloin. The food is billed as frontier fare with a light health-conscious touch. Lunch offerings are more along the Tex-Mex line with Prairie fire nachos, chicken-fried steak in five versions and the foot-long enchilada.
6920 Snider Plaza University Park Dallas, TX 75205
Packed at lunch, this homemade sandwich and catering shop is a popular cafe in the nostalgic Snider Plaza shopping village. Dine at the small cafe tables or grab a boxed lunch to go. All white meat chicken, tuna and egg salads sandwiched between two slices of homemade bread make for one of the best lunches in town. Take-out family dinners include King Ranch Chicken Casserole and Beef Stroganoff. Don't leave without buying the "best little cookies" in the house-they are wonderful! While you are here, take in some fresh air while strolling through Snider Plaza's picturesque fountains and park benches.
Since it debuted in 1981 as the first Dallas Mexican restaurant to specialize in seafood, locals have come here for family meals and romantic evenings. Dine in one of several cozy rooms or on the inviting patio of this 1920s Victorian home. Fresh seafood is the mainstay of the traditional Mexican dishes. Favorite entrees include Paella, Grilled Catfish and Ceviche. Weekday lunch specials attract business professionals daily. Tequila connoisseurs will be pleased with the selection and the Acapulco-style margaritas are a Dallas legend.
Lemon Bar is located in Dallas' Lower Greenville area. This popular neighborhood bar has a bit of a double life. On weekend mornings, Lemon Bar serves up one of the city's favorite brunches featuring dishes like migas, PB&J French Toast and steak and eggs. Another favorite aspect of their brunch are their shockingly affordable pitchers of Mimosas and Bellini's. At night, Lemon Bar hosts live music or DJs turning it into a hot nightlife spot in the area.
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