Top 5 Restaurants in Dallas


The smoky goodness coming out of this rustic barbecue joint will lure you in. Pecan Lodge’s barbecue is so good that it’s been named one of the top BBQ joints in the state.  It was also featured on Guy Fieri’s Food Network Show Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. There’s a line everyday for the house-made sausages, mesquite smoked brisket, ribs and incredible fried chicken.


This modernly rustic farm to table restaurant has been a hit ever since it opened 2015. The restaurant is ran by, Graham Dodd’s, one of the city’s top chefs. Due to the farm fresh aspect, the menu changes often.  You’ll  see everything from smoked lamb brisket, braised pork as well as amazing vegetarian dishes. The meals come large enough to share and are perfect paired with one of the signature Wayward Son cocktails– made with gin, chartreuse and jalapeno.


Located n the Dallas Arts District this place stays busy and it can be a challenge just to get a table. As one of the best restaurant in Dallas, its chef/owner, Teiichi Sakurai, has been a James Beard nominee for several years in a row. Sakurai has an array of imaginative dishes, along with unbelievable sushi and sashimi.  While you’re there don’t forget to try the restaurants specialty, one of the soba dishes. The soba with duck broth, duck meatballs and poached egg is a local favorite as well as the soba ice cream and black honey.


FT33 was one of Bon Appétit’s Top 50 New Restaurants in 2013. Another of Dallas’s James Beard Award semi-finalist Matt McCallister is the creative genius behind this divine menu.  Decorated with sleek industrial decor showcasing it’s exhibition kitchen with McCallister’s eye-popping plates. The menu may change by the hour, depending on what’s been foraged or fresh that day, with everything from spectacular salads and gnocchi to walnuts and aerated raclette cheese. Forgetting your dessert at this restaurant would be missing out on something amazing so be sure to give it a try.


This is the new flagship restaurant from James Beard Award winning chef Stephan Pyles so getting a table can be difficult at dinnertime. Not only is it one of the most beautiful restaurants in the area, the dishes are photo worthy as well. Showcasing Texas cuisine, the menu offers pork barbacoa tacos, lobster tamales and coffee-and-brown sugar marinated Wagyu rib-eye steaks, just to name a few. They have an incredible wine list to complement the dishes, as well as an amazing chocolate sponge cake with hazelnut cream.

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