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Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament is a unique entertainment where you'll step inside the castle and discover a whole new world. This themed restaurant is based on medieval times, with a bit of fantasy storytelling flair, and you'll enjoy live performances as you dine. Watch knights joust on horsebacks, fighters cross swords, and heroes try to save the day. Put on your crown, enjoy your meal, and cheer on the the knights!
Authentic Middle Eastern cuisine is what you'll find at Cafe Izmir, voted one of the "100 Best Restaurants in Dallas." The Nazari family maintains a high standard of excellent service and exotic cuisine. Part of the Izmir experience is the anticipation of what meal you will be served. The only decision you'll need to make is the type of meat you prefer, or you can go vegetarian. You might want to make reservations, since this place can get pretty crowded. Izmir provides an upscale, casual environment that highlights the sights and aromas of the Iranian culture. Several dining tables are available for large groups, as well as a patio for outdoorsy types. The eclectic crowd is a source of entertainment in itself. If you're not adventurous enough to let the cook create your meal, take baby steps and start with Tuesday Tapas Night, when you can choose from a wide variety of Middle Eastern appetizers.
Rise has made the illustrious soufflé delicious and accessible for the everyman. Situated in a whimsically designed venue where literally every object d'art is for sale, diners begin their experience with a selection from the 50 wines available by the glass and half-glass. As the soufflés take time to prepare, begin with a simple salad or onion soup. Entrees include selections like Escargot Soufflé topped with Goat Cheese and Pesto, Ham and Gruyere or Truffle-infused Wild Mushroom. The cheese trolley will be presented next and then finish with a Grand Marnier soufflé for a memorable desert.
Classic cars and old-fashioned hamburgers are Keller's specialties. Very popular with all age groups, this hamburger institution is a great place to eat and enjoy beautiful weather. Rustic drive-in and parking carports give this place a nostalgic twist. Just flash your car lights to get the wait staff's (once known as car-hops) attention. The fish sandwich, chicken strips, homemade chili and other favorites provide you with a wide range of choices, not to mention the habit-forming hamburgers.
Everything about Boi Na Braza is Brazilian - the food, the chefs and the architecture. Even the oil paintings that adorn the walls were commissioned and painted by Brazilian artists. Dallas Morning News gave Boi Na Braza a four-star review. The name translated means "steer over embers," which is just how the food here is cooked. Beef, lamb, pork and poultry are cooked the way Brazilians have been doing it since the 1800s - over golden embers after the pit fire died down. You will enjoy exquisite cuts of meat, including Beef Sirloin, Lamb Chops, Pork Sausage, and Leg of Lamb. Other favorites include the Chicken Breast with Bacon and the extensive salad bar.