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Although many people are introduced to The Zodiac while taking a break from all the shopping opportunities Neiman Marcus presents, the restaurant is an attraction in its own right. Located on the sixth floor of the hugely successful department store, the restaurant has scrumptious seasonal offerings for its patrons. With many dishes meant for the health conscious and those with special dietary requirements, this restaurant takes pains to cater to everyone. Braised pot roast, pumpkin ravioli and sautéed salmon filet are the kind of delicious items you should expect to see on the menu. There is a long list of wines and cocktails as well. Reservations are highly recommended.
Gemma effortlessly mixes contemporary decor, casual sophistication and a creatively inspired menu for a memorable dining experience. While the space is relatively small, the restaurant feels charmingly cozy as opposed to cramped, and whether you seat yourself at the bar or one of the tables in the banquet section, the quiet hum of conversation and enticing aromas from the open kitchen lends Gemma's a pleasant ambiance. While the menu is limited, it focuses on fresh, seasonal produce and is varied enough to appeal to most with a nice selection of vegetarian, meat and seafood options. Each dish is well thought out and executed, favorites include the Roasted Baby Artichoke, Diver Scallops and Maitake Mushroom. Save room for dessert, you won't want to miss out on these delicious indulgences. With an extensive wine list and a good assortment of well-prepared and interesting craft cocktails, it's a good place to stop by for an after work drink with snacks or a meal out with friends.
Abacus offers an elegant dining experience. This exquisite, upscale restaurant is rich with cherry woods and decorated with mustard, eggplant and pomegranate colors. The service you will receive is polished and helpful without being too formal. Abacus has created a menu of favorites including Guisada (tender tamale with beef sirloin), Grilled Beef Medallions (with seared foie gras and a madeira glaze), and Pan-seared Walleye Pike (with spicy whipped potatoes).
Sevy's, named after co-owner Jim Severson, is a relaxed, dimly lit and well-designed restaurant located near the Preston Center shopping and business district. The restaurant is known for its unbeatable service and creative cuisine; it is the ideal place for business lunches or fine dining. The eclectic menu leans towards Southwestern design. A variety of pasta dishes are great, but you can't beat the "Sevy-sized" steaks and splendid desserts. Menu favorites include Marinated lamb Chops, Dry Aged New York Strip and Prosciutto Wrapped Jumbo Shrimp.
The menu at Via Real will appeal to both Tex-Mex and authentic Mexican food lovers alike. Grilled fresh fish is served daily and the Cancun plate, large Gulf Shrimp and bacon-wrapped scallops, comes complete with Spanish rice and black beans. Lighter fare includes Squash or Spinach Enchiladas, perfect for vegetarians, and classic favorites such as Tacos and Flan are also available. The main dining room is picturesque, with its flowing waterfall and courtyard-like decor.