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Named one of Esquire Magazine's Best New Restaurants of 2007, Fearing's lives up to its reputation. It's located inside the Ritz-Carlton and boasts a very customer-friendly schedule, as it's open for breakfast, lunch and dinner every day of the week. Sundays also feature a deluxe brunch where your options don't stop at waffles. Go ahead and try the steak and eggs plate, a tender sirloin steak, or fresh eggs with jalapeno, all served with a potato enchilada. So, pick a seat, relax with an aromatic glass of wine, and let Chef Fearing take care of the rest.
Angry Dog, this Deep Ellum bar and restaurant is a favorite pub for happy hour and sports enthusiasts. Comfortable and dimly lit, it has a great neighborhood bar atmosphere. The Angry Dog is filled with television monitors for game watching, as well as simple tables and chairs for diners. Their hot dogs are known by locals as being some of the best in town - and the burgers aren't bad either. They also have an assortment of tasty appetizers to choose from, such as Stuffed Jalapeños and Angry Dog Chicken Wings. And if you're a beer drinker, this is a place not to be missed, because this joint has over 100 kinds of domestic and imported beers.
Katy Trail Ice House is a popular restaurant and beer garden in Dallas. It offers a range of 50 beers on tap and a place to chill out. It has a huge patio that can be used to host private parties and events. The bar is 50 feet long and features the rarest of beers. Katy Trail Ice House is the place to gather for any occasion.
A recipient of the AAA Five-Diamond award for sixteen consecutive years, this restaurant knows fine dining. Make sure you're dressed your best as you step into the luxurious surroundings of this establishment. Sorry, no tennis shoes and baggy jeans are allowed here. The eatery is sprawled over an area of 10,000 square feet (929 square meters) and includes a number of private dining areas. Enjoy award-winning southwestern delicacies while sipping on your wine.
At Hattie's, you'll be pleasantly surprised the variety of entrées offered. It's always the best of what the season has to offer, put together creatively. A glance at the menu and you'll come across some interesting concoctions—buttermilk fried chicken with mashed potatoes and Tasso ham gravy, goat cheese and herb stuffed chicken breast, and BLT pasta. The menu looks different every season!
The friendly tavern-next-door features an inspiring contemporary menu while staying true to its warm and homely appeal. Start off with one of their draft or bottled beer, or an innovative cocktail alternative. For a wholesome meal, The Porch offers an extensive variety of familiar dishes with unfamiliar spins. Choose a stuffed sandwich or melt, or opt for one of their specialties pulled from either side of the world, like Schnitzel, Smoked Brisket Enchiladas, Stroganoff and so on. Sides like Smoked Ham Mac & Cheese, Smoked Red Pepper Hummus and other adventurous choices truly tantalize the palate. Whether eating a downhome or uptown spread, you're guaranteed to satisfy your cravings, not to mention your wallet.
This neighborhood bar is reminiscent of the pubs across the Atlantic. Operated by the owners of the Meridian Room, Simon McDonald and Mike Smith, this bar seeks to offer their customers a friendly, unassuming place to dine, meet, and drink. The loaded bar offers all that you would expect and then some, including the ever-popular British favorite, Pimms, as well as a Woodchuck Raspberry Cider and various imported ales. The menu offers a smoked salmon appetizer plate, herbed pork loin chop, and beer-braised beef short ribs. The service, along with the food, is all top notch so don't be hesitant to drop on in and check it out.