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For those who crave a true Texas experience, this specialty store is definitely a must-visit. Whether you are looking for a souvenir for your aunt, cowboy hats for your kids, a pair of cowboy boots for yourself, or even an extravagant gift for that special someone, you can find it all at Wild Bill's. The store caters to Dallas' out-of-town visitors by offering shipping worldwide.
A favorite among local residents, Il Cane Rosso stands a class apart. The pizza here is made from scratch in the distinctive Neapolitan style, with fresh sauces and cheeses. Get ready for a gastronomic delight and revel in the flavors of Naples. Just reading their menu is sure to make your mouth water, as it offers a wide range of pizzas, appetizers, sandwiches, and desserts.
Bringing to the US market rare Asian imports since 1974, Art of Old India is a renowned decorative showroom. This award-winning establishment presents valuable pieces which are highly sought after by designers, architects and builders. Find intricately carved ceiling panels, columns, arches, antique furniture, trunks, armories, rugs, velvet carpets, fine textiles, decorative doors, lightings, mirrors, and other fancy furnishings here.
Cork, which is located in West Village, is a one-of-a-kind store selling some of the finest wines from around the world. They sell a variety of 48 wines, from Albarino to Zinfandel, and even varieties of rare beer, and offer samples by the ounce.They have a small in-house restaurant which features simple food like salads, cheese and desserts. At the store, they also have tasting stations where guests can sample a few wines and beers. Accessories like wine bags and cork screws can be had at reasonable rates.
Scardello has everything you need for a sophisticated evening at home. Sample some of the 150 artisan cheeses carried here to find the perfect one. Then, move on to the wine section and feel free to ask the employees for a recommendation to go with your cheese. To gain an entirely new appreciation for cheese, wine, or beer, check their schedule of classes.
Bishop Street Market is less of a traditional market and more of a unique artistic gift shop with one-of-a-kind items ranging from sculptures to soaps to the most creative gift cards in the city. If individual is your style then you will meet your match here. Voted "Best Gift Store" by such notable sources as "D" Magazine, The Dallas Morning News, and Texas Monthly, how can you pass by without a stop?
Good Records is a paradise for music lovers. If you like to preserve your favorite artists' work and still believe in buying records, cds & dvds then you have come to the right place. The fun doesn't stop there: they also have many live performances at the store. This store is the real deal, so check it out and expand your collection!
Tacos La Banqueta is the place to go to get your late night taco fix on a weekend. They're open until 4 a.m. on weekends in order to serve post-party patrons what many consider to be the best tacos in Dallas. Variety is key, and they serve several types of meats, including al pastor tacos, chicken tacos, and tripas. Cilantro lovers will rejoice when visiting here, since the tacos are piled high with the stuff!
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.
TJ's Fresh Seafood Market serves fresh and delicious seafood. Owner Jon Alexis makes sure that customers get only the best service and value for their money. Established in 1989, TJ's is especially known for its fresh seafood dishes and fine dining experience. The menu features delectable starters and flavorful entrees, expertly prepared by the talented chefs. Besides stopping by for a gourmet meal or a glass of wine, TJ's also provides fresh produce and seafood to a discerning clientele. They have an online ordering system for the convenience of customers. Dishes to try on the menu include the soba noodle salad, lobster roll and TJ's shrimp cocktail. For additional details, visit the website.
If you are looking to blow a bundle on the finest seafood money can buy, The Oceanaire is the place to go. From the more common dishes like the Gulf of Mexico Red Snapper and Live Maine Lobsters, to the truly exotic Whole Dover Sole and Sea of Cortez 1 Bluefin Tuna, this upscale restaurant has it all. With a menu like this, you cannot help but leave satisfied. Nothing but the freshest of ingredients go into the making of your meal, so when they say that the tuna they are serving you today may have been swimming the day before, they're not kidding!
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.