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Wolfgang Puck has done it again! Fixed atop Dallas's Reunion Tower, 560 feet (171 meters) above ground, the skyline views and Asian-influenced menu at this fine-dining restaurant really bring you closer to heaven. Executive Chef Sara Johannes recreates Puck's signature style and flair, with Eastern touches kissing every dish that leaves the kitchen. Starters like sautéed crabcakes with red Thai vinaigrette and mango relish are only a taste of what's in store. Select from an endless variety of the freshest fish meticulously prepared with an assortment of Asian fusion sauces and relishes or offered sashimi-style, or savor the most artfully-presented tender cuts of meat. Whatever your indulgence, you know you're in the best of hands at Wolfgang Puck's fine dining endeavor in Dallas—fellow celebrity diners will agree!
A visit to this acclaimed Dallas Lounge can be a rewarding experience for cocktail fans. The creative selection of drinks here varies by season and draws crowds to this hot spot. The service is very friendly, and these mixologists really know what they're doing. Enjoy the nice weather on the patio while you're sipping your drink. All in all, simply amazing!
Located at Hotel Zaza, Dragonfly is one of the city's finest restaurants. Chef Dan Landsberg is known for his culinary skills and this restaurant has won the People's Choice Award 2003. Its drinks menu is as innovative as the global dinner menu, which features dishes like Ginger-Glazed Beef Tenderloin and Lamb Chop Lollipops. Head to the Urban Oasis terrace after dinner and enjoy the Dallas skyline while sipping on some Cognac.
Patrons love the outdoorsy ambiance of The Foundry. Coupled with the fried chicken choices of Chicken Scratch, this is a perfect spot for a Friday evening given your expectations fall into cold beer, eclectic crowd and a warm space. The music, occasionally live, complements the friendly ambiance quite well and there is no cover charge. The Foundry is a great choice if you are looking for a casual place to lounge with friends. Comfort is the key!
You won't find too many bookworms and library aficionados inside this Melrose Hotel bar, but it is a popular choice for business meetings and winding down after work. It has live music and a plush ambiance accompanied by a tasty bar menu. In fact, that's the only time you might actually read here. So whether you're looking for a great place to meet your mates after a hard day's work, or to discuss future business endeavors with your co-workers, the Library is your kind of place. Plunk down in a comfy chair, order a drink and start your night off right.
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.
Locals flock to Windmill Lounge for the reasonably priced, yet well-made drinks. This bar creates its own syrups, making for especially tasty cocktails. Another big draw for this place is the karaoke which occurs on certain nights of the week. Patrons can sing their hearts out, after a few drinks, of course. It's a great place to come for a night out with friends.