With hot, new, sexy restaurants cropping up seemingly every day in our restaurant-obsessed town, it’s easy to forget about some of the solid-as-rocks mainstays that have laid the foundation for Dallas to become the culinary hotspot that it is. Here are 33 Classic & Historic Dallas Restaurants that Haven’t Lost their Swagger.
The famed KRLD Restaurant Week started on Monday, and while I would never recommend being late for a reservation, it’s not too late to throw your fork in the pasta and tummy up to the table for a sampling of the best Dallas has to offer. For less.
Tei An is — in a word — special.
Along with eight friends, I visited the award-winning Charlie Palmer during KRLD Restaurant Week. We had a private room, a possibly altered waitstaff, delicious food and a great time all around.