Fearing’s Announces “Reminiscing: 10 Years” Throwback Menu for September

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Fearing’s Restaurant will celebrate its 10th Anniversary with the introduction of a limited-edition anniversary menu, set to kick off tomorrow. The menu’s best-selling throwback selections will run through the end of September and will be offered in addition to its regular culinary offering.

The “Reminiscing: 10 Years” menu evokes culinary memories which Dean Fearing especially wanted to celebrate. It features the following dishes, including notation of original launch dates at the restaurant:



Chilled Sweet Corn Vichyssoise with Poached Main Lobster, Smoked Texas Tomatoes and Grilled Salsify

August 2007

 Apricot Barbecue-Glazed Bob White Quail on Iceberg Wedge Salad with Point Reyes Blue Cheese and Cider Braised Bacon (pictured above)

October 2007

Grade “A” Big Eye Tuna Duo - Tartare with Sesame Sushi Rice and Shiso/Mint Purée, and Sashimi with Crushed Mango, Crystallized Ginger and Spicy Ponzu

May 2008



Cast Iron Alaskan Halibut on Gulf Lump Crab “Succotash” with Tabasco/Bacon Gastrique and Barbecue- Spiced Clams

March 2008

 Roasted Van Vooren Ranch Pheasant with Natural Gravy on Sweet Corn/Sage Pan Stuffing, Gun Barrel City Greens, and Crispy Pheasant Tenders with Honey Mustard Dressing

September 2010

 South Texas Nilgai Antelope with Cactus Pear Glaze, Rabbit/Hatch Chile/Queso Fresco Enchilada on Duo of New Mexican Sauces and Carrot/Jicama Slaw

July 2010


Several anniversary lunch and dessert items will also be offered this month at Fearing’s. For dining reservations, please call 214-922-4848.

About Fearing’s Restaurant

Fearing’s Restaurant has been named North America’s #1 hotel restaurant by Zagat Survey, one of the world’s top ten restaurants by Hotels Magazine, new restaurant of the year by Esquire and one of the nation’s top 100 restaurants by the users of OpenTable.com.  Presenting award-winning “Bold Flavors, No Borders” cuisine in seven distinct dining settings including the popular Rattlesnake Bar and Dean’s Kitchen, Fearing’s Restaurant is the creation of beloved Texas chef Dean Fearing, author of The Texas Food Bible, one of the fathers of Texas regional cuisine and a founding member of popular all-chefs band, the Barbwires, and of the Dallas-based Lost Coyote Band.  Also home to one of the city’s most popular Happy Hours, Fearing’s recently underwent a stunning renovation which was recently unveiled to the public. For further details, visit the website at www.fearingsrestaurant.com or connect on social @FearingsDallas.