From fine dining to Americana, this city has it all. Below are our dining out recommendations.
Tucked into a historic building in the Bishop Arts District, Lucia is a small gem of an Italian restaurant owned by the chef himself. Using classical Italian as a springboard for more innovative fare, the menu changes constantly and is high on inventive handmade antipasti, primi, secondi and dolci. Fiercely independent with a maverick streak, this adventurous Italian restaurant excels at the simplest handmade pasta too.
408 West Eighth Street, Suite 101, Dallas, TX 75208, United States
One of the most popular eateries in town even for the city’s famed chefs, Teichi “Teach” Sakurai’s hotspot in One Arts Plaza specializes in Japanese handmade soba noodles from nutty-tasting nutritious buckwheat flour. First-time diners will be charmed by the exemplary service, and will certainly welcome the introductory sampler of four sauces, including rich, nutty pecan and walnut, plus soy and black sesame.
One Arts Plaza, 1722 Routh Street, Dallas, TX 75201, United States