The Best of Dallas Dining Scene
III Forks aims to recreate the grandiose eating experiences of old. Its 25,000 square feet of dining space, divided into fifteen distinct rooms named after famous Texan heroes, provides the stage for a Texas-French-inspired menu that offers USDA Prime beef steaks, a “Fish Market” selection, and sides including off-the-cob creamed corn, vegetables, and potatoes. The III Forks experience also relies heavily on an appreciation for great wine. Dennis Haley, the Cellar Master, is responsible for the 8,000+ bottles housed in one of the largest wine cellars in Texas. Indeed, III Forks offers a true eating experience.
Fresh Crumbs are the tidbits at the table—conversation topics, recent news, upcoming events. In this new addition to our website, we keep abreast of the latest “crumbs” to help you get the most out of your next dining experience. See what crumbs our writers have uncovered lately!
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Dallas Restaurant Reviews
Everything is bigger in Texas and the Dallas dining scene has a stampede of excellent epicurean establishments. This bustling Metropolis includes Fort Worth, Arlington and everything in-between so if you're in the mood, there's a meal to curb that craving. If you're looking for barbeque, it's a staple around these parts. Most think of the steakhouses with healthy portions of the red meat and mashed potatoes; imagine a whole pig being roasted on a spit minus an apple in its mouth, that's traditional Texas grub. Newer niches are popping up too like Thai, traditional Italian, countryside French, Indian, innovative sushi, Vietnamese and even artisan breads and chocolate bistros. Mosey on over and read our writers' restaurant reviews and see where you should steer your next meal to.
Restaurant: The Place at Perry's
User Name: Alice
Review Title: Looking for the BEST????
Try to celebrate your or a loved one's birthday at this Place. The food and service cannot be beat! Great even for lunch and when it is not a very special occasion. You may reach the San Diego number when calling for your reservations but do not panic as we are blessed to have this one in our own Dallas Texas.
Restaurant: Stephan Pyles Restaurant
User Name: Mohamed
Review Title: A good experience. Nice place for a date.
This was my first time at Stephan Pyles and I must say It was an over all good experience. The ambiance is nice for a dinner date. The wine and food were very good. I recommend a visit to Stephan Pyles if your looking for a restaurant to enjoy a classy dinner with your significant other.
Restaurant: Bijoux Restaurant
User Name: Robert
Review Title: Good menu and excellent wine selection
An innovative and well planned menu selection with very good service, but don't plan to have a quiet dinner as the noise from others carries all throughout the restaurant.