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1. Wabi House1802 Greenville Ave Ste 100, Dallas
2. Uchi Dallas2817 Maple Ave, Dallas
3. ZaLat Pizza2519 N Fitzhugh Ave, Dallas
4. El Bolero1201 Oak Lawn Ave, Dallas
5. Hickory8100 Dallas Pkwy Ste 115, Plano
6. CiboDivino Marketplace1868 Sylvan Ave, D100, Dallas
7. High Fives1804 McMillan Ave, Dallas
8. Village Baking Co. Boulangerie1921 Greenville Ave, Dallas
9. On Premise2711 Elm St, Dallas
10. Sugar Skull Cafe3011 Gulden Ln, Dallas
This izakaya (Japanese lounge) inspired ramen spot brings the ramen craze to Greenville. Aside from the normal noodle soups (which include spicy miso and garlic), Wabi House also offers small plates like sweet corn fritters, pork criquettes, and crispy pork ears. And if you become a fan of the 'ramen yumminess' and full bar you can join the Wabi Fan Club.
This chic, Dallas outpost of the popular Austin original brings Japanese seafood and other dishes, plus some new just-for-Dallas plates. Check out the gyutoro, a 72-hour braised beef short rib, along with the hot rock Wagyu or scallops. Be sure to pair your entree with one of Uchi's many sake offerings -- with discounts during a daily "Sake Social House" -- and to finish with the famous fried milk dessert.
The first thing you need to know is ZaLat stays open until 4am. The second thing you need to know is that their thick-crust New York-style pizza is not limited to just cheese, pepperoni, and sausage. The menu at this little hole-in-the-wall pizza joint is massive. Try the Pho Shizzle (Pho-inspired with chicken, hoisin, Sriracha, and veggies), Elotes Pizza (Mexican-inspired corn, lemon pepper reduction, parmesan, cilantro), or the Loaded Notato (bacon, cheddar, jalapeños, bleu cheese, and ranch) among 15 other types of classic and inventive pies. We suggest you order takeout because nothing beats scarfing down slice after slice in the comfort of your own home, but ZaLat does have a small socializing area with a pool table.
Regional Mexican cuisine, made fresh with premium ingredients, is what you can expect to see on the menu at this unique restaurant in the Design District. A sister restaurant to local favorites Pakpao Thai and Oak, El Bolero boasts a similar modern, trendy vibe. Sample their authentic ceviches and lobster fajitas in the colorful, homey dining room while you sip on a spicy, refreshing cocktail.
Kent Rathbun brings this barbecue and burger focused spot to Plano. The flavors vary from St. Louis style pork spare ribs to a Mediterranean lamb sirloin burger, and the meat mains are accompanied by more sides like sweet potato fries or crispy Brussels sprouts. Enjoy 'em all on the open air, outdoor patio dining space.
This wine bar/grocery store/market place offers both the ingredients to prepare classic Italian food at home and a wide variety of prepared dishes available when dining in. Wood fired pizza, deli sandwiches, and fresh baked pastries are what's on the menu; pair them with a large glass of vino from CiboDivino's extensivem well-curated wine list.
The casual fare at this bar-restaurant is balanced by its expansive list of craft beers -- both on tap and canned -- and signature cocktails. Food highlights include the High Fives BLT, a three cheese grilled cheese (known as the Grilled Cheester) served with tomato basil dip, and the French Onion Dip: prime roast beef and Swiss cheese with carmelized onions, horseradish aioli, and aujus on a baguette.
Expanding from their original location on East University Boulevard, this popular bakery sells breads, pastry, and other classic goods. In the Boulangerie, they will be adding sandwiches and additional veinnoisere and patisserie.
This Deep Ellum restaurant takes cues from global street food, reinterpreting the classic flavors as small plates. Comfortable booths and chairs, along with a curated beer and cocktail menu, make for a relaxed, fun environment.
This Trinity Groves restaurant offers food inspired by the street foods of Mexico City, specifically the Yucatan, Oaxaca, and Veracruz based flavors. A menu of tacos, including those meant for breakfast, includes varieties like the Early Riser (eggs, refried beans, bacon, avocado, and cheese), Carne Asada, El Pescador, and Chicharron.