At 27 stories high, the views at this lively hotel steakhouse is among the best in all of Dallas. The restaurant is complete with a 14-seat chef's table, sleek high-back leather chairs, iPad wine menus, a glass-encased wine room, and a wood-lined bar backed by stone. In addition to meaty cuts on the menu like a 45-day aged prime rib and a Wagyu spinalis, SER’s sides are sizzling -- do not miss the hand-tendered tater tots with house-made ketchup.
Enjoy your turkey with a spectacular view of Downtown Dallas from the 27th floor of the Hilton Anatole. The special menu features roasted organic Diestel turkey, haricot vert porcini mushroom casserole, and a signature beef shank adobo. Stick around for the Christmas at the Anatole offerings if you want to get in the holiday spirit right after dessert.
Cost: Dine-in starts at $75 per adult.
High above the city on the 27th floor of the Hilton Anatole, this iconic steakhouse recently reopened after a 2020 shutdown (for obvious reasons) and it’s better than ever. Featuring the best views of downtown Dallas from a distance, the high-end steakhouse sets the stage for a night of staring deep into each other’s eyes with the twinkling lights of the city as a backdrop, ideal for sharing a chocolate “tomahawk” for dessert. Live music Friday and Saturday nights at the adjoining bar and lounge makes it easy to dance away a few of the calories from the Prime steaks and lobster tails you most likely enjoyed for dinner.