Located in the heart of the Village on the Parkway in Addison Texas, District pairs a menu of globally inspired shareable plates with a thoughtfully curated wine and whiskey program.
District hails from Northern California, but its new outpost in Addison is much closer (obviously). Go there for a menu of global shared plates (Hamachi Crudo, Thai-Style Mussels, Short Rib Poutine) joined by an extensive wine and whiskey program. The dining room and patio are perfectly fine places to sit, but the best seats in the house are at the horseshoe-shaped bar, where you can ogle dozens of bourbons, ryes, and single malts.
Wine and whiskey for days. This is one of the first things you see on the restaurant’s website and a mantra that fuels every group who crosses its threshold. Best of all, you can get your favorite W (wine or whiskey) paired with anything on the menu, or vice versa. Definitely try the handheld sliders (fried chicken or Wagyu beef) and keep the communal approach going with Duck “Beggar’s Purses,” Salt Crusted Crispy Shrimp, oysters on the half shell, and a variety of pizzas.
How to book: Reserve a table for up to ten guests on Resy or visit the Groups page for indoor or outdoor options up to 50 guests during regular service or up to 200 guests for a private buy-out.