17 "American" Restaurants in Dallas.
Chef Point serves elevated comfort food with locations in north Fort Worth and Colleyville.
Brewed is one of our favorite outdoor spots along Magnolia, featuring a cozy brick-top patio, craft beer, coffee, and Texas-inspired food.
The Bearded Lady, the Near Southside pub and restaurant, is a solid spot for elevated bar food.
Located at the trailhead on the Clearfork, Press Cafe is the perfect spot to lounge and grab a bite after a hike or a bike ride on the trail.
Reata sets itself apart in a city with steak and chop houses on nearly every corner, especially with its rooftop bar and patio .
All the food at the restaurant Woodshed is cooked with fire and smoke, all on their expansive and cozy outdoor patio near University West.
Deep Ellum’s Angry Dog is a dark dive bar with plenty of TVs and bar food, like poutine, fried pickles, and a burger.
Louie’s is a bar on Henderson with a long menu of burgers, pizzas, and pastas, which help to counteract the multiple martinis you’ll order.
Head to Katy Trail Ice House in Uptown to post up outside on their patio with friends, beers, and inevitably a burger or some tacos.
When you need a great burger and a comfortable booth, head to Maple & Motor, and make sure you finish with a shake too.
Suze is a neighborhood staple in Northwest Dallas, with a large outdoor space and dishes like flatbreads, salads, pastas, and fish.
Neighborhood Services in Devonshire serves comfort foods like flatbreads, pastas, and a great burger, in a dimly-lit space great for a date.
Bubba’s in Park Cities looks like a 50s diner, has a drive-thru, and serves great fried chicken and biscuit sandwiches.
Rafa’s has been serving Tex-Mex food for 40 years, and is just as good for a starting point for a night as a boozy brunch the next morning.
Town Hearth in the Design District has about 100 chandeliers and Ducati on the menu, but come here for a big night out to eat some very good steak.