Deep Ellum’s Angry Dog is a dark dive bar with plenty of TVs and bar food, like poutine, fried pickles, and a burger.
Landen KerrOctober 23, 2018
Jeng Chi in Richardson is a little far from Downtown Dallas, but is worth the drive for a long menu of great Chinese food.
Head to Mughlai in North Dallas for some Northern Indian food - come for dinner or for the lunch buffet before going to The Galleria Dallas.
Zoli’s in Addison serves New York-style pizza and it’s some of our favorite in the city.
Nalinh is a bit far in Irving and it’s half grocery store, but when you make it to the restaurant in the back, you’ll find excellent Thai food.
Yutaka is in a strip mall uptown, serves some of the best sushi in the city, and has great lunch specials.
Mot Hai Ba is a Vietnamese spot in Lakewood that’s one of the most interesting restaurants in Dallas, serving unique dishes in a sleek space.
Bubba’s in Park Cities looks like a 50s diner, has a drive-thru, and serves great fried chicken and biscuit sandwiches.
Taqueria El Si Hay is a small stand out in Bishop Arts that’s worth the trek for the tacos they’ve been serving for decades.
Commissary is a great spot for lunch downtown, with sandwiches, salads, and pastries.
Perfect Union Pizza Co. in Park Cities has craft cocktails, beer, and thin crust pizza (along with a few other options) in a bright space.