Most Famous Dallas Restaurants: Discover 6 Best Places To Eat
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Dallas is the most populated city in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area. North Texas was home to several indigenous tribes, including the Caddo, Tawakoni, Wichita, Kickapoo, and Comanche. 

Texas was claimed by Spanish colonists in the eighteenth century as a part of the Viceroyalty of New Spain. Although they never made many settlements there, France later claimed the region as well. Because of this, the food in the state is highly diverse and varied of past and present influences. 

Festivals like Cinco de Mayo celebrations hosted by the city's large Mexican American population and a Saint Patrick's Day parade along Lower Greenville Avenue, Juneteenth festivities, Taste of Dallas, the Deep Ellum Arts Festival, the Greek Food Festival of Dallas, the annual Halloween event "The Wake" and two annual events on Halloween, including a Halloween parade on Cedar Springs Road and a "Zombie Walk" held in Downtown Dallas in the Arts District are centre focus if people want to try out good food at one place.

6 Most Famous Dallas Restaurants

1. Bombshells Dallas

The first Bombshells restaurant and bar opened in Dallas, Texas, in March 2013. RCI Hospitality Holdings, a Houston-based company, owns the military-themed sports bar chain. The best-seller menu includes Bombshell Burger, Chicken Wings, Tex-Mex Enchiladas, Chocolate Lava Cake, Cheesecake, Key Lime Pie, French Fries, Onion Rings, and Coleslaw. The place is open every seven days, and the vibes/ ambience of the place are very calm and funky for one to try. 

Location: 7501 N Stemmons Fwy, Dallas, TX 75247, United States

Timings: Mon-Sun: 11:00 am to 11:00 pm

Must-Try Dishes:  Key Lime Pie, French Fries, Onion Rings

Price for 2: $80 approx.

2. The Ivy Tavern

The Ivy Tavern has been a landmark for over 60 years. It was first established in 1956 by Peter J. Russo and his brother Stephen Russo. It all started with a miniature version of a bar and package store. The food served earlier was ham and cheese sandwiches and steak sandwiches fried in an electric frying pan. Eventually, the bakery next door donated a pizza oven. The dough recipe was originally from their mother, born in Sicily. Since then, the place has taken off. 

Location: 5334 Lemmon Ave, Dallas, TX 75209, United States

Timings: Mon-Sun: 11:00 am to 11:00 pm

Must-Try Dishes:  Cheese sandwiches and steak sandwiches

Price for 2: $90 approx.

3. India Palace

Pardeep Sharma who is an Indian native who immigrated to New York City, founded India Palace in 1985 in Dallas, Texas. India Palace serves Indian and South Asian food, including chicken tikka masala and naan. Sharma also owns Roti Grill, a fast-casual restaurant in Uptown. Some of the most ordered dishes here are Chicken Tikka Masala, Lamb Biryani, Vegetable Korma, Gulab Jamun, Mango Lassi, Kheer, Garlic Naan, Samosas, and Basmati Rice.

Location: 12817 Preston Rd Suite # 105, Dallas, TX 75230, United States

Timings: Mon-Sun: 11:00 am to 11:00 pm

Must-Try Dishes:  Chicken Tikka Masala, Lamb Biryani

Price for 2: $90 approx.

4. The Mansion Restaurant

The Mansion was once the residence of cotton mogul Sheppard King in 1925. Toddie Lee Wynne, an oilman, eventually acquired the property. The oil heiress Caroline Rose Hunt opened the establishment in 1980 and has been called "one of the last storied, formal restaurants in the United States. Sebastien Archambault is the executive chef of the restaurant. Casey Thompson began her career at the restaurant where Dean Fearing, the former head chef, worked. Filet Mignon, Lobster Risotto, Pan-Seared Scallops are the most known dishes at this place to try. 

Location: 2821 Turtle Creek Blvd, Dallas, TX 75219, United States

Timings: Mon-Sun: 11:00 am to 11:00 pm

Must-Try Dishes:  Filet Mignon, Lobster Risotto

Price for 2: $90 approx.

5. Malai Kitchen

Yasmin and Braden Wages founded Malai Kitchen in January 2011. The restaurant is located in Uptown, Dallas, Texas. The couple wanted to bring Vietnamese and Thai cuisine to a restaurant setting but in a modernised way. The menu includes kaffir-chicken jerky, pork belly salad, five-spice pork ribs, and caramel-fish sauce ice cream. In 2016, the Wages added a second location in Southlake. They also opened a third location in Fort Worth's The Shops At Clearfork. 

Location: 3699 McKinney Ave #319, Dallas, TX 75204, United States

Timings: Mon-Sun: 11:00 am to 11:00 pm

Must-Try Dishes:  Kaffir-chicken jerky, pork belly salad

Price for 2: $90 approx.

6. The Old Warsaw

Old Warsaw is a known place for fine dining. The place has Prime Steaks, Fresh Seafood, Poultry, and an extensive Wine List. One can try dishes like Caviar, Baked Goat Cheese, Chateaubriand, Prime Filet Mignon, Lobster Thermidor, Sea Bass, Chocolate Souffle, table-side cherries Jubilee, and many other dishes. The Old Warsaw is also the top steakhouse in Uptown Dallas. Old Warsaw is constantly recognized for its superior French Continental cuisine.

Location: 2512 Maple Ave, Dallas, TX 75201, United States

Timings: Mon-Sun: 11:00 am to 11:00 pm

Must-Try Dishes:  Lobster Thermidor, Sea Bass

Price for 2: $90 approx.

All these famous restaurants are known for great food and friendly service. One cannot miss out on the delicacies when visiting Dallas.