Dine in delight: Food experiences for your next meeting in Dallas

Impress your guests with a foodie experience they won't forget.

Posted on Jun 27, 2019

Food is such a large part of our social activities and when you have a group in tow, things are no different. With Dallas' dining scene constantly evolving and new restaurants opening every week, it can be hard to find something that works for a large party, feels personalized and provides a VIP element. Here's some options for your group's next dining outing, courtesy of some of the best and most popular restaurants all throughout the city.


Guacamole making at Jalisco Norte

Learn the ins and outs of the popular Tex-Mex appetizer at this recently opened Uptown restaurant. Your group can utilize the several unique spaces throughout the restaurant for the occasion, including their Casa de Arbol. The indoor space, best utilized for seated groups of 100, is beautifully enveloped in large windows overlooking oak trees along Turtle Creek.


Sushi rolling at Five Sixty

Along with its impressive 360-degree views, Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck at Reunion Tower brings a stellar experience in the form of a sushi rolling class. Presented by the restaurant's Asian cuisine experts, the class is best for groups of 10 or more and takes about an hour. Along with the class, your group can enjoy a private dining space and exquisite traditional Asian fare.


Wine pairings at Ruth's Chris Uptown

While your attendees may enjoy the cuisine and national wine pairing dinners of Ruth's Chris Steak House all across the country, treat them to something new and exclusive when they come to Dallas. The restaurant's wine expert invites a representative from the Caymus and Wagner Family portfolio to present pairings with dinner, explaining the intricacies of each tasting and wowing your guests at the same time with this private event. 


8-course meal at Purepecha Room
Deep Ellum

Tucked in the back of a Deep Ellum taco lounge behind a wooden door, Purepecha Room is the talk of the town. The Rojas family – including James Bear Award finalist Regino Rojas – oversees, prepares and serves an authentic 8-course meal in an open-kitchen atmosphere filled with the aromas and flavors of Mexico. The space holds 14 people max and only takes two seatings each night.


Tableside avocado margaritas at Meso Maya

This Downtown staple brings the bar to your table with a live demonstration on how to make an avocado margarita. The refreshing cocktail is simply prepared and even easier to enjoy – you'll leave with everything you need to know about how to make this Dallas favorite at home.