Food & Drink

15 restaurants to check out for DFW Restaurant Week

Your personal guide to DFW Restaurant Week is here.

Visit Dallas Staff
Posted on Aug 4, 2017

DFW Restaurant Week is back for its 20th year and there's plenty of options to choose from for your next dinner. Take advantage of the week (August 7-13) and find a new favorite restaurant.


1. Tillman's Roadhouse in the Bishop Arts District offers Texas Cuisine with a modern spin. This year's Restaurant Week menu features five main course options, including a charred vegetable chile relleno and clementine barbecue salmon.


2. Head to the Historic West End for dinner at Y.O. Ranch. This Dallas staple, impresses with its intimate ambiance and exotic selections, with the seafood pancake and Texas hill country venison chops on the menu this year.


3. Bring a friend and enjoy dinner at Smoke in West Dallas. The Restaurant Week menu features the BBQ Board for Two, a hearty collection of brisket, pulled whole hog and pork spare ribs served alongside mustard seed potato salad, blue cheese cole slaw and pickled veggies.


4. Enjoy the best views of Dallas at Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck. Located at the top of Reunion Tower, the entire restaurant revolves around the tower giving guests the full view of the entire city while enjoying creative Asian dishes.


5. Go for elegance with a fine dinner outing to The Mansion Restaurant, a once private estate, turned into a sophisticated restaurant. Enjoy a three-course meal with crab bisque, quail and raspberry and pistachio for dessert are a few features on the menu.  


6. An extensive, delectable wine list paired with the famous steaks makes Al Biernat's a can't-miss restaurant in Dallas. Located near Oak Lawn, the restaurant is offering both a lunch and dinner option during Restaurant Week, with favorites like grilled salmon and marinated pork chops on the menu.


7. Get a taste of fine Italian food at Adelmo's. Creamy pastas and Italian sausage stuffed mushrooms are a few highlights that will be served.


8. If you're in the mood to do some people watching, Savor Gastropub, is your ideal location. Located in Klyde Warren Park, this popular spot is serving all the goods with tasty salads to start, and the grilled swordfish BLT and smoke pork brisket as options on the main course.   


9. Indulge in a day of shopping at NorthPark Center, before stopping to dine at The Theodore. Baked brie, black truffle mac and cheese and pork osso buco are their feature options on the Restaurant Week menu.


10. Looking for a trendy spot to hangout before a show? Check out Proof + Pantry for fantastic cocktails and appetizing food. This restaurant sits near the Arts District making it easy to get to your show at the AT&T Performing Arts Center on time.


11. Grab a group of friends and ask for a table on the patio at Bolsa in the Bishop Arts District.  The restaurant focuses on seasonally-inspired dishes made with locally sourced ingredients, and the concept extends to the bar with plenty of local brews and spirits on the menu.


12. Located just steps from the Perot Museum and Klyde Warren Park, Meso Maya makes it easy to get mouthwatering enchiladas and Mayan-inspired dishes.   


13. Pair your Restaurant Week three-course lunch or dinner with delicious cocktails at RJ Mexican Cuisine located in the Historic West End. The menu pairs a refreshing drink with each course, so you know you're in for a good time here.


14. Enjoy live music and drinks on the garden patio at Saint Ann Restaurant & Bar. And feast on bacon wrapped jalapenos and Texas quail, paired with your favorite wine to sip on throughout the night.


15. Stop by Mercat Bistro in the Harwood District for French-inspired foods. The Restaurant Week menu features a three-course meal with sea bass, paired with artichokes and carrots as the main course and a peach tart for dessert.