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Top Celebrity Chefs in Dallas

Try some of the best eats that Dallas has to offer. These celebrity chefs are serving some of the best food the city has to offer. 

Stephan Pyles' Stampede 66

Stampede 66 has been referred to as Chef Stephan Pyles’ “love letter to Texas.” Located on the edge of Uptown, this restaurant showcases all things Texas from the interior décor to the chef-inspired menu. Try Chef Pyles’ interpretations of his favorite Texas foods like sweet potato-wild boar barbacoa tamales and honey fried chicken.

Teiichi Sakurai's Tei-An

Located in One Arts Plaza in the Dallas Arts District, Tei An’s is a local favorite. James Beard award nominee Chef Teiichi Sakurai serves authentic Japanese food. Check out the rooftop for breathtaking views of downtown Dallas.

Dean Fearing's Fearing's

Dean Fearing’s restaurant includes the famous Rattlesnake Bar, the luxurious bar alongside Fearing's namesake restaurant at the Ritz-Carlton. Enjoy one of seven dining experiences, served in both indoor and outdoor spaces, with an impressive menu filled with Texas cuisine favorites and specialties.

Kent Rathbun's Abacus

In the upscale dining scene in Uptown, Abacus is led by four-time James Beard Award nominated chef Kent Rathbun. Try elevated dishes like the parmesan crusted buffalo tenderloin or the citrus glazed salmon.

Wolfgang Puck's Five Sixty

See the magnificent view of Dallas from your table. Five Sixty serves chef Wolfgang Puck's most revered Asian-inspired dishes. Start with the crisp suckling pig before enjoying tamarind glazed baby back ribs as you enjoy a panoramic view of the Dallas skyline.

Chad Houser's Café Momentum

This Dallas-based restaurant and culinary training facility transforms young people's lives through a 12-month internship program for at-risk youth who have spent time in juvenile facilities. Café Momentum offers sophisticated American cuisine, an impressive wine menu and savory desserts that are too good to pass up.

John Tesar's Knife

Top Chef contestant and James Beard nominated Chef John Tesar brings a steakhouse concept inside the Highland Hotel. Knife offers classic and modern steakhouse dishes with all-natural born and raised Texas meats. Enjoy dinner on the patio, followed by cocktails and cigars from their in-house humidor.

Matt McCallister’s FT33

Award-winning chef Matt McCallister uses locally sourced ingredients to create modern dishes at his FT33 Restaurant. The seasonally-inspired menu changes frequently, so be sure to try the four-course option to get a taste of everything, or go for the beverage pairing option to sample some of their featured wines.

Stephan Pyles’ Flora Street Café

Flora Street Café is the latest restaurant from the James Beard Award-wining celebrity chef Stephan Pyles. Located in the Dallas Arts District, this restaurant serves “elevated Texas cuisine” in an intimate and elegant setting.

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