The Whimsy of Belly and Trumpet

Despite some misses, this mixed menu offers some of the best food in Uptown.

The Scorched Belly drink features rye whiskey and bitter Aperol and is garnished with a floating slice of lemon assaulted with a blowtorch.
Catherine Downes
The Scorched Belly drink features rye whiskey and bitter Aperol and is garnished with a floating slice of lemon assaulted with a blowtorch.

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Belly and Trumpet

3407 McKinney Ave., 214-855-5551, bellyandtrumpet.com. Open 4-10 p.m. Tuesday-Thursday, 4 -11 p.m. Friday-Saturday, 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday. $$$$

Shishito peppers $6

Yellowfin tuna $14

Branzino $16

Lamb shoulder $17

Cornish game hen $17

After a drink at the bar, head back out front. The wrap-around porch is the best place to dine as long as the weather permits. With comfortable seats, ample tables and plenty of people-watching, the outdoor seating is a perfect backdrop for a restaurant that finally brings something interesting to Uptown.

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notallofeastdallasislakewood
notallofeastdallasislakewood

A great addition to Uptown.  Our group sampled almost everything on the menu over the weekend.  Just couldn't help ourselves.  The antelope tartare, chickpea fries and tuna were sublime.  The jury is still out on compressed fruit.  Not sure it is my thing.  The scorched belly on other hand, will be back for another soon.

 
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