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Dallas Fish Market

1501 Main St. Dallas, TX 75201 | Downtown & Deep Ellum | 214-744-3474

Location Description:

Dallas Fish Market chef Anupam Joglekar mans the kitchen of this fish market with a steakhouse feel. The restaurant serves some of Dallas’ better seafood in a sleek dining room. Steaks and sushi share menu space with pan-seared fishes dressed with sauces incorporating flavors from around the globe. It’s a something-for-everyone kind of place with good execution in the kitchen.


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  • Cuisine(s): Japanese, Seafood, Steakhouse
  • Hours: Sun 5pm-9pm, Mon-Fri 11am-2pm, Mon-Thu 5pm-10pm, Fri-Sat 5pm-11pm
  • Price: $$$, $$$$
  • Serving: Dinner, Lunch
  • Alcohol: Full bar
  • Reservations: Accepted, Recommended
  • Parking: Meters, Valet
  • Payment Types: All Major Credit Cards
  • Attire: Business Casual
  • Features: Banquet Facilities, Business Dining, Catering, Kid Friendly, Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Private Party, Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible

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