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Trece Mexican Kitchen & Tequila Lounge - Closed

4513 Travis St. Dallas, TX 75205 | Park Cities | 214-780-1900

Location Description:

The Travis Avenue bar and restaurant scene is a favorite hangout for the uptown crowd. From the porch of Mexican kitchen and Tequila Lounge, you can look out on a street lined with fancy cars and beautiful people, or you can look inside at the breezy California-style dining room, rich with dark cherry tables and floors, and white adobe walls. Walk into the bar area and sample any of their 100-plus tequilas-they even have several top shelf tequilas on tap. Have drinks with friends or sit down for a delicious gourmet Tex-Mex meal.Here you can get the most virile tableside guacamole known this side of the Minute Men; a place where haute Mexican regional cooking unfurls in fresh clear flavors, including the prime New York strip ranchero; short ribs braised in cabernet and Mexican chili; and nachos with lobster, black bean puree, avocado and jalape√ɬĪo jelly. Trece is where good Mexican lives in Dallas. Here"s hoping more follow suit.

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  • Cuisine(s): Mexican
  • Hours: Sun, Sat 10:30am-3pm, Sun, Fri-Sat 5pm-11pm, Mon-Tue 5pm-10pm, Wed-Fri 11am-2:30pm, Wed-Thu 5pm-10:30pm
  • Price: $$$
  • Serving: Brunch, Dinner, Lunch
  • Alcohol: Full bar
  • Reservations: Accepted
  • Parking: Street, Valet
  • Payment Types: All Major Credit Cards
  • Attire: Business casual
  • Features: Banquet Facilities, Fireplace, Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Private Party, Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible

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