In a generic strip mall setting, the chefs shine
Tristan Simon's and David McMillan's latest restaurant was meant for sharing
Songs by committed vegan Moby play in the background as we dine on our red and dripping prime rib
Bob's brings the beef to the 'burbs
Food just like Mother used to make, only better
Steak without all the steakhouse B.S.
Thursday, September 6, at Andy's, Denton
Stone Horse Bistro is a mix of virility and lethargy
Haute cuisine battles with nightclub bombast at N9NE
Park Cities Prime tickles the umami receptors
Is there such a thing as steakhouse saturation?
Bijoux is an endearing experience
Central 214 blends the humble and the noble
This grill requires a high-cholesterol billfold
Our restaurant critic travels to China to unravel the riddle: Why can't Dallas do Chinese?
Metro Grill surpasses first impressions
: At Rafain Brazilian Churrascaria, all you can eat is less than you think
More than olives and beer nuts, Vickery Park takes pub grub to the next level
"Fine Dining" when they don't try too hard
An Uneven Slope: Inconsistencies make for an unpredictable ride at Walnut Hill Grill
At Tutto Eclectic Italian, the menu doesn't fail to seduce, but the food falls flat on delivery
Taverna may be loud, but its menu is silent lucidity
Texas de Brazil
The fare is disappointing at this upper-end steak house
Which is more revolting: haggis, scrapple or head cheese?
Blade's needs an update
Mignon chef puts a twist on the classic
Ernie's of Dallas
What's up with Kobe beef?
Buy a map, find Little Elm and head to Café C. Your belly will thank you.
Venezia is a downscale cafe with an upscale touch
There's everything from bull's-eyes to wild tosses at restaurant "a"
The Metropolitan could give Dallas some much-needed vitality
When it comes to food, Marty's Bistro is game--and its vino is primo
Loosen up and enjoy the ride at Paris Vendôme
Why shouldn't we order well-done steaks?
The master showman knows how to turn theme-park dining into sensual drama
Take a good look. Perry's isn't your typical steakhouse.
Steak the most promising of restaurateur's endeavors
Timpano calls itself Italian, but that's just a lot of mortadella
Do any Dallas restaurants serve organ meats?
Rudolph's Market & Sausage Factory
Where the bold can French-kiss a cow