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Sister Top 100

When The Grape closed in 2019, the heartbreak that Dallasites felt was palpable. Sister, which opened in the same space in late 2021, has filled the role of lower Greenville’s neighborly bistro admirably. With its menu of “loose Italian” and Mediterranean-inspired dishes, a visit to Sister is a delightful journey of pastas, proteins and vegetables layered with imaginative flavor combinations. Culinary director J. Chastain says his team wants meals at Sister to truly make you feel at home. “We like to think of it as coming to a dinner party at our house," Chastain says. "It's food we want to cook, and it's like you're our friends.”

Top Pick: Sister’s menu is designed for sharing among the table. Don’t miss the grilled focaccia with house-made mortadella, and definitely save room for the banana budino when it’s time to order dessert.
Alison McLean
  • Price: $$$
  • Hours: Monday-Sunday 4:30-10 p.m.
  • Outdoor seating: Open-air patio
  • Alcohol: Full bar