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Bugatti Ristorante

3802 W. Northwest Highway
Dallas, TX 75220


  • Mon-Fri 11am-11pm, Sat-Sun 5pm-11pm
  • $$
  • Lunch, Dinner
  • Banquet Facilities, Catering, Private-group dining
  • Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Takeout
  • Lot available
  • Recommended, Reservations Accepted
The one thing likely to blow you away at Bugatti Ristorante is the jetwash from the planes landing at adjacent Love Field. The food is conservative, almost comforting: Atlantic salmon with a mild dill sauce, perhaps, or penne pasta with grilled chicken. The décor is elegant but bland, the service unobtrusive. But these solid elements, offered at surprisingly reasonable prices, add up to a reliable Italian favorite--and the terrace is a great lunch spot for plane-spotters.


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