Dallas, TX 75219
- 5-10 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday.
- Dinner, Brunch
- Full bar
- Valet Parking
- Reservations Recommended, Online Reservations Available
Top pick: It’s hard to say because the menu changes almost constantly, but almost any pasta is a reliable bet, as are raw preparations of seafood or beef. The brunch is formidable, too.
The downside: Your favorite dishes will almost certainly be gone the next time you visit.
Fun fact: For the first few months of the pandemic, the restaurant actively helped out local farmers by acting as a clearinghouse for fresh produce and eggs. It was a win-win situation: Farmers who suddenly lost all their restaurant contracts were able to sell their wares directly to diners.
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