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 recent highlights have included salmon or trout cooked over an open hearth, beef pastrami on house pumpernickel and pasta with a ragu of pork and spice-free habanada peppers. Also, as a general rule, Homewood is one of the two best pasta places in Dallas, alongside Sachet. (And yes, it is strange that our two best pasta joints aren’t actually Italian.)
The downside: Your favorite dishes will almost certainly be gone the next time you visit. Also, Homewood isn’t especially pedestrian-friendly.
Fun fact: Here’s how McCallister can take a flavor and multiply it: That roasted mushroom side dish is extra-smoky because it’s drizzled with a housemade butter that contains even more roasted mushrooms.
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