Dallas, TX 75209-3141
- 5-10 p.m. Monday-Thursday, 5-11 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
- Wheelchair accessible, Takeout
- Full bar
- Free Parking, Valet Parking
- Reservations Recommended
Top pick: Listen carefully to the recitation of daily specials, which range from a rotating pasta dish to a splurge-tastic hunk of grilled beef. While you eat, look around to spot local socialites and celebs — and make sure to save room for that fried pie, or the impressively rich butterscotch pot de creme, which truly lives up to its reputation.
The downside: There are occasional details, like clumpy grits or a long wait for a table you’d already reserved, to remind you that Neighborhood Services has been more or less continuously slammed since it opened.
Fun fact: The Addison location is open for lunch, unlike the original on Lovers Lane, and there’s a Bar & Grill spinoff that caters to the Preston Hollow crowd, along with a new location at The Star in Frisco.
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