Petra & The Beast
Dallas, TX 75246
- noon-9:30 p.m. Wed, Thu, Fri and Sun, 7 p.m. Sat (reservation required on Sat)
- Dinner, Snack Food
- Lot available
Top pick: The best charcuterie board in Dallas, period. Also, watch out for any time when Petra runs a home-style special from chef-owner Misti Norris’ Louisiana roots, like boudin or a bulk container of takeout gumbo.
Fun fact: If you can score one of the coveted tasting menu spots, Petra offers the best BYOB experience within Dallas city limits.
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