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400 Gradi

The food here can be fine, but wildly inconsistent quality in execution has us wondering if the pizza will be memorable or inedible on our next visit.
Italian, Pizza

Sloane's Corner

American, Italian

Midnight Rambler

Bars and Clubs

Niwa Japanese BBQ

Niwa gives Deep Ellum a proper Japanese grill-it-yourself experience, with excellent meat cuts (grab the hanger steak and short ribs), solid noodle bowl appetizers and a plentitude of dipping...

Armoury D.E.

One of Deep Ellum’s better bars by any measure, Armoury D.E. is especially beloved for its food. Owner Peter Novotny works with chef Abram Vargas to make his Hungarian heritage clear on the menu —...

CBD Provisions

This jewel in The Joule, headed by Executive Chef Richard Blankenship, features a surprisingly astute take on the In-N-Out burger (double grass-fed beef patty, "fancy sauce," lettuce, tomato,...
American, New American


Being a casual bistro inside of a four-star hotel has its benefits like validated parking with an optional valet and high class ambience. The updated lobby's marble finishing offers a cool, sleek...
Eclectic, Southwestern, American

Meddlesome Moth

Keith Schlabs and Shannon Wynne, the team behind the Flying Saucer craft-beer chain, have upped their suds game. In 2010, they opened this gastropub with 40 rotating drafts, two cask ales and more...
American, Gastro Pub, Bars and Clubs

Dallas Fish Market

Dallas Fish Market chef Anupam Joglekar mans the kitchen of this fish market with a steakhouse feel. The restaurant serves some of Dallas’ better seafood in a sleek dining room. Steaks and sushi...
Japanese, Seafood, Steak

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