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Restaurants in Dallas, Texas

Burger Street - Burger Street is a small, family owned, family style restaurant with bright lights and a fun atmosphere. They provide quality, and fast, friendly service within a clean environment. They serve traditional American cuisine with an emphasis on hamburgers. At Burger Street you won't be disappointed. The ingredients are fresh and great tasting from the meat itself to the red onion to the lettuce and tomato.

Cafe Madrid - Whether with a dark red wine or a cool jug of Sangria, this is a happy and fun little Spanish restaurant. Enjoy a plethora of small plates, including deep fried smelt, tender sweetbreads in lemon and caper butter, spicy rich blood sausage, garlic-laden shrimp, grilled quail, and oxtail.

Hattie's - An American bistro with a southern low-country influence, this gem is located in Oak Cliff's Bishop Arts District. Here, traditional ingredients are transformed into sophisticated yet simple dishes that surprise and satisfy the palette. Offering an imaginative menu that changes seasonally to take advantage of the freshest available produce, you can't go wrong with Hattie's.

Henk's European Deli and Black Forest Bakery - Consistently providing the public with quality food for over fifteen years, Henk's European Deli and Black Forest Bakery is a German diner and European deli with a pastry and import shop.

Highland Park Cafeteria - Here you will enjoy authentic comfort food prepared and served by many who have been with the HPC for over 20 years - including a cook, Mr. Bowen, who was hired in 1956.Any trip to Dallas calls for a visit to this great Texas institution. Come by and enjoy freshly prepared home style meals in a clean friendly atmosphere.

Javier's Gourmet Mexicano - Straying away from the Tex-Mex concept, including tacos and enchiladas, Javier's focuses on a more realistic image of what Mexico City dining is all about. The low-lit dining room at Javier's is replete with mounted game, large paintings, and hanging plants.

Magic Time Machine - Back in 1973, it was Tony the Tiger, John Wayne, Peter Pan, and ‘Elvis’ who joked with customers, and treated them to a very special dining experience with one of their favorite pop culture icons. Guests feasted on Slow Roasted Prime Rib, Hand-cut Steaks, and the Freshest Seafood available. Today, it is Captain Jack Sparrow, Ace Ventura, Woody the Sheriff, and Wonder Woman doing the serving. Not to be outdone, Indiana Jones, Dora the Explorer, Cinderella and Little Red Riding Hood anxiously await your arrival.

Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament - Welcome to the 11th century! Just beyond the great doors of our Hall of Arms waits the celebration arena, the heart of each of Medieval Times' nine castles. Below, behold an authentic medieval tournament for the Battle of Champions, with the help of Hollywood-caliber special effects.

Royal China Restaurant - The Royal China is the oldest family own Chinese Restaurant in North Texas. Continuing a tradition of excellence since 1974, this restaurant is one worth going to! Some of the favorite dishes include The Dumpling Bar, the "Asian Tostadas," the Flaming Volcano, Buck's Noodles, Asian Tostadas, Rainbow Wild Rice, and Buck's Lettuce Wraps.

Snappy Salads - Get away from fast food and come to Snappy Salads. With its huge variety of salads, wraps, and soups you will be amazed at its freshness and quantity. It is "so good that even guys like our salad."

The Grape Restaurant - Inspired by the bistros and wine bars of New York City & Europe, two friends, who met in New York, moved back to Dallas in 1972 to open The Grape, which has stayed true to its roots for over 35 years, offering quality food and wine at affordable prices. It is like stepping into a small European village. The monthly changing blackboard menu offerings, which have proven to be one of the elements of success, feature signature bistro fare as well as eclectic and contemporary creations.

The Old Warsaw - Recognized for its superior French Continental cuisine, The Old Warsaw has been the recipient of many important accolades over the years such as the prestigious Four Diamond Award. It has also been rated "Excellent" by the Zagat Texas Restaurant Survey.

Palm Restaurant - The Palm is a classic American steakhouse legendary for its prime aged steaks, jumbo Novia Scotia lobsters, premium fish and heritage Italian entrees, prepared to perfection using only the highest quality ingredients and served in generous portions. What makes The Palm truly unique is the genuine old world hospitality and unique atmosphere.

Wild About Harry's - Since 1996, Harry has been inviting Dallas families to be a part of his own family tradition of frozen custard and hot dogs. His store on Knox Street is a gathering place for all generations to enjoy good food and fun. Serving up creamy frozen custard in many flavors made daily, award-winning hot dogs, and a friendly atmosphere, Harry's has become the place to eat and relax.

Y.O. Ranch Steakhouse - Savor the finest cuts of steaks, chops and fresh fish cooked to perfection in a relaxed, elegant atmosphere at the chef-owned Y.O. Steakhouse and discover for yourself why Jim O’Connor of the Food Network declared the Y.O. Steakhouse as, “one of the nation’s finest steakhouses.”