If you would like to meet friends for an evening of wining and dining, head to one of the following restaurants where you’ll find fabulous meals and some of the best wine in town:
Elevated above the ground floor of 400 Record, Bullion serves an array of classic and contemporary French dishes. Michelin Star-awarded Chef Bruno Davaillon uses ingredients that stand out. He wants guests to enjoy French food the way he would eat it, and the meals pair well with wines from his homeland. The setting is upscale and features a lozenge-patterned floor, picture windows, and a richly decorated silk rug. Try the rillette de saumon with a glass of NV Le Mesnil or Francois Carillon.
At Si Tapas, the mission is to serve delicious Spanish tapas with a modern twist. Executive Chef Jose Louis credits his grandmother with teaching him to cook as a young boy. His dishes have been featured in D Magazine and have even earned him the “Best of DFW” award from the Dallas Morning News. The restaurant’s cozy setting transports guests to the cottages of the Iberian Peninsula. A soccer game is often playing at the bar, and guests can enjoy happy hour specials on the patio. The menu includes carne cruda and pincho moruno, which pair well with Martin Sancho and Emilio Moro.
City Hall Bistro
On the site of Dallas’s original City Hall, the City Hall Bistro offers a menu full of southern European-style dishes. The waitstaff provides unparalleled service, and the thoughtfully designed space comes complete with warm wood accents, compelling modern art, and a brass-trimmed open kitchen. The menu features meals such as ricotta gnocchi and lamb terrine, which can be enjoyed with a glass of Visintini or Chateau Ksara.
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