3 Luxury Restaurants in Downtown Dallas

A focused image of a dinner setting in a luxury restaurant.

You don’t have to walk the Champs-Élysées in Paris or search through Tokyo to find contemporary, elite dining. Everything you could want for a special night out is available within a short distance of our high-rise apartments in Dallas.

Three luxury restaurants near our community include:

Fearing’s Restaurant

A new take on Texan and American favorites, Fearing’s Restaurant offers an extensive menu that appeals to all palates. In recent years, Fearing’s has been named “Restaurant of the Year” and “Table of the Year” by Esquire Magazine, and #1 in Hotel Dining in the U.S. by the Zagat Survey. They serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner with a full bar, as well as a Sunday brunch. Reservations are offered for all meals.

The French Room

Be instantly transported when you enter The French Room, an elegant eatery that serves modern French cuisine and prides itself on its extensive wine list. A surprising feature of The French Room, a gallery of curated art created by artists with ties to Texas, is available for you to peruse before or after you dine. At first glance, one might think this a restaurant that only serves dinner. However, they also offer a tea service on Saturdays and Sundays. The beef ragout, served with white shrimp, compressed apple, and an herb brioche, is a crowd favorite.


The original Knife is located at the Highland Dallas hotel in downtown. D Magazine calls Knife the “Best Steakhouse” in Dallas, and it’s hard to disagree. Between their bacon tasting fleet and their banh mi sandwiches, they have a varied and amazing menu. The main attraction, of course, is the steak, offering six different cuts, in addition to salads and the tartare. Knife is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and serves a full bar.

These three restaurants are only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the luxury dining scene near our apartments in downtown Dallas. If you’re looking to call our community home, please contact us today.

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