Living in a dynamic city like Dallas gives you the opportunity to explore all the new restaurants that come onto the dining scene. With new eateries opening their doors each month, you can find options for every taste and style. Recently, a lot of buzz has surrounded some new hotspots around the city. Here are a few worth exploring:
Tulum derives its name from a charming coastal city on the eastern edge of the Yucatan Peninsula. The decor at this Oak Lawn eatery is both chic and exotic, from the vibrant pattern of the wallpaper to the billowy light fixtures that stretch across the bar. The menu uses authentic ingredients to create specialties such as the charred spanish octopus, beef tenderloin tartare, and flounder milanesa.
Tucked away in the Uptown neighborhood, you’ll find The Henry. Pops of blue contrast against the industrial-style decor, making it warm and welcoming from the start. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, guests can enjoy upscale comfort food with dishes such as bread pudding french toast, roasted turkey dip, and barbecue pork ribs.
Nori Handroll Bar
Located in the bustling Deep Ellum area, Nori Handroll Bar is the latest Japanese restaurant in the neighborhood. Streamlined and modern, this new hotspot has a 24-seat bar running down its dining room. Small in size, but big on flavor, Nori Handroll Bar specializes in temaki-style sushi with house favorites, including salmon sashimi and hamachi kama, as well as an extensive selection of temaki.Back to all posts