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Uchi offers a truely memorable dining experience. Certainly one of the best meals in Dallas. Truely unique presentations and ingredients. A tour de force of sushi and other Japenese specialties. Let your waiter guide you through the menu and daily specials, you will not be disappointed! MoreOpenTable Diner -
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BUZZBREWS Kitchen is an eclectic and funky round-the-clock eatery specializing in all day breakfast favorites, omelets, salads, grilled meats, south-of-the-border creations, and all-you-can-drink coffee. An extremely clean little pop art mecca with a mouthwatering menu, BUZZBREWS has the freshest, most well prepared food in its price range and is a cozy haven for hungry travelers, breakfast lovers, late night hang-out seekers, professionals on the go, park bench philosophers, foodies and coffee connoisseurs of all kinds.More
Located in a well-known spot in the Lakewood neighborhood, Mot Hai Ba (1-2-3 in Vietnamese) is a widely recognized restaurant serving both fine modern Northern Vietnamese cuisine in a casual setting. Given Four Stars by Leslie Brenner of the Dallas Morning News.
The menu changes regularly and features seasonal dishes as well as Chef Peja Krstic's imaginative specials. Lunch and Dinner are served. Cozy front room and a lovely patio. More
Mico Rodriguez is known in Dallas for creating several iconic restaurants, putting an indelible mark on this city’s restaurant industry.
He is credited with elevating the Tex-Mex experience focusing on fresh ingredients, attentive service and modern decor.
His latest restaurant concept, Mesero, includes a menu of re-imagined Tex-Mex and Mexican dishes as well as American classics.
Starting in grade school, helping his parents who were working in the restaurant industry, Mico neverf orgot the importance of “good service.” In fact, Mesero means “waiter” in Spanish and reflects Mico’s goal for this restaurant to be of service to both our customers and the community.More