About Pappas Bros. Steakhouse
Dallas, TX 75220
At Pappas Bros. Steakhouse, the focus is a total quality dining experience; in the food and wine the steakhouse offers and in the pristine service it provides. The steakhouse features USDA Prime, in-house dry-aged beef, superior to all grades and known for its marbling, texture and flavor. The menu also includes seafood selections from Pacific Blue Fin Tuna to Live Maine Lobster.
The award-winning wine list boasts over 3,500 selections and the cellars have an inventory totaling over 35,000 bottles from every major fine wine producing region in the world. Pappas Bros. Steakhouse received the coveted 2015 Grand Award, which is the highest distinction possible for wine selection by Wine Spectator. Dallas has a been proud recipient of this prestigious award since 2010.
Steak, American, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
5 PM - 10 PM Monday - Thursday
5 PM - 11 PM Friday and Saturday
Our cocktail lounge opens at 4 PM daily.
I35 and Northwest Hwy
$50 and over
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Piano player in the bar from 6:30 PM to close.
Call Pappas Catering at 972-669-0364
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Cigar Room, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
For your private event, Pappas Bros. Steakhouse offers four different private rooms, including a wine room and fireplace lounge. We offer seating from 10 to 80 people.
Pappas Bros. Steakhouse Ratings and Reviews
I was dissapointed to say the least. Serached the internet for best steak houses and this came up as being better than Salt Grass....No way. The 28 day aged process did not impress me at all. I ordered my steak medium rare and was so tough with a red center felt like I was eating a steak cooked well done. Will not return to this establishment.
We've loved Pappas for years. Always visit for birthdays and anniversaries. This time it was a late Valentines celebration. Bought a $210 bottle of 2003 Malbec, and it was fabulous. The care that they took in serving it and de-cantering it was great. We were there for 3 hours and never felt hurried. I wish they didn't serve the appetizer scallops in 3's. That is hard to split. Make it an even 4. Plus at $19.95, that's a lot for only 3 bacon wrapped scallops.
This time we weren't impressed with the 14 oz prime ribeye. The texture and flavor just weren't up to par with past visits. The outside was charred and gave it a bitter taste. It didn't have the juicy fat content we are used to. It didn't melt in your mouth. The Australian lobster however was divine. It was worth every bite at $85. Just superb. Mushrooms and spinach are both awesome.
The Chocolate turtle cake was just okay. I wouldn't order it again. Too heavy on the Oreo crumbs.
This is what corporate America serves up to Main Street as "fancy pants" super-special-occasion steakhouse dining. Huge, slick dining rooms. Entrees start in the $45+ range and are clearly designed to be impressive and expensive rather than even remotely imaginative. This is NOT a foodie destination. Pros: Good but not great dry-aged filet mignon. Fried oyster appetizer featured at least 10 enormous, perfectly cooked oysters and was actually a bargain for its price. Fantastic key lime pie. Cons: House salad is shockingly pedestrian, especially for $11.95. Steak fries are tasteless, mealy, unappealing slabs of unadorned fried potato. Don't waste your money. Service is friendly, earnest, and efficient.
The food is excellent (appetizers, drinks, salad, steaks) & food presentation as well. Service was good, but we've had better service (from hostesses to waiter) in other Dallas comparable restaurants. Dry-aged steak flavor was not different than other restaurants, so it felt overpriced. Great restaurant. B+ or A-.
We had a wonderful experience at Pappas Bros steakhouse. They were out of the daily special that we originally ordered, but the waiter was wonderful and made additional suggestions. We attended on Valentines Day and although it was very busy, the staff was attentive, we did not have to wait for our table and the rose that we were given was a very thoughtful touch.
The food was great. I asked for a well done steak but got more of a medium-well and I ended up liking it more so I guess that worked out. The mashed potatoes were pretty good too and the cocktails were great. Our service wasn't so good though. We thought it was because of Valentine's Day but our waitress and the managers were making their rounds checking up on other tables except for ours so that was really upsetting. We're paying customers so we expected the same service as everyone else
This was an all-around awesome experience! From the valet parking to our fair well good-bye we felt the warm a personal touches. The salads and soups were perfect segways to our main course. The salad was nice and cold with the best sauce. Our steaks were out of this world (mouth watering, melt in your mouth) tender, seasoned to perfection. The servers desert recommendation was a delectable crescendo to a perfect dinning experience! We definitely recommend this restaurant to all...it is worth the drive and $$$$.
Food was great but turtle gumbo yikes.... smallish portion, no gumbo ingredients, and non-distinct flavor. The sherry was a nice touch but added very little. There was a decent amount of turtle but the soup had no substance. It was by far the most disappointing choice and outcome at a nice steak restaurant in many, many years.
I WAS ALWAYS A LAWRY'S FAN UNTIL LAST TWO TIMES I ATE THERE, BEEN TO DEL FRISCOS A COUPLE OF TIMES, TO NOISY, QUALITY AT RUTH CHRIS WAS NOT UP TO PAR, SO DECIDED TO TRY PAPA BROTHERS FOR VALENTINE. IT WAS THE BEST STEAK I HAVE HAD IN A LONG TIME.
INTRODUCED GRANDSON TO SCALLOPS. THERE WERE COOKED ABSOLUTLY PERFECT, UNFORTUNATELY HE IS NOW HOOKED ON SCALLOPS, TOLD HIM THEY DON'T ANT BETTERTHAN THIS.
I have been to PB some years ago, and could remember having a great meal so I decided to take may wife there for a Valentine's day dinner. Ithe was a Saturday night and it was super packed, standing room only at the bar while you wait for your table. The Ambiance was very nice, our waiter was very polite, service was pretty good. We had, the lobster deviled eggs - they were amazing, best part of the meal my wife and I had the bone in ribeye it was decent I have travel for work so I have been to many steak house, this steak was average at best. The meal with the tip was $408.00 this included a bottle of wine @ $155.00 + the 41.00 bar tab while waiting for our table which was not ready - for this price I expect amazing.....period. All in all I would go there again if I was not paying for the meal the food is just not worth it to me. NICK AND SAMS, or Bob's, or even Silver fox would have been better.
I've been to Pappas several times. The food was solid again, and our server was very good.
Unfortunately, the environment is really chaotic, loud, and not very relaxing. Additionally, we weren't seated until 30 minutes after our reservation time, so we had to huddle near the hostess stand for all that time.
The menu is standard Dallas steakhouse fare. The food and wine prices are very high. Not worth it in my opinion and we won't be going back.
If your idea of nice dining is a relatively quiet environment where you can actually hear the person sitting across from you at the table I would recommend you look elsewhere. My recent dinner at Papa brothers was punctuated by the shrill of other diners, in different servers, and, at the end of the night, left me with painful ears.
The quality of the steak was excellent but when I spend this much money for a fine dinner with my date I don't expect her to have to scream and still not be heard.
There are equally fine quality restaurants in the area that do not measure their internal environment on the Richter scale. In the future I will find those.
It is one of the few steak houses My wife or I have been to that even when you make a reservation you have to wait at least 30 minutes for a table. Also when we got our car back from valet there was a scratch mark on my car. We haven't been here in awhile due to bad service and yet again it seems like very little changed .
The food was the usual impeccable and the service by Chris was outstanding as the service always is. My ONLY problem was the noise level. There were two tables of six in the small room that were so loud (I am not kidding) my ears hurt and were ringing when I got outside.
That was the ONLY thing. I knew it was a Sat night and I knew it was going to be busy.
Food was great, a table of 8 sat next to us, one guy was obnoxious and used the "f" word numerous times. If we hadn't have already ordered our food we would have asked to move, and we had our 15 year old with us. Disappointed, considering what we paid for this meal.
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