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The Hottest New Restaurants In Dallas

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If you’re a foodie living in Dallas, you know how exciting it is when new eateries open. With the Big D’s restaurant scene constantly evolving and some of the best chefs from around the country setting up shop here, there’s no shortage of amazing places to try. From incredible food to chic atmospheres and impeccable service, it’s no surprise that some of the hottest restaurants in Dallas are shaking up the culinary world. This list brings you the newest, most mouth-watering additions to the Dallas food scene — in no particular order!

Sadelle’s in Highland Park

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Calling all brunch lovers. Sadelle’s in Highland Park is the hottest new eaterie on the block. Serving up award-winning brunch staples and the “best bagels in America,” this modern all-day diner brings a taste of New York to Dallas.

Located at 1 Highland Park Village, this addition is the fifth Sadelle’s to date, adding to outposts in New York City, Las Vegas, Miami, and Paris.

With its combination of stylish décor, impeccable service, and exciting menu, this brunch institution is the epitome of New York chic.

The delectable menu includes bagel towers, sliced-to-order lox, fresh chopped salads, and breakfast tacos! If you want to whip up your own creation, check out the marketplace and pick up some top-quality produce!


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Come for the nostalgia, stay for the pizza! Dallas favorite, Sfuzzi, is back and better than ever! Resurrecting on Henderson Avenue in Uptown, Sfuzzi brings wood-fired pizzas, a seafood bar, and even some of their original decor back to the Dallas food scene — think deja vu with a modern twist!

The classic menu features Sfuzzi’s famous pizzas, spicy vodka rigatoni, pork chop piccata, and pesto fusilli. Can’t decide what you want? Satisfy your light-fare desires with the shareable portion of the menu, which boasts delicious calamari, savory prosciutto, and tender beef carpaccio. Be sure to wash down your meal with one of their specialty cocktails — cin cin!


Fiatto Restaurant

As one of the most talked-about restaurants in the area, Fiatto will have you wanting more. This chef-driven eatery recently opened its door in Dallas’ West Village, and it’s fast becoming a favorite of Dallasites.

If you’re a foodie, you’ll love the ever-changing seasonal menu and made-from-scratch bread, pasta, and fresh sauces. Other mouth-watering menu items include Pork Chop Milanese, 24K Risotto, and Big Eye Tuna “Capanesca.” Looking for a tipple? The bar menu is just as impressive and features the classics, such as Negroni and Peach Bellini, as well as a vast wine menu.

The Mexican

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Combine bold design with great cocktails, a killer menu of Northern Mexico fare, and a treasure trove of tequila and cigars. Now add a tequila wall and tasting table, an eccentric cigar lounge, and multi-level, picturesque outdoor patios, and you’ve just discovered The Mexican.

New to the Dallas Design District, The Mexican is a chic new eatery serving up contemporary, authentic Mexican dishes. The menu features heritage recipes such as Carne Asada, grilled filet enchiladas and Tostaditas.

Want to take advantage of the balmy Dallas evenings? Grab a table outside on the beautiful terrace inspired by North Mexican landscapes. Looking for something a little more intimate? The Mexican also has private dining rooms featuring regional art for an incredible dining experience.