Dallas is home to thousands of restaurants including those that are known for their unique features.
Those not to be missed include:
While Teppo isn't a sports bar, the sushi chefs are known for looking over their shoulder to glance at their favorite team in action. The chefs often recognize their regular customers as readily as they know their favorite players, and they enjoy watching sports with everyone who walks through the doors. Eater Dallas has recognized Teppo as one of the best sushi restaurants in the city, and popular choices include bigeye tuna, Japanese snapper, and Spanish mackerel.
Nestled in the Oak Cliff neighborhood, Smoke is owned by Tim Byres who uses antiquated cooking techniques. Before opening the restaurant in 2009, he cooked in the United States embassy in Belgium, and he has been recognized by publications such as Food & Wine and the Food Republic. The kitchen is anchored by a massive wood stove, while the dining area comes complete with colorful pictures and a cozy fireplace. The varied menu includes grilled quail, seared sea scallops, and smoked Berkshire pork chops with a delectable canella churros cake for dessert.
As soon as visitors walk into Russian Banya, they discover a bathhouse with a reputation for offering some of the hottest saunas around. The onsite restaurant is known as a hidden gem, and it was once featured on an episode of Bizarre Foods starring Andrew Zimmern. Guests always enjoy friendly service, and the vibrant dining room features chandeliers, Russian dolls, and a stage for live entertainment. Meals include borsch, pork kebabs, and lamb chops.
These are just a few of the restaurants near The Ashton. If you are searching for a place to call home, please contact us to schedule a tour. Our leasing agents would love to show you firsthand all our community has to offer.