The Village Dallas
The latest see-and-be-seen stop in The Village is this clubby Mexican hideaway, which has style to spare. Dark-wood accents, string lights, and stained glass plays nicely along with signature dishes including hamachi aguachile, blue crab tostadas, and tacos by the dozen — camarones mole poblano, barbacoa, and cochinita Pibil plus more — on housemade corn tortillas. You’ll surely wake up at brunch here, with the spicy Bloody Maria married with the chilaquiles rojos. Or maybe you might be sweet on the horchata-soaked French toast. It’s nearly impossible to go wrong in a place so right-on.