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Now on Resy: Stillwell’s, St. Martin’s, Shodo, and More Local Favorites

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From a celebration of Texas ranching to a trusted French American bistro, these are just a few of the beloved Dallas and Fort Worth spots that are now bookable on Resy. Right this way.

Note: This list will be updated regularly with new additions each month, so be sure to check back often. For Dallas’ newest restaurant openings, head here.

Stillwell’s Harwood District

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Carnivores will definitely want a table at this opulent steakhouse in the Hôtel Swexan, where the apps include roasted bone marrow and there are no less than 15 different steaks on offer (and there’s plenty for seafood-lovers, too). The marquee offering: the premium beef from local Akaushi cattle, raised exclusively for the hotel’s hospitality group. 

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St. Martin’s Old East Dallas

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There’s no telling how many romances were kindled at the original St. Martin’s on Greenville Avenue that’s now closed, with its seductive lighting, live piano music, and first-rate French food (and wine). But the old magic — including the very same piano — is still going strong at this updated version in Old East Dallas, as enchanting and romantic as ever.

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Shodo Japanese Kitchen Dallas Design District

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Remember this one for date night: a dining room full of modern and traditional Japanese art where an extensive sushi menu and main dishes like miso black cod and duck with plum sauce take center stage — plus a ten-course omakase experience offering the best of the house.

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Culpepper Cattle Co – Dallas Deep Ellum

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This iconic antiques and bric-a-brac-filled institution almost closed last year after 40 years, but a group of local fans stepped in to save it and have kept it as vibrant as ever. Expect live music three nights a week and menu of Tex-Mex classics, serious steaks, and signature home-style Texas dishes, like chicken-fried lobster.

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Pearl Sushi Knox District

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Because this is where former Nobu chef Shine Tamaoki crafts elegantly simple sushi, but also imaginative dishes you aren’t likely to find anywhere else — look no further than his “Japanese fish & chips,” or seasonal fish in a curry tempura batter with earthy burdock crisps.

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Fachini Highland Park

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Italian food maestro Julian Barsotti (of Nonna, Carbone’s, etc.) scores again with this Highland Park Village standout. The dining room pays tribute to old-style upscale Italian-American restaurants and the menu offers everything from Texas Wagyu carpaccio to a signature “100 layer lasagna alla Sunday.”

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Musume Dallas Hall Arts

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Prepare to be enthralled when you step into this gorgeous Hall Arts District establishment from the same team behind ChopShop and Boozy Bird, then settle in and wend your way through the long and enticing, mostly Japanese menu, offering everything from sushi to tempura to umami filet mignon — or indulge in a best-of-everything omakase experience.

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Bacari Tabu Highland Park

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You’ll feel like you’ve been invited to a high-energy, beautiful-people party when you step through the thick velvet curtains into this vintage cocktail and Venetian cicchetti emporium, opened by popular Dallas chef-restaurateur Julian Barsotti (Nonna, Barsotti’s) on the site of the long-vanished jazz-and-pizza bar Strictly Tabu.

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Yellow Rosa Cocktaileria Deep Ellum

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Pay attention or you’ll miss the weathered wooden door that opens into the indoor patio-like dining room at this “cocktaileria” speakeasy where the drinks focus on agave, the Mexican fare includes the most extravagantly crafted nachos you’ve ever seen, and brunch is served with a live mariachi soundtrack.

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Paris 7th Restaurant Fort Worth

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You can’t dine in Paris all the time — but if you’re lucky, you might find your way to this elegant Fort Worth alternative, where the menu offers every Gallic classic you could think of, from escargots to steak frites to Grand Marnier soufflé, and the wine list would make any oenophile glow.

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Izkina Cedars

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Is this a vibrant restaurant with a wide-ranging wings-to-lamb-chops menu or a clubby speakeasy-style lounge with bottle service and top-flight DJs? It’s both. Come for the food, stay for the nightlife — or enjoy both at once: the kitchen’s open until 1:15 a.m.

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The Woolworth Downtown Dallas

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The historic F. W. Woolworth building has come a long way from its five-and-dime days to become an old-school-looking instant classic with impeccable craft cocktails and a menu offering everything from poke to tacos to Texas Wagyu steaks — and the terrace at nighttime is a dream.

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Tei-An Dallas Downtown Historic District

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Teiichi Sakurai once earned acclaim for his sushi restaurants, Tei Tei and Teppo, but the plaudits really started pouring in when he broadened his approach at Tei-An, supplementing his always-excellent sushi with grilled seafood and Japanese Wagyu, exquisite soba dishes, and more.

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Darna Eatery Plano

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The foods of Italy, Spain, Greece, Morocco, Turkey, and other lands that touch the Mediterranean come to Plano with this bright and lively restaurant, coffee bar, and specialty market from Yaser Khalaf (of Mondo Pizza and Baboush) — and you’ll definitely want a front-and-center seat to it all.

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Tower Club Dallas Downtown Dallas

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You’ll feel like the ultimate insider settling in at this elegant contemporary steakhouse — part of the exclusive Tower Club on the 48th floor of Santander Tower — where Texas quail, Texas antelope, and Texas Wagyu are featured, and the city views will take your breath away.

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Alice Bryan Place

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This swanky pan-Asian favorite, which opened on Ross Avenue in 2018, has a new chef and a new menu, full of things you’ll want to share with friends (or with somebody special), from dumplings and wings to creative sushi rolls.

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Knox Bistro Knox / Henderson

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The former Up on Knox, stylishly reborn as Knox Bistro, is more French than ever, giving the neighborhood a Gallic flair with its almost-like-Paris dining room and a menu featuring all the essentials, from soupe à l’oignon to canard à l’orange.

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Alamo Club Lower Greenville

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Restaurateur Austin Rodgers (of Town Hearth and Nick & Sam’s) and chef Michael West (of R Bar & Grill) joined up to open this winner in Lower Greenville — a lively, all-purpose spot with a brick-and-wood dining room and plenty of Texas-friendly comfort food (yes, there’s queso).

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