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Wining and Dining in Dallas

Post by sophia.hermon » Sun Aug 30, 2015 10:27 pm

I will visit Texas in October I am looking for some best place to dine in Dallas the city of Texas. I love American food.I will be staying near Greenville Ave in Dallas so searched around some nearby restaurants. Some one recommended Clark food and wine restaurant but dont know the address ..

Do you guys know the location of the place. ?

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Re: Wining and Dining in Dallas

Post by Jeff Leve » Mon Aug 31, 2015 4:25 am

HI Sophia... I've never been. But it's easy to get to and it's in a fun area. I've been to Greenville.

1920 Greenville Ave, Dallas, TX 75206

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Re: Wining and Dining in Dallas

Post by sophia.hermon » Sun Sep 06, 2015 9:09 pm

Thanks for your help :) :-D

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Re: Wining and Dining in Dallas

Post by Michael OBrien » Sat Sep 26, 2015 9:26 am

Sophia,

One of the go to BYOB restaurants in Dallas might be close to where you are staying depending upon where on Greenville Avenue you will be. Greenville Avenue is a very long street that runs on the East side of Hwy 75 near downtown Dallas north through several cities. If you are in the Dallas part of Greenville Avenue, this place will be fairly close http://urbanodallas.com/ It is generally best to make a reservation.

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Re: Wining and Dining in Dallas

Post by Michael OBrien » Sat Sep 26, 2015 7:58 pm

Sophia,

If it doesn't have to be BYOB, these two restaurants are very good and near lower Greenville Ave. I might be able to provide other recommendations if you can tell me a little more about where on Greenville you will be near. But if you are anywhere near Clark Food & Wine, these two restaurants and the BYOB (Urbano) that I mentioned in my first response are within a mile of Clark's. Personally, I prefer either of these two restaurants and Urbano over Clark's.

http://gemmadallas.com/

http://www.hibiscusdallas.com/

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Re: Wining and Dining in Dallas

Post by sophia.hermon » Mon Sep 28, 2015 1:37 am

yes its great place for dining and wining. Its in Greenville Avenue near the Oram Street. I am fan of their dinner. Their menu has large selection of options, everything from shared plates, salads and flatbreads.
They have recently been selected as the best place for dining and wining.
http://www.thedallassocials.com/blog/cl ... co-brunch/

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Re: Wining and Dining in Dallas

Post by Liam Johnson » Sun Oct 04, 2015 3:07 pm

Depends where you are a on 75 but, I hear Bazille is nice or the Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant, apparently they have really good burgers. Not sure About BYOB.
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