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Restaurant Menus for Dallas, Fort Worth, and the World
"We are not going to attempt to be a directory for every restaurant, just the ones, in our opinion, we feel are the best!"
We will feature restaurant menus from local restaurants as well and regional and international restaurants offering a variety of foods. You can conveniently flip through any of the listed restaurant's menus. Know before you go, or, use the digital menu when calling in reservation.
Our goal is not list every restaurant in the country, only the ones we feel are great ones! This is based on dining experience, customer feed back, other reviews and their, menu. If you have a favorite restaurant that is not listed, let us know about it.
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Chef Dena Peterson - New
Chef Dena Peterson
Dena Peterson runs one of Fort Worth Texas’s most respected kitchens, Café Modern in the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. With a culinary range as vast and enticing as Texas, her menus reflect influences from Asian, European, American Tex Mex, and southern traditional with an emphasis on locally sourced, seasonal delights.
Chef Peterson is a spunky woman who rides around town on a scooter, likes Rockabilly, hosting barbecues and growing her own vegetables. A hands-on local foods adventurer, she even raised chickens in her yard just to have that experience. Her menu reflects this vibrant spirit, showing technical culinary skills, a strong preference for seasonal local gems and a honed exuberance that delights her guests.
Mario's Mexican and El Salvadorian
Mario's Mexican and El Salvadorian
Mario's Mexican and El Salvadorian Restaurant in Dallas at Dorothy Avenue and Lemmon Avenue is a delight. Their food is fresh-tasting and their service is friendly and efficient. Starting with a basket of light and crispy tortilla chips while you peruse their extensive menu, your taste buds are in for a treat. Along with the chips, three distinctly different dips are offered. The red one is rich and laced with fresh cilantro; the green is tomatillo-based and
is light and fresh tasting; the brown is well-seasoned beans.
The chile Relleno stuffed with cheese was expertly fried in a light batter and finished off with a not-too-spicy red sauce. This dish is accompanied by refried beans, Mexican rice, guacamole and pico de gallo. The flank steak was tasty albeit simply prepared
The flank steak was tasty albeit simply prepared with salt and pepper. Accompanying the steak was a cheese enchilada, refried beans, Mexican rice
and, guacamole. All this tasty Mexican food was made better by a Dos Equis beer. They are open later than most restaurants, which is something to keep in mind in case you have a hankering for Mexican food late in the evening. This restaurant is worth checking out.
82 Queen, Charleston, SC
82 Queen Restaurant
Consistently called-on as a favorite destination for locals and visitors alike, this 300 year old address represents both the history and the cuisine of the Lowcountry.
Nestled in downtown Charleston’s historic French Quarter for the past 30 years, 82 Queen is known for its gracious Southern hospitality and fresh local cuisine. Serving lunch, dinner and weekend brunch, the restaurant is spread throughout three buildings with eleven quaint dining areas including a turn-of-the-century courtyard featuring a mammoth Magnolia tree. 82 Queen is a three time winner of the ‘Best City Restaurant’ award from Southern Living magazine and five time recipient of the Award of Excellence from Wine Spectator magazine. Consistently called-on as a favorite destination for locals and visitors alike, this 300 year old address represents both the history and the cuisine of the Lowcountry.
New York the Russian Tea Room
The iconic New York restaurant
For more than eighty years, New York's defining cultural moments have taken place at The Russian Tea Room.
Since being founded by members of the Russian Imperial Ballet in 1927, The Russian Tea Room has been a second home for boldface names and the intellectual elite - an exclusive enclave where actors, writers, politicians, and executives plan their next deals and celebrate their friends’ latest Carnegie Hall performances.
Countless guests visiting from around the globe walk through the antique revolving doors to catch a glimpse of the booth Dustin Hoffman sat in when filming Tootsie; to see the inspiration that Woody Allen found for the movie Manhattan; to walk past the coat check where Madonna worked before she found fame; or to try martinis like the cast of Gossip Girl recently did.