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Located at The Joule hotel, Midnight Rambler is a 77-seat cocktail bar open until 2 a.m. daily.
Located at The Joule hotel, Midnight Rambler is a 77-seat cocktail bar open until 2 a.m. daily. Midnight Rambler offers a brass bar with stools, a few small tables, and a leather couch seating area, decorated with edgy Dallas details like tile floors, gritty photography, wooden ceilings, and dim lights for a 1960s cinematic feel.
Whitewaller recommends: Sipping the Alex Chilton cocktail.
Since June 1998, Al Biernat’s has been a Dallas dining institution.
The Charles is a stunning art and design centric restaurant with interiors by Sees Design.
Combining fine dining with a retail butcher shop, Georgie provides a nod to tradition and dedication to exceptional hospitality.
Uno Mas features an expansive menu that highlights classics of traditional Tex-Mex cuisine with unique dishes.
Known for its delicious Japanese cuisine, this Nobu location opened in 2005 with its eye-catching river stone wall and onyx sushi bar.
With dishes from James Beard Award–winning chef Tyson Cole, Uchi presents hot and cool Japanese cuisine that pushes many boundaries.
Up On Knox is an American brasserie featuring an elevated assortment of breakfast, lunch, and dinner dishes, as well as brunch on the weekends and food and drink specials during happy hour.
This French bistro is a European-esque escape from the bustle of Dallas.