Is the DFW Area Home to Any Five-Star Restaurants?

Posted by on Friday, March 7th, 2014 at 9:00am

Image Credit: a true five-star restaurant isn't always easy. They must provide an incredible cuisine, top chef, amazing atmosphere and the necessary consistency to gain these high remarks. The Dallas-Fort Worth area is home to a few five-star restaurants. Here are some of the top choices.

Abacus - 4511 McKinney Avenue, Dallas

Maybe the best-known five-star restaurant in the area, Abacus is a restaurant from Kent Rathbun, the "Iron Chef." This is one of his many restaurants and provides nine-course tastings for $95 from Monday to Thursday, along with a smaller tasting menu for $65. The cuisine is Eclectic/International and some of the top choices include Crispy Bacon-Roasts Quail, Prime Steaks and fresh sushi.

The French Room - 1321 Commerce Street, Dallas

Another five-star restaurant with top ratings from the Zagat Survey, The French Room is one of the most romantic choices in Dallas. This restaurant provides a fine dining atmosphere and men are required to wear jackets.

Lanny's Alta Cocina - 3405 West 7th Street, Fort Worth

Lanny's provides Tapas with a five-course tasting menu for $60 and the Horizontal Flight of Reserva Tequila for $75. They are most known for their amazing desserts and provide an upscale Mexican cuisine.

Dakota's Steakhouse - 600 North Akard Street, Dallas

From the complimentary valet to the incredible steaks, this is a very impressive dining choice in Dallas. Dakota's is one of the top steakhouses and fits perfect for those looking to impress a date or entertain clients.

Hotel St. Germain - 2516 Maple Avenue, Dallas

Another "Jacket and Tie" restaurant, Hotel St. Germain provides a romantic dining choice with a European-style. They provide the right candlelight for ambiance and a gourmet prix fixe menu for $85 per person.

All of these five-star restaurants in Dallas require reservations and they are not easy to get into. Make sure you call ahead of time to book your excellent dining experience.

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