The year is wrapping up and people are talking about where the best places to eat in Dallas-Fort Worth were for 2014. For those that are new to town or even for those that have been here a while, you may not have seen some of the new restaurants that have reached DFW this past year.
The metro-plex has an ever-changing restaurant scene and you may not have known about some of these great new places to eat. Here are the best new restaurants in DFW this year.
Clay Pigeon – 2731 White Settlement Road, Fort Worth
Check out the American bistro converted from an old gas station. Clay Pigeon is all about offering seasonal picks with homemade menu items like pastas, grilled meats, flatbreads and seafood. Of course the drinks are all creative and they have a huge wine list. They just opened in 2013 but they are already people’s favorite for dishes like the roasted bone marrow and seared scallops.
San Salvaje – 2100 Ross Avenue, Dallas
For a Latin twist, try San Salvaje, a restaurant with a South American menu. The colorful and vibrant restaurant will make you feel like you just stepped into South America, along with dishes like the causa limena which is a Peruvian dish. You’ll love the duck tacos with rhubarb salsa and the desserts like the Peruvian fruit pudding.
A F & B – 2869 Crockett Street, Fort Worth
A F & B is short for American food and beverage and has recently reached the Fort Worth dining scene. It was already being talked about before it arrived last January but ever since, the restaurant is always busy. You can get menu items like the chorizo-coated Scotch eggs, braised lamb shanks with farro and dried fruit or the chocolate pudding with devil’s food cake and sea salt for dessert.
Don’t miss out on these new restaurants around DFW.