Named one of the “Top Ten Romantic Restaurants in America” by world-renown restaurant critic John Mariani of ForbesTraveler.com, Nana truly holds the title of Dallas’ most romantic dining destination for Valentine’s Day. The breathtaking panoramic view from the 27th floor and museum-quality art from the private collection of Margaret and Trammell Crow set the tone of opulence, royalty and romance. A very romantic place to sip champagne or pop the question.
Location: Hilton Anatole Hotel, 2201 Stemmons, Dallas, TX. 214-761-7470
The Pappas Brothers remember when fine dining meant something and quality service was expected. This steakhouse is frequented by business executives with expense accounts, professional athletes, and anyone who just wants a great dining experience. Hungry for a 26-oz Porterhouse steak? You'll find it here. Live Maine Lobster, Bone-In Prime New York Strip, Truffle Steak Fries, Jumbo Asparagus, Gooey Pecan Pie with Pralines and Cream Ice Cream. The Wine List is incredible. And yes, there is a $58,000 bottle of Chateau-Lafite Rothschild on the menu. And yes, it is the extra-large sized bottle.
Location: 10477 Lombardy Street, Dallas, TX. 75220. 214-366-2000.
13. Stephen Pyles
Open for lunch and dinner. Do not miss the Grass-Fed Texas Beef Tenderloin with Mole Negro Poblano Chile Relleno. It's a delightful combination and you'll wish it came with two chile rellenos. But save room for Stephen's signature dessert, the Heaven and Hell cake. It's the perfect combination of angel's food meets devil's food cake, peanut butter mousse, chocolate ganache and rasperberry purée. You will dream about this dessert.
Location: 1807 Ross Ave., Dallas, TX. 214-580-7000.
Southwestern Cuisine - a global tapestry of flavors from Texas, South America, Spain, the Middle East and Mediterranean.