From friendly neighborhood diners to fine four-star establishments, the northwest Dallas
area has it all. Various styles of cuisine from around the world highlight this diversity, which means foodies always have plenty of new fare to sample. Limited nightlife options mean most residents head to the local bar or pub for a drink on an evening out or else head to Dallas proper to enjoy the rocking nightlife scene in the big city. When in search of a great restaurant, diners often find a quick drive down Northwest Highway turns up plenty of great finds for good eats.
For a fine dining experience and some of the finest Italian fare in north Texas, diners head to Bugatti Ristorante. This traditional spot features a menu with items ranging from classic fettucini alfredo served up with juicy chicken or fresh shrimp to grilled lamb chops doused in a rich Madeira wine sauce. Though diners find it hard to turn down the classic tiramisu, the Bugatti snowball tempts many looking for a unique end to their meals.
Those in the mood to indulge in the spicier side of life can find incredible and affordable Tex-Mex at Casa Navarro. Tons of lunch and dinner specials along with an extensive breakfast menu make for great eats all day long. The fresh guacamole makes the perfect starter for a meal of tender brisket tacos or spicy, savory chile rellenos.
Northwest Dallas residents head to Koryo Kalbi Korean BBQ as much for the experience as for the authentic Asian eats. The trained chefs cook Korean barbecue dishes such as saeng kalbi and saeng deungsim right at the table. From 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Monday through Saturday, diners who aren't in the mood for barbecue can choose one of the restaurant's tasty lunch boxes with chicken, grilled mackerel, grilled eel and much more.
For live country music, locals head to Cowboys Dance Hall where they can put their best boot scootin' line dancing moves to the test. Music lovers also find Gas Monkey Bar N' Grill the perfect spot to listen to great local and regional acts while downing a beer and bar grub. Locals enjoy grabbing a drink at casual spots such as The Wild Turkey, and the more sport inclined appreciate Humperdinks for being the perfect spot to catch the big game on a flat-screen TV.