Fine dining in Dallas

Try a James Beard Award-Nominated Restaurant in Dallas

Every February the James Beard Foundation announces its list of nominations for its coveted chef and restaurant awards. Highly regarded in the industry, the James Beard Foundation Awards recognize the best restaurants, chefs, books, and journalists in the United States. Dallas boasts a number of James Beard nominees for 2019 from a variety of categories. For those looking to taste the best Dallas has to offer, here are a few James Beard Award-nominated hotspots in Dallas:

Petra and the Beast

Opened in 2018, Petra and the Beast received the nomination for Best New Restaurant. Chef Misti Norris started the eatery as a pop-up restaurant and has since found great success with her permanent spot in East Dallas. Located in a converted gas station from the 1930s, Petra and the Beast is casual with an industrial edge. Served in a counter-service style, the menu highlights local ingredients to create an array of house-made pasta and other small plates.

Bullion

Self-described as a “contemporary French brasserie”, Bullion was recognized for its pastry chef, Ricardo Sanchez. Sleek and modern with bright gold accents, this downtown eatery serves a full menu of classic and innovative French fare. The pastries hold a top spot on the menu with everything from an appetizer of gougéres au gruyère to the dainty mille-feuille dessert.

Lucia

Located in the Bishop Arts District, Lucia received honors in the Best Chef-Southwest category. Chef David Uygur has created a welcoming and rustic dining space in this historic 1920s-era building. The food showcases rich Italian flavors with house specialties such as gnocchi alla romana, casarecce and duck leg confit. 

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