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For 70 years, the Zodiac at Neiman Marcus in the Downtown Dallas location has been the place to dine in Dallas. Housed on the 6th floor of the flagship store, Stanley Marcus first conceived this restaurant as a convenience for out of town customers who were spending a full day shopping in the store.
Looking to host an event? We pride ourselves on creating the perfect menu and ambience for your event in our chic and inviting atmosphere. Pamper the glowing bride- or mother-to-be in your life with the shower of her dreams or a lavish luncheon.
We believe the best steaks come from the best cut and quality. That’s why we get all of our beef fresh from renowned beef purveyors, Allen Brothers. Each cut is corn and grain fed USDA Prime steak that our chef handpicks. Each steak is aged for a minimum of 28 days for a perfectly tender, juicy bite every time.
It is our goal to give you a great meal every time you join us for lunch or dinner.
Valet is now available Thursday-Saturday 5pm-10pm on Ross Ave for a $5 valet fee. Guest are able to park in the Trammell Crow parking garage located off of Olive. Bring your self-parking ticket with you and get it validated for up to 2.5 hours.
The Gradi menu has over 15 selections of Neapolitan pizza combinations from the Margherita Versace, to standouts such as the popular Suprema - pizza in bianco, fior di latte, pumpkin, rocket, pinenuts and goat cheese or the Quattro Formaggi - bianco, fior di latte, grana Padano, and Emmental. The differential of 400 Gradi’s pizzas are that the dough and toppings are authentically prepared according to strict Neapolitan standards.
Quality and service are two of the main ingredients that make up the culture. Because of the caliber of the product, servers exude a friendly confidence that charges the atmosphere and restaurants with vitality. Award-winning food, educated service and warm, classic décor make dining at Bob's Steak & Chop House an outstanding experience.
The Y.O. Ranch Steakhouse claims its true Texas Heritage from the Y.O. Ranch in the Texas Hill Country. The authentic décor and menu are inspired by our namesake and is pure Texas at its finest.
Winner of the best Steakhouse in Dallas 2021, 2022, and 2023
A creation of Chef Danny Grant and Chef Hari Chan, Kessaku offers elegant sushi made with fresh, globally sourced fish and warm artisanal rice. The menu showcases an array of nigiri, sashimi and rolls from the very traditional to the unexpected.
Kessaku, which means masterpiece in Japanese, boasts 360-degree views of the Dallas skyline from the historic observation deck at the top of The National. The intimate 60-seat restaurant is lavishly designed to feel like a hidden club in London where every corner of the space tells a story unlike any other in Dallas.
Wine and dine on another level with breathtaking views of the city. This isn’t just a steakhouse, this rises above them all.
- NWNathanielWLas Vegas •1 review5.0Dined 1 day agoThe food was amazing and the Old Fashioned was by far one of the best I’ve had in a long time. Kayla was very friendly, extremely knowledgeable, and provided phenomenal service overall! I’ll absolutely be going back to visit Dakota’s again soon!More infoDakota’s Steakhouse- Downtown DallasPrice: Very Expensive• Steakhouse• Downtown•4.8
- LRLeaRDallas - Fort Worth •2 reviews5.0Dined 2 days agoUpscale restaurant with a comfy feel. Food is delicious and service is warm, friendly and professional. Love eating at Zodiac.More infoThe Zodiac Room at Neiman Marcus - Downtown DallasPrice: Expensive• Contemporary American• Downtown•4.9
- OTOpenTable DinerMinneapolis - St. Paul •2 reviews4.0Dined 2 days agoWe had a lovey time. The server Georgy was amazingMore info400 GradiPrice: Expensive• Italian• Downtown•4.8
- DIDINAANew York / Tri-State Area •1 review5.0Dined 7 days agoI would recommend Monarch for any special occasion and date nights. The details in the service from entrance to exit was exceptional.More infoMonarchPrice: Very Expensive• Italian• East Dallas•4.8
- KGKishaGDallas - Fort Worth •6 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023Everything was great. The food and vibe were nice. Can't wait to go back.More infoKitchen + Kocktails by Kevin Kelley - DallasPrice: Moderate• Regional American (Southern)• Downtown•4.5
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The city that gave us the frozen margarita machine, Dallas is a thriving metropolis in north-central Texas that's constantly evolving. Are you craving an award-winning brew to wash down your hand-tossed pizza? Are you in the mood for fresh seafood served with creative sides? Are you up for trying some lobster macaroni and cheese or pastry puffs dripping with truffle oil? You'll find all of this in downtown Dallas along with upscale steakhouses, family restaurants with kid-friendly menus, quaint bistros and cafes, and even rolling food trucks and a few speakeasy-style bars! Of course, you can't spend any time in downtown Dallas and not try some of city's iconic dishes; these include lobster dumplings, brisket tacos, "corny dogs," and anything barbecued or fried.
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