Hottest DFW Restaurants to Visit in the Fall

We’ve rounded up a list of THE spots to visit once fall hits and the leaves start to change. From delectable chinese cuisine to southern Italian fare, here are the hottest restaurants to visit this season.

Sichuan Folk

1201 E Parker Rd, Plano, TX 75074

Reportedly one of the best Sichuan restaurants in the area, this incredible spot is one that you won’t want to miss for the fall season. From mouthwatering egg rolls to amazing spicy wontons, Sichuan Folk is serving up some of the best Chinese cuisine in Dallas.

Menu highlights include noodles topped with chile, mild or spicy hot broths with a logjam of peppers, and soft, sweet eggplant.

Highly-rated food critics say anything that’s spicy and seafood is bound to be a hit!

Contact: 972-516-8627

Hillside Tavern

6465 E Mockingbird Ln, Ste 386, Dallas, TX 75214

One of Lakewood’s newest neighborhood spots, Hillside Tavern, is a perfect cozy option for a crisp fall day.

From the creators of other notable Dallas establishments like Rapscallion and Veritas Wine Room, this tavern is a charming, exposed-brick space with over a dozen local beers on tap, a finely curated wine list, and tasty cocktails.

Fan-favorite food options include the patty, muffulettas, fried chicken sandwich, and burgers.

Contact: (214) 888-0152 


1901 Main St, Dallas, TX 75201

Opening in late September, this trendy restaurant is serving up Southern Italian Fare with savory options like Pizza Fritta, Ragu Napoletano, Torte Caprese, and Panna Cotta Limoncello.

Additional items include Branzino All’Acqua Pazza (roasted branzino with black olives, tomato, and capers) and Braciole di Carne (slow braised beef rolled with pecorino, prosciutto, pine nuts, and provolone).

Created by husband and wife duo, Dino and Megan Santonicola, this highly anticipated spot will be located in the historic 1920’s Titche-Goettinger building.

Their curated wine list will focus on a variety of Italian options as well as an emphasis on the southern region.

The pizza oven that the chef will use was created by Stefano Ferrara and custom designed with hand painted Italian tiles in Naples, Italy.

Cattleack Barbeque

13628 Gamma Rd, Farmers Branch, TX 75244

Reportedly the best barbeque spot in Dallas, Cattleack Barbeque is churning out the most delicious ribs around.

The creation of husband and wife duo, Todd and Misty Davis, this charming southern restaurant is one you need to visit this season. Favorite dishes include the Akaushi ribs, pulled pork, and the toddfather sandwich (brisket, pulled pork, and hot links).

What started as a small catering company has now expanded into a larger space right next door in an industrial park in Farmers Branch!

Contact: (972) 805-0999

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