Hottest Summer Restaurants in Dallas

Whether you’d like to take a break from cooking and bring back incredible cuisine to your house or dine out, these hot restaurants are the perfect option for you. See below!


Henry’s has a plethora of options for any time of day! From brunch to lunch to dinner, this incredible American style restaurant has it all, set within a 15,000 square foot space. The menu was carefully curated to incorporate Southern flavors and flair, as well as Asian flavors with options like Koran prime skirt steak, spicy ginger emulsion, and short rib postickers. Other creative dishes include the spicy crispy sandwich, parmesan truffle fries, and braised short rib. Henry’s is currently offering call and pickup from Campagnolo for some of your favorite items!

400 Gradi

This buzzing and popular restaurant is currently open for dine-in and takeout! The
beautiful space includes modern and brass accents with greenery draped on columns. The restaurant, which originated in Melbourne from famed chef Johnny Di Francesco, quickly formed a loyal gathering in its first U.S. location. Located in the Arts District, 400 Gradi offers visitors Italian cuisine just steps away from the Dallas Museum of Art. The dinner menu includes delightful options like Cotoletta Milanese, Pollo Picante, Branzino, and Toscano Pizza.

Queso Beso

This bright and cheerful spot for tacos, enchiladas, fajitas & queso is available for takeout and delivery. Located in a two-story historic home that overlooks the 30-foot-tall sculpture Eye, The menu offers an incredible Tex-Mex mix with a variety of options, while the bar serves local beers, wines, spirits, and cocktails. Diners rave about the queso which is available traditional style or “compuesta” style with chorizo, guacamole, crema, and green onion. Additional popular items include the Chicken Tinga Tacos and Cheese Enchiladas.

Commons Club

This Dallas hot spot is serving up creative cuisine in a decorated and modern space. Chef Matt is offering locally-sourced, seasonally-driven, and french influenced techniques. He has earned local and national acclaim for his outstanding skills. Menu highlights include Gazpacho (chilled strawberry & heirloom tomato, summer herbs, cucumber & lime), Texas Watermelon Salad (Passion fruit & coconut espuma, toasted pine nuts, basil), and Hail Brutus Salad (Sweet gem romaine, caesar dressing, garlic croutons, shaved aged parmesan). The Commons Club offers the concept of a modern social club without all of the dues, with a range of intimate experiences, live entertainment, and more. The Commons Club is available for dine-in, curbside pickup, and guests are advised to practice physical distancing by six feet.

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