Whether you’re looking to celebrate a special occasion or just want to dine out in style, the Lewisville area has a restaurant for you to check out. Here are four of our favorite fine dining establishments in and around Lewisville, Texas.
Found in the Ritz-Carlton Dallas, Fearing’s Restaurant is headed by Dallas’s famed chef Dean Fearing. Sometimes known as “the father of Southwestern cuisine,” chef Fearing brings elevated American cuisine with a southwestern spin to his eponymous restaurant. Beyond the main dining room, there’s also a wine cellar and the Rattlesnake Bar, which hosts a happy hour on weekdays featuring chef Fearing’s signature southwestern margaritas.
Breakfast and dinner are served daily with lunch offered Monday through Saturday, and Sunday brunch lasts from 11:15 a.m. to 3 p.m. It can be tough to get a table, so make sure to make your reservations in advance.
Perry’s Steakhouse and Grille
Now an award-winning steakhouse with locations with multiple locations across the country, Perry’s Steakhouse and Grille has its origins in the Perry family’s butcher shop and deli, opened in 1979 in southeast Houston. Perry’s now serves up prime USDA-aged steaks cooked to your taste, as well as the best steakhouse additions, including lobster tail and double cut slab bacon.
At their Uptown Dallas location, enjoy a perfectly paired glass of wine or cocktail at Bar 79 before heading over to the dining room for a dinner you won’t forget anytime soon. For an extra-special experience, Perry’s offers private dining with a selection of menu options on offer, including surf and turf, Perry’s famous pork chop, crispy skin wild red snapper, and much more.
Eddie V’s Prime Seafood
Eddie V’s Highland Park location serves up a wide variety of the finest seafood available. Favorite appetizers include Maine lobster tacos, chilled Gulf shrimp, and Eddie V’s signature steak tartare, prepared tableside including hand-chopped filet, fresh egg yolk, capers, and EV olive oil. A fabulous oyster bar sits on ice with cocktail and mignonette sauces, or you can order champagne and oyster pairings designed by the chef.
Don’t forget to check out signature main “shellfish to share” dishes, including the shellfish tower, featuring an assortment of Maine lobster, shrimp, oysters, and jumbo lump crab; or the South African lobster pot, one pound of roasted South African lobster tails prepared with fresh herbs, garlic, and heirloom tomatoes. For those who are less seafood-inclined, Eddie V’s also serves up premium hand-cut steaks.
For something a little different, check out Abacus, a restaurant serving global cuisine with inspirations from the Southwest and the Mediterranean, as well as the Pacific Rim. The menu is made up of sushi, small plate options like fried Texas bobwhite quail knots and crispy masa-crusted rock shrimp, and big plates including pan-seared Gulf redfish Oscar and grilled ratatouille bucatini.
Abacus’ pastry chef dishes up new homemade bread and dessert options each day.
The Lewisville area has so much to offer for anyone looking for their next dining adventure. Check out some of our top picks and find your new favorite.
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