Wine & Dine

We have evolved enough as human beings to start choosing not just any place to eat, but the best places to eat. So, your good friends at BLITZ have taken all the guesswork out and put together an awesome list of places to stuff your face with goodness. Others have tried, but we have conquered. Behold – The List:

For the times when asking for extra ketchup at the drive-thru window just doesn’t fit the mood of the occasion.

Bijoux I
Show your date that you have some class (and some disposable income) and reserve your table at Bijoux. Artisans of French cuisine will prepare a meal that will have your significant other dreaming of Paree. Vous y voir.

Dallas Fish Market I
This is the perfect place to head to when you are trying to get out of the doghouse. She will love the décor, the service, and most importantly the food. It is quite a popular spot so call ahead of time.

Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House I
Start your date off with the Crab Cakes and then remember this: everything on the menu is a sure bet. Have a great time and remember to balance your checkbook in the morning.

Javiers I
This gourmet Mexicano restaurant lives up to all of its lofty expectations and delivers a superb dining experience to put the finishing touches on a special occasion. To really impress her (unless she’s vegetarian) order the Filete con Champinones or Red Snapper Mojo de Ajo.

Kenichi I
The Victory Park hotspot is a winner on date night, because it will show her the diversity of your palate. Give her the experience of Japanese cuisine in a setting that will make her remember why she loves you.

Kenny’s Woodfire Grill I
This Chophouse has some of the best wood grilled seafood and prime cut meats that you can find anywhere. The aesthetics are elegant and the meals are great. Don’t forget to order that special bottle of wine for her as well.

Nana I
Take your romantic evening up a notch and pull up a chair at Nana (I promise dessert will be well worth it – wink wink) We can strongly recommend the Slow Roasted Breast of Duck or the “Cowboy” Ribeye.

Pappas Bros. Steakhouse I
A “Grade A” restaurant to say the least, Pappas Bros. offers some of the best beef known to man. Whether you choose the 22 oz. Bone-In Prime Ribeye, the eight oz. Filet Mignon, or the Grilled Double Lamb Chops expect to fall deeply in love.

Stephan Pyles I
The heart of the Arts District is the perfect backdrop for this southwestern cuisine restaurant. Chef Stephan Pyles creations will excite and satisfy you with every detail in this restaurants big bold flavors.

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