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Best-Looking Restaurants?

anui818 Jan 2, 2011 09:20 PM

Hi Chowhounds, I'm a long-time reader but first-time poster. I'm looking for the best-looking restaurants in the Dallas area for a photoshoot. I know it doesn't have to do with the food taste, but the ambience, decor, and atmosphere are just as important to a restaurant experience, and I know you all have experienced all the best restaurants in town. Tillman's Roadhouse is one of my favorites in terms of how unique and cool it looks, but it's too rustic; I'm for looking for more modern, chic styles. Any suggestions?? Thank you!

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    Mike C. Miller Jan 16, 2011 01:18 PM

    I very much like the interior design of Craft. Modern, sort of minimalist. Of course it's a matter of taste, but it has one of my favorite interiors. Honorable mention to Charlie Palmer, very much the same vibe.

    Also Bijoux. Quite different feel. Much more genteel and soft, but very well done none the less.

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    1. re: Mike C. Miller
      DallasDude Jan 18, 2011 07:58 AM

      In Fort Worth, Grace has to be the most beautiful.

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      anui818 Jan 4, 2011 04:09 PM

      Thanks for the suggestions! I'll check them out.

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      1. re: anui818
        YingZheng Jan 5, 2011 05:13 AM

        Discolored linoleum floors, dirty carpets, a tin roof, throw in some slot machines and a score of at least 70 from the health department. These things are beautiful in my eyes as long as the food is great.

      2. twinwillow Jan 3, 2011 12:51 PM

        In addition to many others, I'd like to add, Salum.

        Salum Restaurant
        4152 Cole Ave Ste 103, Dallas, TX 75204

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          CocoaNut Jan 3, 2011 08:00 AM

          Hatties (Bishop Arts) and Ellerbe's (FW's Southside) have similar open, airy atmospheres - high ceilings with lots of windows, lots of light. Put's me in mind of spring time.

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            sike101 Jan 3, 2011 06:16 AM

            Craft, Stephan Pyles, 560, Charlie Palmers all have very nice dining rooms.

            There was an article in the DMN a few years ago about this.


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