Dallas is Buzzing with New Restaurants

Over the last decade, Dallas has seen an increase in delectable, unique restaurants opening on every corner. The city is buzzing with new menus to try and cocktails to sip. We’ve rounded up our top favorites of the new Dallas restaurants. From those inside historic hotels to downtown views, there’s a bit of something for everyone.

As a Bleu Ciel resident, your concierge will be able to make reservations at all of HARWOOD District’s restaurants and those throughout Dallas. Read below to read more about the new eateries for your next date night, and leave the planning to your Bleu Ciel concierge.



Located off the lobby of the recently renovated historic Adolphus Hotel, City Hall Bistro is a bright-all-day restaurant featuring Southern European-inspired cuisine. The bistro gets its name from the hotel’s legacy as the original site intended for Dallas’ city hall. The interior features white subway tiles, brass accents, and mustard yellow creating a cozy, chic environment.




Corrientas 348 in the Dallas Arts District is the first North American outpost of the popular South American steakhouse. The menu is served family-style and depicts classic dishes with special hand-made touches prepared with high quality ingredients and signature, prime cut, meats.




Your Italian getaway awaits at Dolce Riviera, the newest restaurant and venue in the HARWOOD District. Scenes from the glamorous era of la dolce vita inspire the extraordinary resort-style experience. A purist culinary philosophy coupled with an impeccable award-winning wine list of nearly 200 labels, Dolce Riviera is so authentic you might be speaking Italian by the end of the night.




Mirador is on the top floor of the Forty Five Ten building downtown on Main Street, across from The Joule and next door to the infamous 30-foot-tall “Eye” sculpture. Mirador offers stunning downtown views through floor-to-ceiling windows while dining inside or from the wrap around balcony. The interior provides bright pops of color in the photography, chair details, glasses and in the pink and blue lights overhead adding an electricity to the restaurant. The menu is forward-thinking American with whipped ricotta toast, intricate salads, and more.




Town Hearth is a swanky new steakhouse in the Design District, down the street from Sassetta. Nick Badovinus is the restaurant’s owner, head chef, and interior decorator. The restaurant features a Ducati above the bar, a yellow submarine in an aquarium, crystal chandeliers, and more over-the-top décor. Start your meal with oysters off the raw bar menu or poutine and then indulge in the 45-day dry-aged 24-ounce steak.