On the hunt for new restos to try? Look no further than these three top-notch additions to Dallas' dining scene.
Harwood Arms The newest neighborhood spot in Uptown’s Harwood District is an ode to the classic English pub, serving up Reuben sandwiches, beer-battered fish and chips, Guinness-braised short ribs and, of course, plenty of pints. Harwood Arms’ crimson facade and wood-paneled interiors aptly set the scene for its elevated pub fare and extensive whiskey selection. Cheers! 2850 N. Harwood St., Ste. 100, harwoodarmsdallas.com
Rise + Thyme Acclaimed chef and Chopped judge Amanda Freitag brings her culinary skills to Dallas, by way of charming bistro Rise + Thyme. In downtown’s burgeoning AT&T Discovery District, Freitag is dishing out breakfast and lunch staples, with an emphasis on seasonal ingredients and local partners. Look for baked goods from Richardson’s La Casita Bakeshop and stellar coffee drinks brewed with beans from Carrollton-based Lemma Coffee Roasters. 211 S. Akard St., risenthyme.com
Crisp & Green Trying to stay on track with those New Year’s resolutions? Look no further than Crisp & Green, D-Town’s newest healthy food destination. The fast-casual chain’s first Texas concept—located in University Park, adjacent to Snider Plaza—touts uberfresh salads and grain bowls as well as protein-packed smoothies. In line with its nutritious menu, Crisp & Green also offers community workouts via partnerships with local fitness studios. 6565 Hillcrest Ave., crispandgreen.com
Photography by: from top, photos: by Robert Underwood; by Kathy Tran; courtesy of Crisp & Green