Why not make joie de vivre an ingredient in your next meal? Voice Places is the place for French cuisine in Dallas / Fort Worth. Professional and user reviews and listings searchable by name or neighborhood make us your French connection.
This small intimate eatery has been open for more than 35 years. Chef/owner Brian C. Luscher and his general manager wife, Courtney, offer up a Francophile-pleasing... More »
Bijoux opened in 2007 and quickly earned Best New Restaurant here at the Observer. Over the next five years chef Scott Gotlich cooked modern French cuisine that earned... More »
Two chefs aren't too many at this North Dallas destination. Jean-Marie Cadot, formerly of Lavendou, teams with the well-known Gaspar Stantic to cook up some impressive... More »
Dining at St. Martin's Wine Bistro is not so much like dining on Greenville Avenue as it is dining in some kind of surreal, David Lynch-esque dream... More »
The first of Loire Valley native Patrick Leon Esquerreâ??s La Madeline boulangeries opened on Mockingbird Lane in University Park with the backing of famous... More »
Sleek with an earthy atmosphere solidified by a rock wall and wood, Rise No. 1 favors the Francophile with a nod to the slow food movement. There are souffles... More »
Alberto Lombardi shares his love of Franco-influenced Belgian comestibles and his house specialty, pomme frites, in the Park Cities. The eatery"s amber... More »
The first of Loire Valley native Patrick Leon Esquerre's La Madeline boulangeries opened on Mockingbird Lane in University Park with the backing of famous retailer... More »
After a brief hiatus, Dallas' longtime fine-dining institution is back with most of its luster intact--plus something new, lunch service. The superb continental... More »
Dallas needed a restaurant like Boulevardier. The casual Oak Cliff bistro named for a classic cocktail comprising bourbon, Campari and sweet vermouth promised to hit a sweet spot. For too long, French cuisine here was reserved for upper-crust patrons who think nothing about dropping a Benjamin or three on a bottle of Châteauneuf-du-Pape at the French Room or spending a day's...
Lower Greenville Avenue has seen a lot of change lately, and it's going to see a lot more. An Asian behemoth, Rohst, and a revamped Terilli's have risen from the ashes of a four-alarm fire. Bucket loaders, backhoes and jackhammers are making a mess of the street and sidewalks, and soon cement trucks and steamrollers will arrive to repave them. A new permitting process has challenged...
California import In-N-Out Burger arrived in Frisco, and people lost their minds. They waited in line for hours. They cried tears of joy. And immediately after all the "OHMAHGAWDY'ALLIT'SFINALLYHERE!" crazydust settled, it was clear that among our readers there are two serious-as-their-obviously-impending-heart-attacks fast-food burger camps: You're either Team In-N-Out or Team...
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