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The Riviera - CLOSED

Map & Directions 7709 Inwood Road
Dallas, TX 75209
  • Continental, French
  • Sun,Fri,Sat 6pm-10pm, Mon-Thu 6:30pm-10pm
  • All Major Credit Cards, Diners Club, cash
  • Smoking, Private Party, Order Online
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • Recommended
  • Valet


Dallas Observer's Description

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 cuisine and polished service remain, with just a few small hitches on our visit. We enjoyed the excellent Caesar and house salads and the perfectly moist Chilean sea bass, and our youngster was treated graciously with house-made fried chicken tenders (it's not on the menu). The crème brulee flavored with Grand Marnier was outstanding.

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  • The gold glint of chardonnay is tarnishing. Merlot is passé. Gad, even cabernet is sliding slightly in popularity. Syrah, pinot noir, pinot... More on The Riviera »

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    It was the year of smoke. So many Dallas restaurant landmarks went up in the stuff in 2003, and so many Pall Malls and Partagas Churchills... More on The Riviera »

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