Now that many places around the Metroplex have opened up their dining rooms (and some are opening to 75% capacity as of last week), you and your significant other may be ready to safely venture out for a date night sans kiddos.
But what if your favorite place is still closed or doing take-out only? What are some other good date night dining options?
Allow us to make a few suggestions!
Hudson House, Highland Park and Addison – Who says date night can’t happen during happy hour? Hudson House has a killer half-off martini menu and cheeseburgers to die for.
Stirr, Addison and Deep Ellum – With a great happy hour, this is a must. Plus, the Deep Ellum location has a wonderful downtown Dallas skyline view.
Smoky Rose, East Dallas – The patio and massive yard here makes for a great spot to listen to the lineup of live music.
Savor, Downtown – Right in the middle of Klyde Warren park, this spot screams date night.
Table 13, Addison – Dinner service is back as well as its music!
Musume, Downtown – Head downtown for some wonderful sushi and other Asian fusion dishes.
Café Madrid, Knox Henderson – The patio here is open for dine-in, so head out and grab some tasty tapas!
Jonathon’s Oak Cliff, Oak Cliff – Want to do date night a little earilier? Head over to Jonathon’s for the must-have brunch fare.
The Charles, Design District – Swanky Italian. If you’re one for nice restaurant design, this place is eye-catching.
Tommy Bahama, Legacy West – Pretend you’re at the beach while taking in the breeze and a fruity cocktail at this coastal spot.
Haywire, Legacy West – In the mood for some swanky barbecue? This is your place. And if you’re an old fashioned kind of person (the drink, that is), Haywire’s is hard to beat.
Urban Crust, Downtown Plano – Head to the rooftop patio for some outstanding pizza and views of the downtown area.
Urban Rio Cantina & Grill, Downtown Plano – While you’re there, make sure to order the most amazing s’mores dessert ever.
Fork & Fire, Plano – Go for a more relaxed approach while still getting a great view of the lively boardwalk area and sipping some tasty drinks
Rick’s Chophouse, McKinney – There’s nothing like a classic, leather-bound steakhouse for date night.
The Yard McKinney TX, McKinney– Check out this massive outdoor space where you can enjoy frozen drinks, tacos and more.
Eight 11 Place, Frisco – Fireside patio, live music and charcuterie boards to boot.
Pizzeria Testa, Frisco – Craving pizza on date night? Pizza Hut and Dominos can wait. Check out this spot near The Star.
Ellerbe Fine Foods, South Side Fort Worth – Feeling like some glammed up southern food? Head over to Ellerbe for a good night out
Joe T. Garcia’s, Stockyards – Keep it classic. This place never goes out of style. (Don’t forget it’s cash only.)
Mi Dia from Scratch, Grapevine – Who doesn’t love a good margarita on date night? Also, this location’s patio is perfect for a breezy evening.
Reata, Downtown Fort Worth – Still one of the best spots to hit up if you’re going to hang out around Sundance Square.
Il Calabrese, Southlake – Head to Southlake Town Square for some great Italian.
HG SPLY CO., Fort Worth – Tasty—but healthy—eats overlooking the river not far from TCU.
Melting Pot, Arlington – Dip and sip to your heart’s desire at this fondue favorite.
Texas Bleu Steakhouse, Keller – A classic steakhouse with farm-to-table fare in downtown Keller.
LSA Burger Co., Denton Square – Grab some queso while taking in the view of the square on the upstairs patio.
Hannah’s, Denton Square – This spot has such a cool ambience; if you haven’t been, find your way there. (And try the One Eleven martini while you’re at it.)
Marty B’s, Bartonville – Fire pits, outside games, live music—you can’t lose.
Hillside Fine Grill, Highland Village – Looking for some good seafood, steak or burgers? Visit this spot for a relaxed night out.
Do you have a spot you like to go for date night that’s open for dine-in service? Tell us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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