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Cork Wine Bar (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

The commitment-averse wine drinker may find comfort at Cork, a wine bar and retail store in the upscale West Village neighborhood: Owner Stephanie Rennell offers 48 wines in one-ounce pours, the choices as diverse as Andau Blaufränkisch from Austria's Burgenland, Alvaro Castro's Dão red and Clendenen Family's Bien...Read Full Story

Boulevardier (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

Boulevardier is another reason the Bishop Arts district has become a hot dining destination. Owners Brooks and Bradley Anderson and chef Nathan Tate present what they term "Food you can eat. Cocktails you can drink. Wine you can afford," with phenomenally well-executed versions of classic bistro fare and a...Read Full Story

Graileys (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

You'll need to make an appointment to visit Graileys in the Design District, but it's worth it: Inside, it feels like the vinous version of "Toys 'R' Us." The bottles on offer are constantly changing; recent finds have included a 2010 Araujo Eisele Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon, 2010 and 2011 Patrick Piuze Chablis...Read Full Story

Mercy Wine Bar (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

Conveniently located in Addison, halfway between the residential centers of Plano and North Dallas, Mercy Wine Bar is a must-stop for wine enthusiasts. With 100 wines from 18 countries available by the glass or half glass, plus 250 wines by the bottle, there's something for everyone. General manager and wine director Vincent...Read Full Story

Gemma (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

A recent addition to hipster destination Henderson Avenue, Gemma is the first restaurant from Stephen Rogers and Allison Yoder, fresh out of Napa, where they worked back and front of the house, respectively, at Press. The menu retains a California feel, mingling Asian and Mediterranean influences with Texas-grown ingredients ...Read Full Story

FT33 (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

FT33 boasts the most innovative food in Dallas and arguably the most exciting wine list in town. Chef-owner Matt McCallister highlights wild and foraged vegetables in his dishes, turning seaweed into an oceanic salsa verde for swordfish and rapini; using maitakes to bridge skate and pork belly on the...Read Full Story

Lucia (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

Husband-and-wife team David and Jennifer Uygurs' tiny Italian restaurant, Lucia, is located in the Bishop Arts district, a former warehouse area now turned one of the hippest dining and shopping areas in Dallas. Wine is about the only thing on the menu they don't make in house, the compact...Read Full Story

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