A celebration of life in the heart of Dallas

Thursday, January 28, 2016


In Dallas, we raise the “steaks” on dining. With an extensive restaurant scene, every palate can be pleased. Take the Museum Tower car for a stress-free evening out on the town. Enjoy luxurious service, gourmet food, and incredible views at any of Dallas’s talk of the town restaurants. Whether it be a night out with the girls or a romantic evening for two, let Museum Tower staff take care of the details.  

Wolfgang Puck calls him “the king”, others “the Father of Southwestern Cuisine”, but to Dallasites Chef Dean Fearing makes some of the best food in town. Chef Fearing’s childhood love for barbeque and southern cooking shines through in his refined approach to this beloved cuisine. Enjoy a romantic evening as you watch the chefs in action from the dining room or relax with a margarita at the acclaimed Rattlesnake Bar.
The Ritz Carlton Dallas | 0.3 mi from Museum Tower

Ruth’s Chris new uptown location includes an elegant wine room and upscale private dining space that offers guests a setting for both business and social events. Savor steaks served on 500-degree plates, lobster mac ‘n’ cheese, and decadent crème brulee.

Ruth’s Chris Steak House | 0.5 mi from Museum Tower

Uchi serves up contemporary Japanese dishes with seasonal local ingredients and seafood from around the world. The philosophy at Uchi is to entice the diner with innovative combinations for a unique dining experience. Taste the Kamo Nabe, duck confit served over crispy rice and topped with an egg yolk. For dessert, the lime cream served with fruit won’t disappoint. Uchi also offers private dining with floral services and customized menus served with sake and wine pairings.
UCHI | 0.7 mi from Museum Tower

Located in a restored 1900’s machinist shop, Filament boasts incredible southern charm and hospitality in the heart of Deep Ellum. Diners are met with an approachable and wildly creative menu inspired by regional favorites of New Orleans, Charleston, and Nashville. Order the Fried “Hot” Catfish or the Johnny Cake Okonomiyaki, a grilled to order cornmeal flat-bread with Kentucky-style Teriyaki. Filament also offers a secret menu of limited items that changes daily.
Filament | 1.3 mi from Museum Tower