This self-described urban bistro has stood the test time in a city that is always looking for its next culinary adventure. In operation for more than 40 years, it serves a seasonal menu of dishes such as braised rabbit, Texas redfish and pork saltimbocca alongside its ever-present selections of moules frites, charcuterie and much-loved burgers. Items like house-made butter, cheeses and bacon are why it's a Dallas icon. The dining room is quintessential Old World and the bar is cozy. Located on a street known for its bars and nightlife, the patio is a good place to people-watch.