Tei-An brings a minimalist Asian-fusion concept to the diverse grouping of restaurants in the Dallas Arts District. Perfect for dinner before or after catching a show, Tei-An's menu includes handmade noodle dishes, tempura-fried meats and sushi staples.
Pearl at Commerce is a bit out of place in Downtown Dallas. A neighborhood bar and live music venue, it finds its home in a century-old building and plays host to a wide variety of jazz and blue acts. They've got free wi-fi for all customers and primarily attract 30+ professionals - or people who know good music when they hear it!
We think of Fedora as Downtown Dallas's dedication to the Godfather films. Hollywood meets Italy in food, decor and atmosphere. Their happy hour features pizza and fantastic drink specials, especially given their exclusive One Arts Plaza location.
$3 Domestics $4 Imports $4 Wine by Glass $5 Martinis
Fuse is a classy downtown establishment that features TexAsian food. Wait. TexAsian? If we hadn't already tried it ourselves (several times), we'd be confused too. Trust us, one of their flavored mojitos and some solid beef sushi, and you'll be coming back for more - especially during happy hour.