Locations in North Dallas

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  • The Dream Cafe

    5100 Beltline Rd. North Dallas

    972-503-7326

    Eats from across the globe converge at this anything-but-greasy-spoon diner that has served customers for more than 17 years. Great place for a weekday breakfast or a weekend brunch, with their Cloud Cakes and whole wheat pancakes or a variety of Tex Mex-style egg dishes such as migas and Austin tacos. Enjoy a mocha latte while taking advantage of free Wi-Fi in a purple booth. If you're still there for lunch, order the shrimp tacos or pasta pignoli with Dallas mozzarella or the Santa Fe salad with grilled chicken, avocados, cherry tomatoes and goat cheese. For the peace-love-and-brown-rice set there's organic black beans and brown rice, the main part of the Global Dinner. For those with tots, there is an outdoor jungle gym and a lovely patio, though a condo development has seriously cut into what was once an outdoor playground for kids and adults alike.
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  • Galleria

    13350 Dallas Parkway North Dallas

    972-702-7100

    This colossal mall, located in Dallas off Dallas Pkwy, is home to over 200 stores, and even has it's own hotel and ice skating rink.
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  • Ken's Man Shop

    6025 Royal Lane North Dallas

    214-369-5367

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  • LOOK Cinemas: Prestonwood

    5409 Belt Line Rd. North Dallas

    214-306-7446

  • Micro Center

    13929 N. Central Expressway North Dallas

    972-664-8500

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  • Movie Trading Company

    5907 Belt Line Rd. North Dallas

    972-385-0200

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  • Nordstrom

    5220 Alpha Rd. North Dallas

    972-702-0055

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  • North Haven Gardens

    7700 Northaven Rd. North Dallas

    214-363-5316

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  • Nothing Like It Cookies

    7326 Wellcrest Dr. North Dallas

    214-365-0686

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  • Pink's Western Wear

    13420 Preston Rd. North Dallas

    972-392-7465

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  • Rethreads

    12835 Preston Rd. North Dallas

    972-233-1684

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  • Through the Keyhole

    11700 Preston Rd. North Dallas

    214-691-7467

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  • Valley View Center

    13331 Preston Rd. North Dallas

    972-661-2939

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  • 10647 Pagewood Drive

    10647 Pagewood Dr. North Dallas

  • 12 Cuts Brazilian Steakhouse

    18010 Dallas Parkway North Dallas

    469-779-7012

  • AA Event Center

    11601 Plano Road Suite 120 North Dallas

    214-859-8516

  • Aaron Family Jewish Community Center

    7900 Northaven Rd. North Dallas

    214-739-2737

    The Jewish Community Center of Dallas is part of your extended family, your home away from home ? providing programs and services for all ages and stages in life. Within our walls or around the world, our members gather together to meet, play, learn, celebrate, and be part of the Community. Everyone, regardless of age, race, religious affiliation, or any other protected status, is welcome.
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  • Adam & Eve

    18900 Dallas Parkway, Ste 118 North Dallas

    972-373-4664

  • Addison Café

    5290 Belt Line Rd., Suite 108 North Dallas

    972-991-8824

    Quiet, white tablecloth French restaurant has been open since the mid-1980s. The service and some of the cooking seems a lot older-and that's a good thing if you're a fan of traditional dishes such as duck l'orange or steak au poivre.
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  • Addison Ice House

    3875 Ponte Ave, Dallas / Fort Worth North Dallas

    972-218-0921

  • Addison Improv

    4980 Beltline Road #250, Addison North Dallas

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  • AMC Valley View 16

    13331 Preston Rd., Ste. 2300 North Dallas

    972-387-4503

    This 16-screen movie theater is located off Preston Road in Dallas. Amenities include stadium seating, theater rentals and wheelchair access.
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  • Anise

    5630 Village Glen Dr. North Dallas

    469-659-6376

    This Mediterranean restaurant located in the once-again place-to-be, The Village, is helmed by chef Aaron Skoultchi who previously had ties at Boulevardier and Rapscallion and is now making his mark with the menu at Anise. You'll find Anise inside The Drey Hotel. It's decorated with bright tiles; a long slick wooden bar beckons you. Let the spices and savory dishes transport your to an exotic location. Be sure to check out their Sunday brunch as well. Top pick: The Hawaij-Spiced shortrib is cooked medium-rare and served with two decent-sized pieces of short ribs. The meat has a dark exterior crust of Hawajj — a variety of Yemeni ground spices, typically, cumin, black pepper, turmeric, and cardamom — and a deep pink middle. It’s served on a bed of saffron rice and thick labneh and pistachios. Bright orange kumquats provide bursts of citrus. 
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  • Antonio's Ristorante

    4985 Addison Circle, Addison North Dallas

    972-458-1010

    Luciano Cola's Italian restaurant combines rustic and elegant elements to create a casual atmosphere where friends and family can commiserate, businessmen can close deals and couples can cavort over a plate of antipasto misto della casa. Sure, there are plates of spaghetti drowned in red sauce. There is also lasagna Ripiena alla Romana (lasagna stuffed with meatballs, sausage and three cheeses), homemade gnocchi (Antonio's is a family outfit) and paglia e fieno (straw and hay). The latter is green and white fettuccine with ham, mushrooms, cream and Parmesan. The Cioppino Antonio, the house version of fisherman's stew, is huge in portion and popularity. Also popular are the pizzas, like the traditional and complex capricciosa. Ask about the daily risotto special.
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  • Asian Mint

    11617 N. Central Expwy, Suite 135 North Dallas

    214-363-6655

    There are few surprises at Nikky Phinyawatana's Asian fusion restaurant. The Mint menu, much like its North Dallas counterpart, lists the regular players at first glance-satay, rolls, piquant Thai soups, stir fries, Mongolian beef. Then comes the house's special pad Thai, which is available in the form of crunchy wonton strips, crab haul, low-carb (sans noodles), among others. There is a daily martini special. If you like the spice, request it. Otherwise, the kitchen will play it safe with the Highland Park locals.
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  • Barnes & Noble

    5301 Belt Line Rd. North Dallas

    972-980-0853

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  • Barnes & Noble Preston Royal

    5959 Royal Lane North Dallas

    214-363-0924

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  • Barnes and Noble-Lincoln Park

    7700 W. Northwest Hwy. Ste. 300 North Dallas

    214-739-1124

  • Baruch HaShem Messianic Synagogue

    6304 Belt Line Rd. North Dallas

    972-386-0121

  • Becks Prime

    5931 Forest Lane North Dallas

    972-661-8681

    Promising fresh, fast, burgers, steaks and sandwiches, this Houston-based fast food chain comes endorsed by Texas Monthly. The massive half-pound patties dwarf typical fast food options, and they should, since a burger here starts at $7.25. The meat is ground in house fresh each morning, and grilled to order – they'll even deliver a rare burger – over mesquite wood.
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  • Bellacures

    6108 Luther Lane North Dallas

    214-385-4050

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  • Besa's Pizza & Pasta

    14856 Preston Rd. North Dallas

    972-233-7227

    From the street, this might look like the average strip-mall pizza parlor, but once inside things change. The tables are covered in earth-tone tablecloths that match the seat cushions. Obviously, some thought went into Besa's. That by itself distinguishes Besa's from most slice shops in town. The counter service is still there, as are the cheap price points. Lunch specials begin at $4.99 for one Neapolitan-style slice, a tossed salad and a drink. While the pizza, including the Sicilian, is popular, pastas such as the lobster ravioli get raves from regulars. Among the myriad of subs available, the Philly cheesesteak is a hot item. Customers in search of something more substantial can order one of the meat (chicken, veal or seafood) entrées.
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  • Big Tony’s West Philly Cheesesteaks

    13378 Preston Rd. North Dallas

    214-812-9092

    Why West Philly? Well, that’s where Anthony “Big Tony” Blaylock is from. He graduated from Temple University, which explains the college memorabilia at some of his mini-chain’s locations, and got experience in the restaurant business by working at local rival chain Fred’s before opening his own cheesesteak shop. Big Tony’s imports bread loaves from Philadelphia, because nothing made locally can match the unique, soft-but-firm texture of the breads into which this restaurant piles sliced steak and veggies. The menu is huge, and each day has its own specials, but look out for No. 8, with sautéed onions and mushrooms, and No. 15, which adds mushrooms, onions, banana peppers and slices of jalapeño. The meat is saucy, but never greasy, and we also appreciate the pandemic safety measures taken at each restaurant, including curbside pickup at some locations.

    Top pick: The fried sides, including “toothpicks” and “hockey pucks” (fried straight-sliced onions and peppers, and fried jalapeño coins, respectively), are spot-on.

    Fun fact: The enormous menu also includes burgers and a hot pastrami hoagie.
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