This restaurant stands out among Dallas' numerous steakhouses by offering only a limited menu and cooking everything to perfection. From the candlelit ... More
Pappas Brothers Steakhouse
This restaurant stands out among Dallas' numerous steakhouses by offering only a limited menu and cooking everything to perfection. From the candlelit wine room to the underlit cigar lounge, this steakhouse oozes with class. Leather booths and dark wood are reminiscent of the men's clubs of the 1930's. Specialties include tender, juicy steak, as well as a variety of seafood entrees. The $4 million dollar, 1,500-bottle wine collection is probably the city's most extensive.
I once heard my friend talk about 'Papas Bros' around 635 and 35 and said that he had the best steaks in his life.Hmmmm..Eversince then i tried to figure out where this resturant was!
But everytime i drive by 635 and 35 , i see so many resturants and i would get confused.Finally i spotted Papas Bros with a Cow molding next to it.
For Christmas Eve, my husband and I decided to treat some of friends at Papas Bros.When we walked it, we received Fine dining reception and was seated to a very private booth.The ambience was very cozy , yet sophisticated.The place was packed with media people as the basketball players were dining there.The waiter who took care of us was so friendly and made us feel very comfortable.
Since we were quite hungry we ordered Salad .My friend who is allergic to tomato, beans etc..told to waiter to eliminate these ingredients.My friend told me that he had never had such a wonderful salad as like he had at Papas Bros.
We all tried to order different items from the menu.I ordered the Three PeppercornSteak($38.99) and my husband ordered the Prime New York Strip(price varies with oz).The peppercorn steak was quite big and had a lot of pepper in it.the New York trip was little smaller but it was awesome.Our friends ordered Lamb Chop($35.00) and Porterhouse($31.00) which was also very good.
I guess any dish here would definitely be good and some like NYstrip, LambChop would be extremely good. We took easy on deserts as we planned to go somewhere else.
I can also join with my friend and say that this place serves some of the best steaks in dallas.
I was in the fair city of Dallas recently from PA. Had the utmost pleasure of eating at Pappas. I have never in my life had such an amazing dining experience. The ambiance in the old cigar bar was incredible. The food....Words cannot do it justice! I would fly from PA to TX just for another experience at Pappas!!!
Pappas Brothers is a cut above the rest. The food is exquisite. Their lobster bisque is better than The Palm, Ruth's Chris, Morton's, and similar restaurants. Their steak melts in your mouth, and the lobster doesn't even need the drawn butter because it's so delectable. Their desserts are sinful and taste even better with an aperitif or a cappucino. While the food is outstanding, the service is even better. The waiters are experts at their craft and can assist in choices of food, sides, desserts and beverages. They are at your table when you need them, yet don't get in the way of your dinner. We've gone at least three times a year since it opened and have always been treated well. Diners can even request a specific server be associated with their name to assure that your favorite server be there for you again and again. I truly can't say enough about Pappas Brothers. We will continue to spend all our special occasions there, as they make us feel like part of the family.
This is by far the best steak house in Dallas. The lobster is enormous and steak exquisite, the service flawless and the wine list is as thick as some phone books. Plus the GM drops by your table to make sure everything is fine. Take a wine cellar tour � you will be marveled.
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