2024 Best American Restaurants in Dallas/Fort Worth Area

Best American Cuisine Restaurants in Dallas/Fort Worth

A large part of a country's identity is food, and this certainly applies to the United States. There's a lot more to the American culinary culture than hamburgers, as chefs have found plenty of freedom within the realm of American cuisine.

Some restaurants present sophisticated takes on classic American comfort food, while other New American restaurants incoroprate influences from across the globe. Whatever your craving, you'll find something satisfying at these Best Restaurants for American Cuisine in Dallas/Fort Worth, presented in alphabetical order.

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Bonnell's Fine Texas Cuisine
14/20
Local, seasonal, indigenous ingredients used in creative presentations speak to the talent of owner-chef Jon Bonnell. See More

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Contemporary, Southwestern
Fearing's
15/20
Chef Dean Fearing does it up big with his Southwestern cuisine at The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas. See More

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New American, Steakhouse
Grace
13/20
Grace offers new twists on old-school American cuisine. See More

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Kenny's Wood Fired Grill
13/20
Indulgent steaks, seafood and burgers and a lively, always-crowded bar make this an Addison favorite. See More

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The Lonesome Dove Western Bistro
13/20
Tim Love prepares time-honored American fare in an urban chic atmosphere. See More

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Rapscallion
12/20
Rapscallion reflects chef Nathan Tate’s Southern roots, coupled with seasonal ingredients and locally sourced products. See More

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Rough Creek Lodge
15/20
The game-influenced menu plays into the hunting lodge's environment but also allows ample choices for those not fond of wild flavors. See More
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