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Dakota’s Steakhouse- Downtown Dallas

Dakota’s Steakhouse- Downtown Dallas, 600 N. Akard St, Dallas

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About Dakota’s Steakhouse- Downtown Dallas
Dakota’s Steakhouse- Downtown Dallas
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Average Price: $50 and over
Cuisine: Steakhouse
Dress Code: Business Casual
v < 0.1 miles from Dallas center (as shown on map)
What's better than a fine, aged wine? How about a fine, aged steakhouse that serves prime aged steaks. Where would one find such a unique combination? Located below the sidewalks of downtown Dallas at the 30 year Dallas icon, Dakota's Steakhouse.

Sit back and take in the many decorative nuances that make Dakota's still one of the most romantic spots in Dallas. Outside the restaurant, the multi-level waterfall, draping foliage and black granite patio bar make dining outdoors a delight. Inside the restaurant, the New Orleans lamps and imported marble floors neatly package the classic theme.

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Dakota's Steakhouse is #1763 of 4133 things to do in Dallas

3 of 5 stars3 out of 5
By: 73BW, Chicago, Illinois
Thu 5 May, 2022
l Our group of three came in without an reservations, but it was early on a weekday. The hostess offered us the bar for dinner. As I noticed many open tables? So we stay up there and ordered. The...

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5 of 5 stars5 out of 5
By: Mistafrosty501, Conway, Arkansas
Tue 12 Apr, 2022
l The best steak I've ever had. I fancy myself a steak expert. Haha but seriously you have to eat here. The environment food service every thing was amazing.

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Dakota’s Steakhouse- Downtown Dallas 600 N. Akard St, Dallas