Situated under a large oak tree in the Design District, Oak restaurant is one of Dallas' new and notable spots. It serves lunch and dinner, along with a wide variety of thoughtful, delicious cocktails, and wines from around the world. Meals start with fresh, warm bread accompanied by several flavors of butter. Diners can choose from several mouthwatering appetizers, such as the one-of-a-kind spring pea risotto, veal schnitzel, chilled heirloom tomato soup, or Moroccan octopus and pork jowls.
The entrees at Oak are unique as well, and you'll find anything you're in the mood for–from steaks to chicken and duo of Kobe, or berbere spiced lamb loin for more adventurous diners. Pair your meal with a glass or bottle of wine or beer, or try the signature drink, the Mighty Oak, a blend of rare bourbon, ginger lemon, mint, and soda.
The executive chef at Oak is Jason Maddy, who previously worked at the Mansion on Turtle Creek. This great new restaurant recently opened its doors and is quickly becoming a hot late night spot as well. Reservations are recommended. Visitors who are lucky enough to visit Dallas during the perfect springtime or autumn weather should request a table on the patio/deck.