Town Hearth. Big, Flashy, and Classy.

Big and flashy, are the first two words that come to mind when describing Town Hearth, and it only makes sense, since they are in fact in Texas where everything is bigger. Chef Nick Badovinus newest addition to Dallas is crazy, over the top, and definitely the talk of the town, with 64 chandeliers, a Ducati motorcycle, a yellow submarine and an 1961 MG in the kitchen its no surprise why. And thats only speaking on behalf of the decor, the menu is its own site to see. Want spaghetti? They have it. Want oysters? Yup, got that too. Town Hearth has a large variety of menu options, including small plates to share, a full lobster salad, burgers, and some of the best cuts of steaks Texas has to offer.




While the cocktail list was innovative and fun, the wine list was less than impressive. With so many steaks to choose from its a shame they only offer 2 different malbec’s (which is paired perfectly with steak). Most of the wine offerings concentrate on a small handful of pricey, prestigious regions and styles.

What I can say I liked best about Town Hearth is the atmosphere. They give fine dining a completely different twist, especially in the Dallas greater area, where fine dinning is often stuffy and uninviting. An evening at Town Hearth is similar to dinner and a show, with all the who’s who in Dallas, people watching. I would definitely suggest calling and making a reservation before hand otherwise you will be fighting for a place to sit at the bar. Town Hearth should be your next date night, or a fun night out with the girls. Go ahead and “Treat yo self”.




What to Wear?


Most casual                                                                                   Most Formal

Have fun when getting ready for Town Hearth, with as big and flashy as the restaurant is the possibilities are endless when it comes to what to wear. Make sure you #DressResponsibly