5 Power Lunch Spots in Dallas
Got a big deal brewing and need the perfect power lunch place to take your client? Here are five recommendations from the pros.
Address: 8201 Preston Rd
Signature dish: Steak
Best known for: Being THE PLACE in Dallas for a lunch meeting. Fountain Residential Partners president Brent Little tells us you can’t take a few steps without seeing three to five bankers, equity guys, and developers. Plus Sevy’s is one of the few places that takes lunch reservations.
Pictured: Anderson Hanson Blanton’s Missy Hodges, Henry S. Miller’s Lew Wood, Novus Realty Advisors’ Robert Grunnah, and HSM’s Darrell Hurmis with Sevy’s maître d' and partner Stefaan VanDemoortele and chef/owner Jim “Sevy” Severson.
Restaurant: Lawry’s Prime Rib
Address: 14655 Dallas Parkway
Signature dish: Prime rib
Best known for: Being a great place to run into other commercial real estate types. ARA’s Brian O’Boyle tells us it’s a great go-to spot.
3. R&D Kitchen
Restaurant: R&D Kitchen
Address: 8300 Preston Center Plaza
Signature dish: Tuna roll
Best known for: A place to see and be seen. Kite Realty regional manager/leasing Karly Kilroy tells us you can’t have lunch there without seeing someone in the business.
4. Capital Grille
Restaurant: The Capital Grille
Address: 500 Crescent Ct
Signature dish: Fresh mozzarella made every two hours
Best known for: Power lunches for the real estate crowd, TIG’s Brenda Kindt tell us.
5. Meddlesome Moth
Restaurant: Meddlesome Moth
Address: 1621 Oak Lawn Ave
Signature dish: Selection of rare beers
Best known for: Marcus & Millichap’s Teddy Leatherman tells us the atmosphere is lovely and it never gets too noisy around lunch time. They also have a beautiful covered patio that’s perfect for a spring lunch meeting.