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As the author of The Texas Food Bible, chef Dean Fearing is an expert when it comes to both food and the Dallas dining experience. At his namesake restaurant, Fearing’s, he’s created seven distinct settings all offering his innovative interpretation of American cuisine.

There's the relaxed and welcoming Rattlesnake Bar with its warm glow of honey onyx; The Gallery with its elegant table settings and superb art collection; the intimate Wine Cellar featuring private dining for 16 people under a vaulted stone ceiling; or dining ringside while watching chefs in action beneath the rawhide chandeliers of the relaxed Dean’s Kitchen. The path to indulgence lies in the Sendero, Chef Fearing’s stunning glass dining pavilion looking onto its own walled garden, while the lushly landscaped Ocaso patio features soothing water elements. The nearby Live Oak Bar is an equally inviting gathering spot, complete with its own outdoor fireplace.

Fearing’s is the perfect blend of innovative design, elevated cuisine and the true spirit of Texas hospitality. Named “Restaurant of the Year” and “Table of the Year” by Esquire Magazine shortly after opening, and named No. 1 in Hotel Dining in the U.S. by Zagat just 15 months later, Fearing’s has created quite a buzz with distinct dining venues, a spectacular farm-to-market seasonal menu, and the personal presence of Chef Dean Fearing himself.

Please call (214) 922-4848 or reserve online
For more information, please visit the Fearing's website