Best Restaurant to Propose in Dallas

2020 has been a tough year for some, others not so much. 2020 has strengthened friendships, romance and even the family dynamic. It has been reported that marriages are at an all time high with licenses being issued at rapid rate. We congratulate as you enter in to this marvelous union and have a bit of advice on where to pop the question. Peruse this list to check compatibility.

In Dallas look at making a reservation in these romantic hot spots to enjoy the happiest moment of your life.

Lavendou: What screams romance more than the French. Here you can reserve a cozy corner in advance and enjoy a great bottle of the bubbly along with the best French cuisine in Dallas. When you gather your nerves you may bend a knee and announce your love.

St Martin’s Win Bar: Thousands have proposed under the dimly lit romantic digs at St Martin’s, and you can too. Let the staff know ahead of time and they will make the experience extra special.

Mercat Bistro: Located quietly in the Harwood District Mercat is another French restaurant that CraveDFW once pronounced the most romantic restaurant in Dallas. The cuisine is amazing, and it is extremely cozy with dim lighting that has seen it’s share of proposals.

SER Steaks and Spirits: The best view in Dallas. Ask for a romantic corner to do your deed.

Bistro 31: The amazing food lends itself to a proposal. Order a bottle of bubbles, enjoy the Oysters Rockefeller and man (or woman) up. The staff will help with special requests, so don’t be bashful!

Nobu: Despite the massive size, you can select a romantic corner in Nobu. And nothing spells romance more than light sushi and champagne.

Hotel St Germain: Floor-length cloth table linens, flickering lights, secluded table for two… you get the idea. Great cuisine, even better European surroundings.

Alice: At this quaint East Dallas restaurant find a limited menu, extremely limited seating and a table by the window to share intimate details abound. East Dallas romance at its finest!

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