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Since its opening in 2007, Fearing’s has been named “Restaurant of the Year” and “Table of the Year” by Esquire Magazine, as well as #1 in Hotel Dining in the U.S. by the prestigious Zagat Survey. The restaurant was nominated by the James Beard Foundation as Best New Restaurant, and it is currently included on top national lists by TheDailyMeal.com, Gayot.com and many other influential food websites.

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Dean’s Kitchen

A lively, interactive display kitchen where guests can dine under a rawhide chandelier and watch our chefs in action

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The Sendero

This is the ultimate alfresco experience. Spanish for “the path”, The Sendero’s movable glass walls allow for a temperature-controlled or open-air setting with beautiful views of the outdoor gardens and water features.

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The Ocaso

Our beautiful outdoor dining patio is centered around cool water features, towering trees and lush landscaping. The Ocaso offers the best outdoor dining in central Dallas. Ocaso means sunset in Portuguese.

*Can be covered during inclement weather

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The Wine Cellar

An intimate, romantic setting for up to sixteen people, with a soaring, vaulted stone ceiling and vast array of wines. An oak table carved from a single tree is lit from above by a rustic chandeliers and is surrounded by wine enclosed in glass that can be frosted to conceal.

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The Chef’s Table

Premier elevated location in the midst of lively Dean’s Kitchen. Named America’s “Table of the Year” by Esquire Magazine, The Chef’s Table offers personal visits and close-up views of the chefs in action.

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The Rattlesnake Bar

A cozy, welcoming bar with rich mahogany-paneled walls inlayed with leather, a friendly, casual atmosphere, light fare and Dean’s amazing margaritas and cocktails.

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The Live Oak Bar

Named for the Texas live oak trees that shade it, this is a great outdoor spot for a cool drink or casual gathering.