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The Grill on the Alley

The Grill on the Alley

I was taken back to 1940s old Hollywood—without leaving Dallas.

My elegant culinary time travel came as I sipped on a Ruby Red Martini and previewed the new summer menu at The Grill on the Alley, a stalwart of the Metroplex’s dining scene for 35 years yet still able to deliver new and creative items to pique the palate.

The dimly-lit ambience of The Grill on the Alley lends itself to the perfect date night. Photo Adam Zoblotsky

With an ambience that lends itself to date night, the quality of the menu offerings goes far beyond the typical steakhouse. Standouts on my visit included the Certified Angus Beef Ribeye SteakCrab-Stuffed Jumbo Shrimp and a Coconut Cake that couldn’t be, nor should it be, resisted.

Enjoy a cocktail with dinner like this Ruby Red Martini: Deep Eddy Ruby Red Vodka, fresh lemon and a splash of grapefruit. Photo Adam Zoblotsky
One of the many standouts at The Grill on the Alley in Dallas: Certified Angus Beef Ribeye Steak with a side of broccoli and potatoes. Photo Adam Zoblotsky

Other buzzing menu items include a Texas Size French Dip (shaved prime rib, balsamic onions, melted Havarti, au jus and creamy horseradish on a French roll), and a Blackened Texas Redfish with mango sweet chilis salsa and wilted spinach (perfect for lunch).

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The beautifully plated whole Thai Snapper fish drizzled with cilantro ginger vinaigrette and herb salad or the Signature Wagyu Meatloaf with tomato glaze, red wine demi-glace and mashed potatoes are tough to choose between for dinner

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