Celebrate at Dallas' top 3 fancy steakhouses

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Looking to splurge at the fanciest steakhouses around?

Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the most excellent high-end steakhouses in Dallas, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of where to indulge for your next special occasion.

1. Pappas Bros Steakhouse

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Topping the list is Pappas Bros Steakhouse. Located at 10477 Lombardy Lane in Preston Hollow, the traditional American bistro is the highest-rated upscale steakhouse in Dallas, boasting 4.5 stars out of 944 reviews on Yelp.

In the words of its Yelp bio, Pappas Bros Steakhouse is an "elegant, award-winning steakhouse serving dry-aged prime beef, seafood and exceptional wines."

2. Nick & Sam's

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Next up is Oak Lawn's Nick & Sam's, situated at 3008 Maple Ave. With four stars out of 1,179 reviews on Yelp, the steakhouse, which is known for its seafood, steaks, wine and more, has proven to be a local favorite.

"Founded in 1999 by restaurateur Phil Romano, Nick & Sam's has become one of Dallas' most popular dining destinations," the business writes on Yelp in the section about specialties. "Our universal appeal is a result of exceptional prime steaks, chops and seafood, paired with an extensive wine list of 450 selections and outstanding service."

3. Fearing's Restaurant

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Uptown's Fearing's Restaurant, located at 2121 McKinney Ave., is another prime choice, with Yelpers giving the ritzy New American steakhouse four stars out of 541 reviews. 

"Located at the Ritz-Carlton, Dallas, our modern restaurant features regional dishes and beverages using ingredients from local farms," touts the business' Yelp profile in the section pertaining to specialties.

Menu items to look for include peppercorn-soaked buffalo tenderloin, mesquite-grilled lamb chops, achiote-glazed antelope and Georges Bank diver scallops with short rib nuggets, served atop a bed of mashed butter beans, asparagus, king mushrooms and pickled kabocha squash.

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