Fedora Northern Italian Dining
1722 Routh St Ste 126, Dallas, TX 75201
Fedora â€“ Dallasâ€™ Northern Italian Restaurant, serving classic Italian cuisine in downtown Dallas TX,1722 Routh Street Dallas, TX 75201 Directions: Fedora, Italian Restaurant, One Arts Plaza, Dallas, TX Dallas Arts District Restaurants
Craving a quality Italian restaurant in downtown Dallas? The next time you get the Italian dish hankering, Fedora cordially invites you to dine with us. With Italian dishes rich in flavor and tradition, Fedoraâ€™s Dallas kitchen serves â€œbona fide Northern Italian cuisine.â€ Â
Fedora Executive Chef, Jordan Rogers, pours his heart into creating a menu that is every bit as good as any of the other Italian restaurants in Dallas. Along with his Sous Chef, Javier Vallez, and the rest of Chef Jordanâ€™s kitchen brigade, ALL demand perfection in how food is prepared and presented. That's why almost every new customer that comes in raves about their dining experience.
Located in the heart of Dallas Arts District at the end of Flora Street (1722 Routh Street), One Arts Plaza is a downtown destination for luxury urban living, business, dining and entertainment. The $125 million multiuse structure is the first of three buildings located on 10 acres in the downtown Dallas Arts District. Soon to follow will be Two Arts Plaza and Three Arts Plaza. Â
With our elegant and open Dallas Italian restaurant, Fedora is the perfect Dallas Italian restaurant to host banquets, wedding receptions, special events, as well as family and romantic date nights. Â
Also, if youâ€™re planning on visiting one of the many venues located within the Dallas Arts District, Fedora would like to help launch your special night with our prix fixe Performing Arts Menu for Two. But if youâ€™re not heading towards the Dallas Arts District, feel free to stop by anytime and Fedora will always welcome you with open arms. Â
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Cuisines: Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch, Italian, European, Continental, Pizza
Price Range : Average
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01/27/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I had all but forgotten about One Arts Plaza, but had a great lunch at Fedora - this place is super comfy, the food was good and service outstanding! I am looking forward to coming back - I bet dinner is fun here - looks like it would be a place that is fun to come to with groups! I am glad I found this place and will be back!!!!
08/25/2010Provided by Citysearch -
great atmosphere.. i went with my parents and had a good time it also be a really great place for a date. the menu had a broad range of items for just about everyone. we each got something differnt and tried eachothers and we're pleased. our waiter was extremely nice and gave us alot of attention. id def recommend it! ohh and how could i forget about the desserts.. theyre to die for! my favorite was their chocolate cake with strawberries! :)
08/24/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Go if you have a Chance... Very authentic, chef understudied in Northern Italy. If you go expecting Olive Garden cooking like other reviews you could leave a little lacking, but If you go with higher expectations from a chef that has actual culinary experience from Italy you will supersede those!
05/03/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I was taken there as an out-of-town guest and my hosts were horrified! It was a disappointment on all fronts. The waiter was inexperienced and unknowledgelable. The food was subpar - an arugula salad was primarily spinach, my eggplant was woefully undercooked, and a bone-in pork chop was overcooked and chewy. We had to seek out the manager (who was also doubling as the Execuitve Chef?!) and were met with an attitude of arrogance and rudeness. Do not waste your time and money1
08/02/2009Provided by Citysearch -
My boyfriend and I dropped off our car w/the valet, entered Fedora's early (around 6:30). We went straight to our table as the restaurant was fairly empty. The ambiance was nice and our server was personable. However, the only food item we liked was the bruschetta. I ordered the seared tuna and it was overcooked. It was served w/a sauce that didn't compliment the ahi. It was down right disgusting! My boyfriend ordered the pork chop and it was extremely flavorless. If you want good service and good food, go to the Screen Door next door.
02/10/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Well our service was fantastic but even if it would of been worse i would still be back. we also had to wait a while for a table but it was worth the wait. We had drinks made with fresh mango and peaches, and our bartender told us they made their own grenadine and were in the process of making their own bitters which my husband found pretty cool. The egg white in the pisco sour was interesting but worth the try. Pizza was great, we didn't really try any of the entrees but we'll be back to do so and we'll make a reservation.
11/29/2008Provided by Citysearch -
besides the 1 hour wait to get a table, everything was fantastic (it might of been extra good due to the 3 cocktails we had while waiting for a table) prices were very fair and we didn't spend a fortune on a bottle of wine (good red was 33$ for the bottle) service was amazing, we'll be back!