Dallas - Fort Worth Latin / Spanish Restaurants

Dallas - Fort Worth Latin / Spanish Restaurants
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San Salvaje
Latin American | Uptown Dallas
262 reviews

San Salvaje (pronounced San Sal-VAH-hay), which means “wild saint”, celebrates the union of pagan indigenous culture with a host of saints revered in Latin America.
Stephan Pyles transforms the former Samar into San Salvaje, a casual, high-energy restaurant inspired by the cuisines and cultures of Mexico, Central & South America, the Caribbean and Cuba.

Cubiertos Gourmet Mexican and Margaritas
Mexican | North Dallas
9 reviews

We pride ourselves on bringing you gourmet Mexican food made from the highest-quality local ingredients in an exciting and unique atmosphere. In addition, we price our wines on a retail model.

Chino Chinatown at Trinity Groves
Asian | Trinity Groves
95 reviews

Chino Chinatown menu is the transformation of traditional Asian dishes with a Latin American twist. The spirits menu is motivated by the new cocktail movement and classic hand-crafted drinks.

The cuisine is inspired by Chinese immigrants that came to South America from the southern province of Guangdong and Macau in the late 19th century. Due to lack of Asian ingredients, the Chinese adapted their cuisine with items available in the area creating unique blends of Chinese cooking with Latin ingredients. They established “barrio Chinos” which translates to “Chinatown” in Latin American cities. Chino will transport people to this era of mystery and adventure.

Stephan Pyles
Southwest | Downtown Dallas
164 reviews

Latest Restaurant of Celebrity Chef Stephan Pyles, pioneer of New American Cuisine and founding Father of Southwestern Cuisine. This architecturally significant restaurant serves Pyles newest style of cooking, New Millennium Southwestern, with emphasis on cultures that are related to Spain - The Latin New World, The Mediterranean and Arabia,