Dakota’s Is An Underground Steakhouse Hiding Beneath A Big City In Texas

Editor’s Note: Unfortunately, this restaurant has closed since this article was written.

Most fine-dining restaurants are pretty similar. White tablecloths, fancy finger bowls, and waiters who fill your glass after every sip. Dakota’s Steakhouse in Dallas sets itself apart in the neatest way possible: it’s underground! Descend 18 feet below the surface for a culinary experience unlike any other.

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Visit Dakota’s at 600 N. Akard Street in Dallas. For more information, check out the restaurant’s website or Facebook page.

Have you ever been to Dakota’s? Are there any other subterranean restaurants in Texas?

For more underground adventures, check out Going Into These 8 Caves In Texas Is Like Entering Another World.

Address: 600 N Akard St, Dallas, TX 75201, USA