Trece

★★★★☆
  • 4513 Travis St

    Dallas, TX 75205

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  • 214-780-1900

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Went with friends and had a great meal. Frozen margarita and desert was delicious. Our server was very polite and helpful helping us make choices since we had never been there before. Great food!

5
★★★★★

Went with friends and had a great meal. Frozen margarita and desert was delicious. Our server was very polite and helpful helping us make choices since we had never been there before. Great food!

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I thought after one bad experience I'd give them another shot, but it was deja vu as it unfolded the same way.

Horrible service. The waiter showed no courtesy nor even the slightest concern for anyone at our table. He acted as if we mattered not to him at all. He came only when food was ready and never otherwise checked on our drinks. Lacking promptness and conscience regarding drink refills, my friend sat for far too long with any empty glass. He attempted to take plates of unfinished food without so much as a glance at the person nor a question as to whether they were done or even if they wanted a to go box. Both this waiter and the waitress of my first visit gave me some of the worst service I've ever experienced at any restaurant.

The food was mediocre at best with not much taste nor zest. It could have been far worse but I'd honestly rather eat at Taco Bueno. Even the cashiers there would be more friendly than anyone working at this "upscale" restaurant.

I refuse to ever return to this restaurant even if they payed me to eat there.

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★☆☆☆☆

I thought after one bad experience I'd give them another shot, but it was deja vu as it unfolded the same way.

Horrible service. The waiter showed no courtesy nor even the slightest concern for anyone at our table. He acted as if we mattered not to him at all. He came only when food was ready and never otherwise checked on our drinks. Lacking promptness and conscience regarding drink refills, my friend sat for far too long with any empty glass. He attempted to take plates of unfinished food without so much as a glance at the person nor a question as to whether they were done or even if they wanted a to go box. Both this waiter and the waitress of my first visit gave me some of the worst service I've ever experienced at any restaurant.

The food was mediocre at best with not much taste nor zest. It could have been far worse but I'd honestly rather eat at Taco Bueno. Even the cashiers there would be more friendly than anyone working at this "upscale" restaurant.

I refuse to ever return to this restaurant even if they payed me to eat there.

Pros: Nada...well they played good music

Cons: Everything; Horrible service, mediocre food

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This is high end mexican food that's very good! The tequila flights aren't bad either! If you're not super hungry, an appetizer will work for your meal.

4
★★★★☆

This is high end mexican food that's very good! The tequila flights aren't bad either! If you're not super hungry, an appetizer will work for your meal.

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I didn't mind paying the $$$ for the food; it was worth it! Yes, their made fresh at table side guacamole was phenomenal, the braised short rib was succulent served with the best sweet potatoes I ever had!!! But the service was not up to par with the food and the category of restaurant it?s supposed to be. We had to wait an hour and a half for a table that we had advance reservations for. The server butchered the pronunciation of restaurant?s name and our dishes did not come out all at the same time. You can imagine waiting almost two hours for your food the disappointed and hunger pains you feel watching your friends eat their food while still waiting for your dish to come out!!

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★★★☆☆

I didn't mind paying the $$$ for the food; it was worth it! Yes, their made fresh at table side guacamole was phenomenal, the braised short rib was succulent served with the best sweet potatoes I ever had!!! But the service was not up to par with the food and the category of restaurant it?s supposed to be. We had to wait an hour and a half for a table that we had advance reservations for. The server butchered the pronunciation of restaurant?s name and our dishes did not come out all at the same time. You can imagine waiting almost two hours for your food the disappointed and hunger pains you feel watching your friends eat their food while still waiting for your dish to come out!!

Pros: good frozen mojitos, great food

Cons: $10 for the mojitos, bad service

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With all the good restaurants in Dallas, it's just not worth wasting a night here.
Atmosphere: Thursday nights are bad at this place. They have a "band", but it's really one guy doing karaoke, and it's bad. Everybody is shouting to be heard over this guy. So it's a bad place to go if you want to have decent conversation with the people you're with.
Drinks: All the margarita machines were broken, so we couldn't have one. The drinks on the menu were crazy expensive, so we ordered beers instead, which were reasonable.
Food: Food is ok. Not better than what you can get at Gloria's or Chuy's. For the price you pay, you might expect something more, but you don't get it.
Service: Excellent. Wait staff is very good. No complaints.

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★★☆☆☆

With all the good restaurants in Dallas, it's just not worth wasting a night here.
Atmosphere: Thursday nights are bad at this place. They have a "band", but it's really one guy doing karaoke, and it's bad. Everybody is shouting to be heard over this guy. So it's a bad place to go if you want to have decent conversation with the people you're with.
Drinks: All the margarita machines were broken, so we couldn't have one. The drinks on the menu were crazy expensive, so we ordered beers instead, which were reasonable.
Food: Food is ok. Not better than what you can get at Gloria's or Chuy's. For the price you pay, you might expect something more, but you don't get it.
Service: Excellent. Wait staff is very good. No complaints.

Pros: service

Cons: atmosphere isn't good on thursdays, prices are high

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The food was good, not memorable though. I was shocked when I got my ticket at the end of the meal. $100 for a meal for 2 that took less than an hour to complete? Perhaps it just was not my thing, but we could have gotten a meal more to our liking at Pappasito's (with drinks and an appetizer like we had) for less than 1/2 of the price at Trece. On top of that, no complimentary valet parking? Would have figured since we were patrons of the restaurant, the valet parking would be free...I mean, they do that at Abacus not too far away.

So, probably will not be back there. Just not our type of place.

1
★★★☆☆

The food was good, not memorable though. I was shocked when I got my ticket at the end of the meal. $100 for a meal for 2 that took less than an hour to complete? Perhaps it just was not my thing, but we could have gotten a meal more to our liking at Pappasito's (with drinks and an appetizer like we had) for less than 1/2 of the price at Trece. On top of that, no complimentary valet parking? Would have figured since we were patrons of the restaurant, the valet parking would be free...I mean, they do that at Abacus not too far away.

So, probably will not be back there. Just not our type of place.

Pros: Tequila menu

Cons: Music too loud in dining room, price

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Trece is amazing, perfect for large parties, they are so on point and have the best service. I had a large client event here, and not only was the food amazing, the chef came out himself to say hello, thank you, and bring some off menu desserts that were the most amazing thing I've ever tasted in my life. I LOVE this place, and can't wait to be back in Dallas...

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★★★★★

Trece is amazing, perfect for large parties, they are so on point and have the best service. I had a large client event here, and not only was the food amazing, the chef came out himself to say hello, thank you, and bring some off menu desserts that were the most amazing thing I've ever tasted in my life. I LOVE this place, and can't wait to be back in Dallas...

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I love Restaurant Week. It is an opportunity for people to sample restaurants, for restaurants to
engage new customers and hopefully establish new client relationships. I was very much looking forward
to my meal at Trece for I had heard rave reviews about the food. Unfortunetly, my reservation was misplaced and their hostesses condescendingly blamed me for their inability to input information correctly into the computer. They were extremely rude and unhelpful even after i provided evidence of confirmation of reservation. My party of 5 left to eat across the street at Il Sole. It is unfortunate that an event like that can ruin your perception of a good restaraunt.

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★☆☆☆☆

I love Restaurant Week. It is an opportunity for people to sample restaurants, for restaurants to
engage new customers and hopefully establish new client relationships. I was very much looking forward
to my meal at Trece for I had heard rave reviews about the food. Unfortunetly, my reservation was misplaced and their hostesses condescendingly blamed me for their inability to input information correctly into the computer. They were extremely rude and unhelpful even after i provided evidence of confirmation of reservation. My party of 5 left to eat across the street at Il Sole. It is unfortunate that an event like that can ruin your perception of a good restaraunt.

Cons: Bad Service, Expensive Drinks

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For restaurant week I decided, through the luxury of my company to try Trece. I had vaguely heard of it but was not disappointed that I decided to try it on a whim. On arrival my dinner guest and I were informed that our table was not ready but was offered a complementry drink from the bar while we waited. I chose the Pomegranate Margarita and was not disappointed with my choice. The flavor was clearly Pomegranate and did not have the characteristic tart margarita flavor you get with lesser quality margaritas. We were seated shortly afterwards, but not before I was able to take in the eclectic mix of patrons surrounding the bar. Because of it being restaurant week the menu was an extremely condensed version. The choices, however, were not lacking in variety. I chose for my appetizer the 13 ingredient tortilla soup. I was surprised on how well the flavors blended together but were still distinct from each other. This was one of the best tortilla soups I have eaten. My entree was the grilled salmon served over a mexican style vermicelli. The salmon was cooked to perfection, not dry but not under done either. The pasta was flavored with an coriander cumin tomato based sauce and was the perfect cup size portion. I did not have dessert but my companions who had joined me for dinner enjoyed their immensely especially the passion fruit cheesecake. The experience was wonderful and the wait staff was knowledgable and helpful. I recommend for a special occasion to give this restaurant a try. You will not be disappointed!

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★★★★☆

For restaurant week I decided, through the luxury of my company to try Trece. I had vaguely heard of it but was not disappointed that I decided to try it on a whim. On arrival my dinner guest and I were informed that our table was not ready but was offered a complementry drink from the bar while we waited. I chose the Pomegranate Margarita and was not disappointed with my choice. The flavor was clearly Pomegranate and did not have the characteristic tart margarita flavor you get with lesser quality margaritas. We were seated shortly afterwards, but not before I was able to take in the eclectic mix of patrons surrounding the bar. Because of it being restaurant week the menu was an extremely condensed version. The choices, however, were not lacking in variety. I chose for my appetizer the 13 ingredient tortilla soup. I was surprised on how well the flavors blended together but were still distinct from each other. This was one of the best tortilla soups I have eaten. My entree was the grilled salmon served over a mexican style vermicelli. The salmon was cooked to perfection, not dry but not under done either. The pasta was flavored with an coriander cumin tomato based sauce and was the perfect cup size portion. I did not have dessert but my companions who had joined me for dinner enjoyed their immensely especially the passion fruit cheesecake. The experience was wonderful and the wait staff was knowledgable and helpful. I recommend for a special occasion to give this restaurant a try. You will not be disappointed!

Pros: Margaritas and food

Cons: Very expensive for everday eating!

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My experience at Trece' began with a stunningly beautiful hostess named Britttany. She immediatly made my night with great conversation and an incredible smile. I had no reservation but she informed me that that was not a problem and sat me down promptly laying my napkin in my lap and presenting me with the menu. Let's just say that the server would have a hard act to follow. My server was quick and informative, very classy and helped me decide what would best suit me to eat. I had the Budin Azteca and it was amazing. After finishing my wonderful meal complete with wonderful service, I was on my way out and again was presented with great conversation from Brittany. She asked how my meal was, I said great, she then said that she hoped that I would return and I told her of course, and she then thanked me for coming in which is something that many restaurants have a hard time doing. So thank you Trece' for my wonderful experience and thank you Brittany the Hostess for making my night amazing with your beauty!

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★★★★★

My experience at Trece' began with a stunningly beautiful hostess named Britttany. She immediatly made my night with great conversation and an incredible smile. I had no reservation but she informed me that that was not a problem and sat me down promptly laying my napkin in my lap and presenting me with the menu. Let's just say that the server would have a hard act to follow. My server was quick and informative, very classy and helped me decide what would best suit me to eat. I had the Budin Azteca and it was amazing. After finishing my wonderful meal complete with wonderful service, I was on my way out and again was presented with great conversation from Brittany. She asked how my meal was, I said great, she then said that she hoped that I would return and I told her of course, and she then thanked me for coming in which is something that many restaurants have a hard time doing. So thank you Trece' for my wonderful experience and thank you Brittany the Hostess for making my night amazing with your beauty!

Pros: HOSTESS BRITTANY

Cons: NONE

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After living on the east coast for so long, I moved to Dallas two years ago. I had heard so much about the Mexican food in Dallas, but quite honestly I was very disappointed, as it was almost exclusively Tex-Mex. New York and Chicago had must higher quality Mexican food than Dallas. Not anymore! I dined at Trece on Travis Street last week and I thought I died and went to heaven. The food, atmosphere, service and design were as good as I ever experienced on the east coast. The flavors were robust and the menu offerings were creative, while still being authentic. The chef, I believe his name is Amador came over to our table and described several of his dishes and even recommended a few. My girlfriend and I took the chef's advise and we were not disappointed. His lobster nachos were to die for and his budin asteca was addicting. I cannot wait to go back for the budin asteca! Service was attentive considering the place was so busy.

Now that Dallas has one of the best Mexican restaurants in the country, I do not miss Chicago as much!

Graycon!

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★★★★★

After living on the east coast for so long, I moved to Dallas two years ago. I had heard so much about the Mexican food in Dallas, but quite honestly I was very disappointed, as it was almost exclusively Tex-Mex. New York and Chicago had must higher quality Mexican food than Dallas. Not anymore! I dined at Trece on Travis Street last week and I thought I died and went to heaven. The food, atmosphere, service and design were as good as I ever experienced on the east coast. The flavors were robust and the menu offerings were creative, while still being authentic. The chef, I believe his name is Amador came over to our table and described several of his dishes and even recommended a few. My girlfriend and I took the chef's advise and we were not disappointed. His lobster nachos were to die for and his budin asteca was addicting. I cannot wait to go back for the budin asteca! Service was attentive considering the place was so busy.

Now that Dallas has one of the best Mexican restaurants in the country, I do not miss Chicago as much!

Graycon!

Pros: Food, design, design and service

Cons: very busy restaurant

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We arrived on time for an 8:00 reservation. During our 1 hour and 15 minute wait we were told over and over that we were the next table to be seated. We watched as others walked out not willing to wait any longer for reservations that didn't make a difference. The hotesses were unprofessional and cared more about each other than taking care of customers. Once we were seated we were given free tequila shots that the manager told us "should improve our mood". What a crock. Oh ladies, don't go to the bathroom. Hold it until you get home. The doors open outward and someone had a bloody nose that evening from getting struck in the face with the bathroom door. The food was decent, nothing exceptional.

1
★★★☆☆

We arrived on time for an 8:00 reservation. During our 1 hour and 15 minute wait we were told over and over that we were the next table to be seated. We watched as others walked out not willing to wait any longer for reservations that didn't make a difference. The hotesses were unprofessional and cared more about each other than taking care of customers. Once we were seated we were given free tequila shots that the manager told us "should improve our mood". What a crock. Oh ladies, don't go to the bathroom. Hold it until you get home. The doors open outward and someone had a bloody nose that evening from getting struck in the face with the bathroom door. The food was decent, nothing exceptional.

Pros: wait staff was attentive

Cons: poor handling of reservations and seating

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We arrived around 5:45 PM on a Saturday Night. They have VALET which is great... We walked in and we did have a reservation for 3...The hostess were young and chewing gum..Not professional.. Very attractive..The bar is beautiful every tequilla made. The waiter was ok not very attentive.. They do offer you bottled water instead of regular water.. The food is way over priced for the entree you receive. Everything is sold ala cart.. They prepare your Guacomole at your table. That was one of the best things on the menu.
This will be a one time experience for us!!!!

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★★★★☆

We arrived around 5:45 PM on a Saturday Night. They have VALET which is great... We walked in and we did have a reservation for 3...The hostess were young and chewing gum..Not professional.. Very attractive..The bar is beautiful every tequilla made. The waiter was ok not very attentive.. They do offer you bottled water instead of regular water.. The food is way over priced for the entree you receive. Everything is sold ala cart.. They prepare your Guacomole at your table. That was one of the best things on the menu.
This will be a one time experience for us!!!!

Pros: Tequilla Bar

Cons: Over priced Food

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I called on Wednesday and made a reservation for 4 people at 7:30. We arrived a little early and had to wait a few minutes. We grabbed some drinks from the cute bartender and sat down in the bar. The frozen pomegranete margaritas were excellent. After 15 minutes we were seated in the dining room. We ordered the guacamole and the lobster nachos. The guacamole was the best I've ever had! There was enough to share with the other people at my table and the lobster nachos were to die for. The entrees came out and my beef tenderloin was cooked perfectly. The presenation was so impressive! My friends had the sea bass, the budin azteca and the shrimp skewer. Everone loved their food and thought the chef did a very impressive job. We didn't order any sides but we wished we had! The service was excellent, we had a cute little blond girl that seemed to know everything about the food. Overall, we really enjoyed ourselves and have already called to schedule our next reservation.

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★★★★★

I called on Wednesday and made a reservation for 4 people at 7:30. We arrived a little early and had to wait a few minutes. We grabbed some drinks from the cute bartender and sat down in the bar. The frozen pomegranete margaritas were excellent. After 15 minutes we were seated in the dining room. We ordered the guacamole and the lobster nachos. The guacamole was the best I've ever had! There was enough to share with the other people at my table and the lobster nachos were to die for. The entrees came out and my beef tenderloin was cooked perfectly. The presenation was so impressive! My friends had the sea bass, the budin azteca and the shrimp skewer. Everone loved their food and thought the chef did a very impressive job. We didn't order any sides but we wished we had! The service was excellent, we had a cute little blond girl that seemed to know everything about the food. Overall, we really enjoyed ourselves and have already called to schedule our next reservation.

Pros: The Service, The Bar, and the Amazing Food

Cons: Very Busy

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The service at Trece was the best we had ever received. Ive dined at many of the so called "fine dining " establishments in Dallas quite regularly and Trece knows how to please. The food is incredible, for my entree I had grilled skewers of tenderlion filet, chorizo, and fresh vegetables, simply amazing. Our server was very attentive and knowledgable. My girl friend loved the grilled Salmon served with fresh vegetables. I almost forgot the guacamole was the best we have had, they made it at our table, spicy just the way I like it, with fresh roasted veggies and avacados right off our table, very unique. You"ll never have guacamole quite like this, very fresh, and the homemade tortilla chips were perfect. The wine list had some really nice choices for very resonable prices. When you eat at Trece you must try the frozen pomehito. The restaurant seems to be the place to be in this trendy uptown location. Trece exceeded all expectations we had with 4 star service and an amazing, but very unique, menu. We have found our new favorite place to dine.

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★★★★★

The service at Trece was the best we had ever received. Ive dined at many of the so called "fine dining " establishments in Dallas quite regularly and Trece knows how to please. The food is incredible, for my entree I had grilled skewers of tenderlion filet, chorizo, and fresh vegetables, simply amazing. Our server was very attentive and knowledgable. My girl friend loved the grilled Salmon served with fresh vegetables. I almost forgot the guacamole was the best we have had, they made it at our table, spicy just the way I like it, with fresh roasted veggies and avacados right off our table, very unique. You"ll never have guacamole quite like this, very fresh, and the homemade tortilla chips were perfect. The wine list had some really nice choices for very resonable prices. When you eat at Trece you must try the frozen pomehito. The restaurant seems to be the place to be in this trendy uptown location. Trece exceeded all expectations we had with 4 star service and an amazing, but very unique, menu. We have found our new favorite place to dine.

Pros: The service and the food coupled with an amazing atmosphere.

Cons: Its busy.

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Everything you've come to expect from new restaurant in Dallas. We arrived a little early for our 8pm reservation for 4 to have a couple drinks at the bar. By 9pm, we learned that the 730 reservations had still not been seated. So, a couple of drinks turned into a $200 bar tab. At one point, I went outside to call other places to eat, and got a laugh when a crowd had gathered under an awning to do the very same thing. I've never seen an establishment make so many people mad in one night, and offer nothing to anyone except pretension.

The hostess was crabby, understandably, but offered nothing except a shrug, and hand in my face the first time we talked. Literally, she gave me the 'talk to the hand'.

At 10pm, the manager on duty finally got us seated. I was embarrassed for him. The man looked beaten.

The food is way overhyped. The lobster nachos taste like.. chips with beans and cheese. There's a morsel of lobster, and some silly jalapeno jelly. It offers no flavor, but does offer some color in an otherwise bland dish.

We ordered Halibut crusted with pumpkin seeds and got seabass instead. At least they substituted a good fish. The fish was prepared well, but the rice, and jicama slaw were terrible. The rice was overly sweet, and the slaw offered nothing I haven't had at KFC. Roasted vegetables purchased ala carte were the highlight of my meal, and even they were marginal. The carrot, peppers, squash, and zucchini seem to have all been cooked together. So, you get burned peppers, raw carrots, and mushy squash.

I give it an average rating, because sadly, it seems that all new restaurants in Dallas are following this pattern of underwhelming service, overpriced food, and snotty hosts. Avoid the guac at $11/person, and the $9 bottled water. Both are unfunny jokes. Go to Javier's.

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★★★☆☆

Everything you've come to expect from new restaurant in Dallas. We arrived a little early for our 8pm reservation for 4 to have a couple drinks at the bar. By 9pm, we learned that the 730 reservations had still not been seated. So, a couple of drinks turned into a $200 bar tab. At one point, I went outside to call other places to eat, and got a laugh when a crowd had gathered under an awning to do the very same thing. I've never seen an establishment make so many people mad in one night, and offer nothing to anyone except pretension.

The hostess was crabby, understandably, but offered nothing except a shrug, and hand in my face the first time we talked. Literally, she gave me the 'talk to the hand'.

At 10pm, the manager on duty finally got us seated. I was embarrassed for him. The man looked beaten.

The food is way overhyped. The lobster nachos taste like.. chips with beans and cheese. There's a morsel of lobster, and some silly jalapeno jelly. It offers no flavor, but does offer some color in an otherwise bland dish.

We ordered Halibut crusted with pumpkin seeds and got seabass instead. At least they substituted a good fish. The fish was prepared well, but the rice, and jicama slaw were terrible. The rice was overly sweet, and the slaw offered nothing I haven't had at KFC. Roasted vegetables purchased ala carte were the highlight of my meal, and even they were marginal. The carrot, peppers, squash, and zucchini seem to have all been cooked together. So, you get burned peppers, raw carrots, and mushy squash.

I give it an average rating, because sadly, it seems that all new restaurants in Dallas are following this pattern of underwhelming service, overpriced food, and snotty hosts. Avoid the guac at $11/person, and the $9 bottled water. Both are unfunny jokes. Go to Javier's.

Pros: You can get tequila served at 5 degrees, on tap.

Cons: Too many to list.

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Trece, I said to my friend "what is this placed that everyone is raving about"? Well, now I know. Some friends and I had to see what the hype was all about. The margaritas are among the best that I have ever tried, and the guac is phenomenal, not sure what the correct name for the dish I had from the menu chicken dish that was out of this world, the taste and show of the entree was beautiful, and delightful.

The lounge is filled with the some of the elite beautiful people in Dallas.

I have returned to Trece for the 5th time this month.

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★★★★★

Trece, I said to my friend "what is this placed that everyone is raving about"? Well, now I know. Some friends and I had to see what the hype was all about. The margaritas are among the best that I have ever tried, and the guac is phenomenal, not sure what the correct name for the dish I had from the menu chicken dish that was out of this world, the taste and show of the entree was beautiful, and delightful.

The lounge is filled with the some of the elite beautiful people in Dallas.

I have returned to Trece for the 5th time this month.

Pros: Service, food

Cons: Very crowded, but you will see why

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With much hyped anticipation, my wife & I went to trece to celebrate our anniversay. We were seated immediately in the main dining area. The bar and glass enclosed "patio" were packed witrh beautiful people. The dining room was about 3/4 full with a very diverse crowd. Our server was very knowledgable but the service itself was very disjointed with uncomfortable waits for drink orders and improper appetizers brought out to the table. I will say that the tableside guacamole is the best we have ever had anywhere!

My wife took the servers recommendation and ordered the Budin Azteca because she LOVED a similar dish at a restaurant in Winter Park Florida we ate at fresuently. She was VERY disappointed. The flavors were very blanc and the chicken was almost mushy. I ordered the filet & shrimp kabob (don't remember the menu name). Good flavor but I have a hard time believeing I was served tenderloin as it was very tough with gristle.

We went out to the patio for a drink afterwards. It was still packed with all the Dallas A-listers and hangers-on...definintely a great scene. We will keep this place in mind for Guac & 'ritas on the patio!

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★★★★☆

With much hyped anticipation, my wife & I went to trece to celebrate our anniversay. We were seated immediately in the main dining area. The bar and glass enclosed "patio" were packed witrh beautiful people. The dining room was about 3/4 full with a very diverse crowd. Our server was very knowledgable but the service itself was very disjointed with uncomfortable waits for drink orders and improper appetizers brought out to the table. I will say that the tableside guacamole is the best we have ever had anywhere!

My wife took the servers recommendation and ordered the Budin Azteca because she LOVED a similar dish at a restaurant in Winter Park Florida we ate at fresuently. She was VERY disappointed. The flavors were very blanc and the chicken was almost mushy. I ordered the filet & shrimp kabob (don't remember the menu name). Good flavor but I have a hard time believeing I was served tenderloin as it was very tough with gristle.

We went out to the patio for a drink afterwards. It was still packed with all the Dallas A-listers and hangers-on...definintely a great scene. We will keep this place in mind for Guac & 'ritas on the patio!

Pros: BEST EVER TABLESIDE GUACAMOLE

Cons: service sketchy, food inconsistent

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Who says the number 13 is unlucky? It's obviously not the case here where a tequila bar, upscale Nuevo Tex-Mex and stylish modern digs add up to a lucky 13. A hundred-plus tequilas are offered by the glass or in tasting flights. For those…

 

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