You want a place to party, but you don’t want it to be your place. Many Dallas restaurants offer spaces or rooms to host group meetings or parties, but a few actually create intimate, fun atmospheres designed to make you the hostess with the mostest.
Javier’s offers three private options, including an interesting L-shaped room that accommodates up to 25 people. The Mexico City-style restaurant also has a cozy, ornate space that seats a maximum of 10.
Want to wine with your sushi? Nobu Dallas rents their opulent wine room on the lower level of the restaurant for groups of up to 24. They’ll even create a private sushi bar for your guests.
Looking for real Southern charm? Lisa Garza of Sissy’s Southern Kitchen has a secret, private parlor room behind the main dining room. Stepping into the dark-walled room filled with antique couches and wingback chairs is like stepping back in time. Garza also rents the screened-in porch for more casual soirées.
Arthur’s Prime Steaks and Seafood has been in business for more than 60 years. The intimate Addison restaurant is known for its exotic fish tanks, live music, and late-night bar scene. But did you know they have a dining den with a fireplace that seats up to 30 people? Well, now you do.