Friendly, great staff, even greater food..
I am new to Dallas and have not had an opportunity to visit many restaurants.I went to Sevy's about a month ago for a company dinner. The service, food, wine all were excellent. I am so impressed that I will be bringing my wife to Sevy's for dinner soon. The waitstaff did a great job getting meals out to the 11 people at the dinner in a timely manner so that everyone ate at the same time.
OK, I'm a regular at Sevy's. Great place. I've had probably everything on the menu by now and have never had a meal that was less than excellent. The service is great, to. And Sevy is there to watch over stuff (he's a real nice guy). My wife and I sometimes come here just to have a glass of wine at the bar. The bartenders are the best - always there and they have a great memory for their regulars. There is ALWAYS someone interesting at the bar there - this is something you'll have to experience for yourself.
A soothing ambience, creative touches and high-quality food makes this New American gem a top find in North Dallas.. The Scene Tawny paper-like lanterns, low overhanging wood beams and the amber glow from behind the bar creates a warm, earthy, Japanese feel. French doors shelter up to 40 guests in a private side dining room. Outside, guests can choose from not one, but two, covered patios, and can pass the time between courses loitering on the putting green.
The Food The goat cheese crostini are as simple, with diced roma tomatoes and fresh shredded basil sitting atop fresh goat cheese and hot, garlicky toasts. The spinach and five-grain salad mixes warm kashi, barley and other nutty morsels with red cabbage, arugula, spinach and buttermilk blue cheese. The citrus chicken is juicy and lemony, but the zesty Gulf snapper is the true lemon-lover's delight. Served with decadently creamy orzo and wilted spinach, it picks up notes of red-pepper puree and balsamico while retaining its citrusy pep.