Members of the city’s dining/drinking glitterati consider Dragonfly a stable mirage of sorts. Its menu changes seasonally, but the vibe and eclectic crowd it draws remains the same.
Dragonfly offers two main dining areas as well as the outdoor ‘urban oasis’ or, as common folk call it -- the pool. Deciding where to enjoy Chef Grant Morgan's new spring menu is the most daunting choice diners face. Choosing what to eat is simple, since it’s all quite good.
Standout entrees are the seared sea scallops cooked in a butter bath, ginger beef tenderloin, free range antelope, pheasant breast, grilled Opah and Loup de Mer.
The ultimate in Dallas patios, Wednesday nights are the night to try the new menu because some items are half-off.
“Neighborhood Night” is on Thursdays, when guests can enjoy beer, wine, well drinks and chef-selected appetizers from the Dragonfly menu, each for $5. There’s a DJ on Thursday nights, too.