If we eat with our eyes first, then your eyes are going to have a feast looking at Robb Report’s .
The list covers restaurants that opened in 2019 and contains just one Texas spot: Georgie by Curtis Stone, the high-end steakhouse near Highland Park.
The restaurant comes from Australian chef Curtis Stone and Dallas restaurateur Stephan Courseau. Georgie is a new restaurant with old-school glam, described by Robb Report as “an art deco Hollywood dream of yesteryear.” It’s Stone’s first restaurant outside of Los Angeles and is inspired by his restaurant Gwen, located on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood. GRT Architects in New York City designed the restaurant
Georgie opened Nov. 18 near Knox-Henderson in Dallas, and from the start it became known for its $390 steak, which we confirmed is the . (After ordering, diners also get to choose their own steak knife, a fun perk.)
Georgie serves a bone-in rib-eye, dry aged 30 days.(Ben Torres / Special Contributor)
The dining room is washed in earth tones, with curvy booths offering pops of orange throughout the 100-seat place. Behind the dining room, the expansive kitchen is partially visible behind a scrim. Executive chef Toby Archibald — and, occasionally, Stone — can be spotted cooking back there.
Our former critic called Georgie “an ambitious, fascinating experiment” at its opening. It was one of the highest-profile restaurants of fall-winter 2019 in Dallas.
Other beautiful restaurants on Robb Report’s list include Jean-Georges in Philadelphia; Justine in New Orleans; and Canary Club in New York.
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'Robb Report' says Georgie at Knox-Henderson is one of the most beautiful new restaurants of 2019. That's high praise: It was one of just 11 restaurants in the United States on their list.(Ben Torres / Special Contributor)