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McKinney Restaurants

Water Grill - DallasWater Grill - Dallas
625 reviews
Seafood | McKinney, Dallas Suburbs

Beautiful interior. Great menu of seafood and shellfish. I will definitely return, but wish the selection of red wine by the glass was better. Seems like they only have California reds. I prefer European reds due to lower sulfite, sugar and alcohol content. More

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Sugarbacon Proper KitchenSugarbacon Proper Kitchen
208 reviews
American | McKinney, Dallas Suburbs

I had brunch with family members that I haven’t seen since I was a child. They just moved to the North Dallas area and SugarBacon was a great halfway point for all of us. We’ll definitely be returning to this restaurant. More

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Eclair BistroEclair Bistro
398 reviews
Contemporary American | McKinney, Dallas Suburbs

The food was delicious and the service impeccable! Our server Camille was attentive and informative. The lamb and the salmon were both cooked perfectly. We will be back! More

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Cane Rosso - AllenCane Rosso - Allen
96 reviews
Pizzeria | McKinney, Dallas Suburbs

Excellent food as usual. Only suggestion is to offer more California red wine. More

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Discover McKinney

McKinney manages to fuse big-city amenities with small-town kindness, making it a must-visit destination for business and leisure alike. As you'd expect, mouthwatering Texas-style barbecue is available in abundance from both locally owned and national establishments. Similarly, seafood and Tex-Mex eateries impress with their authentic and great-tasting offerings. But where McKinney really manages to set itself apart is in the area of Cajun cuisine. Authentic Cajun restaurants offer fantastic meals, from seafood gumbo to a fried oyster po'boy sandwich. These diverse options come together to create a phenomenal restaurant scene that’s worth a taste. McKinney visitors should make an effort to try any barbecue variation and authentic, spicy jambalaya!