St. Pete’s Dancing Marlin is a Dallas landmark. Walk inside and feel the sun shine across hardwood floors and vintage memorabilia. A multitude of swordfish and other creatures of the deep adorn the walls. Large enough to accommodate 200, St. Pete’s is also warm, comfortable, intimate and chock full of atmosphere. It’s a classic bar in a classic location — Dallas’ historic Deep Ellum on the edge of downtown. The menu has what founder Pete Zotos calls “”honest food””: deliciously juicy burgers served with heaping fries, fresh, crisp salads and full seafood and pasta entrees with plenty to share. The famous Dancing Tuna Steak Sandwich keeps neighborhood clients coming back, while the patio is a perfect place for the accidental tourist to sit, sip and people-watch the day away. It’s the kind of place where “”everybody knows your name.”” What’s not to like?