The Mansion Restaurant

New American done with French flair
Housed in what was once the home of a cotton magnate, The Mansion Restaurant has been a Dallas icon for more than 30 years. But it’s not known just for its rich history, the luxury restaurant is also admired for fabulous French-influenced cuisine. As a mainstay in this part of town, The Mansion Restaurant showcases both architecture and cuisine at its finest.

Recently, the lauded venue received a facelift that made the classic Dallas dining room a hot spot once again. Now a juxtaposition of contemporary furnishings and classic architecture, the restaurant’s honey-colored walls and lithe dark wood tables provide a warm atmosphere to savor executive chef Sebastien Archambault's creative cuisine.

Start with Texas beef tartar or roasted beet salad with dried cherry vinaigrette, followed by a main course of Maine lobster and sweet potato ravioli or wagyu ribeye with bourbon succotash, pickled mustard and salsa verde.
Our Inspector's Highlights
  • Through the ivory curtains just off the foyer of the restaurant is one of the most beautiful tables in the city: The chef’s table is perfect for a romantic dinner that neither of you will soon forget.
  • If it is a particularly beautiful Dallas evening, as it often is year round, you can enjoy the picturesque surroundings as you dine on the terrace. Surrounded by trees and lush scenery, it’s hard to believe that The Mansion Restaurant is in the middle of a buzzing city.
  • The Wine Cellar is a particularly romantic venue with its candle-lit ambiance filling the room as you savor each and every meal surrounded by some of the world’s best bottles of wine.
  • The comfortable lounge also has an extensive wine list, so you can prepare for what’s to come in the main dining room.
Things to Know
  • The Mansion Restaurant suggests a business casual dress code, and with a dining room as stunning as this Dallas delight, you'll want to dress to impress. 
  • As the signature restaurant of Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek, this Dallas eatery serves breakfast, lunch, dinner and a sumptuous weekend brunch.
The Food
  • Breakfast can be as sweet or as savory as your palate desires. Choose from classic selections such as eggs Benedict and smoked salmon, or go for indulgent treats like hazelnut brioche French toast. 
  • Lunch options make dining out mid-day a breeze. Start with a cup of The Mansion Restaurant's popular chicken tortilla soup before digging into crispy skin salmon with yellow grits or a 12-ounce ribeye with marble potatoes and shallot confit. 
  • Come dinnertime, dine on authentic Texas cuisine created with exceptional locally sourced ingredients and a French twist. Dishes might include gulf red snapper with tomato confit and grilled zucchini or rohan duck breast with butternut squash and kale gratin. 
The Bar
  • The Mansion Restaurant doesn’t just have a bar; it has a legendary bar. Attracting powerful Dallasites and hotel guests alike, The Mansion Bar exudes the air of a gentleman’s cigar lounge, but is welcoming enough that you can’t help but love it.
  • Smothered with dark wood and aptly colored cognac leather seating, a pre- or post-dinner drink in this bar is more than just your average cocktail.
  • There is no need to worry about going hungry; The Mansion Bar features its own bar menu with gourmet fare such as absolutely divine French fries and mini hamburgers.
  • With a grand piano tucked in the corner, this luxury Dallas hotel bar is the perfect place for entertainment. Hosting a variety of live musicians, you can catch some tunes before dinner.
Getting There
2821 Turtle Creek Boulevard, Dallas, Texas 75219
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