Fresh Renovations to Al Biernat’s North Bring Elevated Atmosphere 

Dallasites know and love Al Biernat’s for their outstanding menu, service, and environment, and the experience continues to become more impressive. Al Biernat’s North has unveiled stunning renovations to their indoor and outdoor dining areas, guaranteed to elevate any business meeting, girls’ night out, date night, or weekend brunch.

The demand for outdoor seating and the success of the patio space at the Oak Lawn location fueled the idea for the patio addition, which includes ten tables to seat up to 30 guests. The brand-new space is covered by a beautiful steel and cedar pergola, perfect for any weather. The patio can be accessed from the main entrance or through the OWL Room, another newly renovated space at the location.

Previously called the Garden Room, the OWL Room isalounge-like space for regular and private dining decorated with green leather booths, caviar black wood-paneled walls, and a black and white encaustic tile. Named after neighboring business O’Neil Wysocki Law firm, the OWL Room was updated to accompany the warm and modern feel of Al Biernat’s North. The room seats 48 guests for both regular and private dining, and the elevated space is equipped with a projector and screen for presentations to meet any event needs.

“We named the room after the firm to honor the strong business relationship we have with them. Someone from the company is dining at our restaurant nearly daily. In addition, since we opened four years ago, Michael Wysocki has hosted a networking event the last Thursday of each month at our restaurant for attorneys,” Brad Fuller, Director of Operations at Al Biernat’s, explains. “Both of our businesses have seen such great success here, and we are lucky to have them as such great neighbors and friends.” 

To reserve one of the newly renovated spaces, or any of the location’s several other private dining options, call the North location at 972.239.3400, or visit

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