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The French Room Bar Returns With a Provisional Spring Experience

After a 2 year hiatus, The Adolphus announces the long-awaited return of The French Room Bar with a provisionary experience, Bar Lilly

The French Room Bar is now adorned in an abundance of flowers and whimsical décor, and is open now through the end of July. 

The Bar Lilly experience was inspired by the beer baroness herself, Lilly Anheuser, who was the wife of Adolphus Busch, the co-founder of The Adolphus who built the hotel as a passion project in the early 20th century. 

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High Tea at the Adolphus: Lunar New Year Celebration

In celebration of Lunar New Year, The French Room at The Adolphus will feature a limited time high tea menu featuring a dim-sum inspired savory course and traditional pastries with East Asian flavors.

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Dallas Restaurants That Have A Beautiful Patina And A Spark Of History

prince4by Steven Doyle

Generations have celebrated certain restaurants in Dallas, enjoying the cuisine that made Dallas strong and certainly has given it character. Today we pay homage to a select handful of these Dallas classics and hope you will continue to enjoy them as time honors them with continued success.

I recall some old favorites including  Zeider Zee, The Beefeater, Prince of Burgers and Southern Kitchen. Perhaps you have some memories of restaurants that come to mind.
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Top 5 Chandeliers in Dallas

by Steven Doyle     Photos by Robert Bostick

I have been noticing a few cool things happening while casually looking about in restaurants both old and new. This first happened while dining at Dallas’ latest wunderkind Lucia owned by Jennifer and David Uygur. Shortly after that happenstance I saw it again while getting my nosh-on at another fairly new restaurant, Crossroads Diner. Continue reading


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