The Harwood District and Harwood Hospitality Group have taken a different approach to painstakingly create their own beautifully developed beef program properly named, HWD – Harwood Premium Beef, using the whole animal for zero waste.
Offering Dallas diners and visitors alike something very special, ownership and the Harwood culinary team led by Vice President of Culinary, Chef Taylor Kearney, have been working alongside a local rancher for two years to develop an ultra-high-end product of Akaushi bloodline breed of cattle.
Fig & Favor, the local market concept from the Harwood Hospitality Group (HHG), is set to open to the public this springat 2850 N. Harwood St., Suite 110, Dallas, TX 75201 in the Harwood District. This marks HHG’s twelfth concept and adds to its portfolio of culinary experiences within the District.
Curated by Harwood Hospitality Group’s Vice President of Culinary Taylor Kearney and Vice Presidentof Hospitality Warren Richards, the market features daily essentials, gifts, gelato, meals on the go, and an impressive wine program.
Saint Ann Restaurant & Bar, originally opened in the Harwood District in 2010, will reopen on Wednesday, March 10 in a newly renovated space with a refreshing menu influenced by the Pacific Northwest and seasonal Texas ingredients under the direction of revered Dallas chef Taylor Kearney.
The all-new Saint Ann Restaurant & Bar renovations by Harwood International’s HDF and HCMS blend inspiration from the concept’s history, wine country, and contemporary culinary principles to offer a casual chic, garden-inspired indoor and patio dining experience.
Opening officially on Monday, December 7 for dinner, drinks, and late-night seven days a week with brunch offered on weekends, Harwood Hospitality Group’s latest creation, Harwood Arms, transports guests to a world inspired by the British Isles. Tucked away in the Harwood District on La Rue Perdue at 2850 N. Harwood St., the concept features a regionally inspired menu of pub fare paired with clever cocktails and a broad whiskey list including a private select blend made exclusively for the brand.
Happiest Hour, one of Dallas’ most popular destinations, is reopening their doors as a food-forward restaurant on Monday, November 16 with redeveloped menus created by new Executive Chef, Molly Winkler running the kitchen with front of house managed by Jillian Clark.
Accompanied by a noteworthy beverage program featuring signature cocktails, wines on tap, and a large beer selection, Happiest Hour places an emphasis on food now more than ever.
For Dallas diners looking to feel transported to France, Mercat Bistro, the Parisian-inspired bistro nestled in the Harwood District, is now offering weekend brunch every Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The authentically appointed restaurant also features new weekday breakfast and lunch menus all created by Mercat Bistro’s Executive Chef, Taylor Kearney, an award-winning chef who is well-versed in French cuisine.