Restaurants + Hotels
The Meyerson is centrally located to many popular Downtown and Uptown eating establishments at all price ranges!
DINING AT THE MEYERSON
PLEASE NOTE THAT SEATING IS CURRENTLY EXTREMELY LIMITED AND RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED. Opus offers a fine dining buffet experience before each Dallas Symphony concert. Executive Chef Tim Semenuk creates a menu each week that entices the taste buds. Indulge in the bountiful buffet before evening performances, or enjoy Sunday brunch before the matinee. Opus is located in the Meyerson’s West Lobby overlooking the Betty B. Marcus Park.
Allegro is currently closed for all performances. Discover the world’s finest cuisines with the Allegro buffet. Each week, Chef Tim presents highlights from destinations around the globe, from rustic Italian fare to trendy American favorites. Additional offerings include soups, salads, and light desserts. Enjoy a pre-concert dinner in a more casual atmosphere.
Reservations are currently required and are available only to ticket holders, please call 214.981.2943. You can view the limited menu for Christmas Pops here.
Restaurant Options Near the Meyerson
We recommend the following restaurants for your pre or post-concert meal, or for any meal!
The ARTISAN is Casual – While their Cuisine is artistically presented in a modern space on the Texas Sculpture walk, The ARTISAN’s Market-Style service allows guests to stop in and pick up breakfast, lunch or a variety of prepared entrees and snacks with fast and efficient service. No need for reservations. Just stop in and explore a variety of chef-prepared menus and grab-n-go selections to be enjoyed at their space or yours.
2330 Flora St, Suite 200, Dallas, TX I 214.552.2796
You’re a part of the family when you dine at Ellie’s, a restaurant inspired by dining traditions that harmoniously balances an art-filled, modern aesthetic with great food and genuine hospitality at every table. Our seasonal American cuisine is refined yet approachable, staying true to our namesake Ellie Hall, an artist and mother who emanated elegance and warmth with a fondness for lively conversation and friendly informality. The menu draws from her family’s diverse heritage and traditions and results in uniquely tasteful interpretations in every dish.
1717 Leonard Street, Dallas, Texas 75201 | 972.629.0924
Musume offers contemporary Asian cuisine and fabulous sushi in the heart of downtown Dallas within the Hall Arts district. Musume, which translates into "Daughter" in Japanese is from Rock Libations restaurant group. Open for lunch and dinner, Musume also features the state's largest premium sake program with over 125 selections including sake on tap.
2330 Flora Street, Dallas, Texas 75201 | 214.871.8883
The Playwright is our city’s newest Irish pub, offering hundreds of whiskeys, wide selection of beers on tap and foods you can only find in an Irish pub. It’s making the Arts District the best place to get dishes such as shepherd’s pie, bangers and mash, and Guinness ice cream — all made in-house. And it is a place where, truly, everybody knows your name.
1722 Routh Street, Dallas, Texas 75201 | 972.707.7589
The stylish Japanese restaurant specializes in freshly made soba noodle dishes, served hot or cold in soups or with dipping sauces. The restaurant is owned by Teiichi Sakurai, well-known as the founder of Teppo(1995) and Tei Tei(1998). Teiichi opened Tei-An in 2008.
Soba is a thin Japanese noodle made from buckwheat flour – there are only 5 in the country which prepares fresh noodle on the premises. Tei-An wants you to experience a touch of Tokyo in the middle of Dallas: "modern Tokyo" mixing rich wood, concrete, stone, steel and glass. The best seats in the house are at the dining room’s soba counter that wraps the stone garden.
1722 Routh Street, Suite 110 Dallas, Texas 75201 | 214.220.2828
Located in the spectacular Dallas Arts District—the largest contiguous arts district in the country – HALL Arts Hotel embodies the vibrancy and culture that define this international artistic destination. Just steps away from Pritzker Prize-winning architecture, exceptional artwork of every kind, and the area’s renowned restaurants—the hotel enjoys a special relationship with this one-of-a-kind neighborhood. We are not just a part of the District, we are an extension of it, generously supporting its cultural institutions, opening our art-filled spaces for all to enjoy, and reflecting all of its sophistication and worldliness.
The AAA Five-Diamond hotel is home to the award winning 12,000 square-foot Ritz-Carlton Spa and Fearing's Restaurant - the creation of beloved Texas chef Dean Fearing. The Ritz-Carlton Club Level redefines the luxury hotel experience, bringing private access, a dedicated concierge service and continuous complimentary culinary offerings throughout the day.
Situated in the heart of a vibrant Arts District, Dallas Marriott City Center is the ideal home base for exploring the sights and sounds of the city. Upon arrival, you'll discover the dynamic décor and polished furniture surrounding our hotel lobby, home to a contemporary on-site restaurant, Centric Bar & Grille.
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