Reintroducing The French Room

The ornate and historic restaurant in Dallas is reopening its doors after a thoughtful renovation

by Editors of DuJour | December 21, 2017 11:00 am

The French Room[1], the Adolphus Hotel’s venerable restaurant, reclaims its spot as a crown jewel of Dallas dining. Shuttered in June 2016 for an extensive facelift, the elegant space glows with creamy Venetian plaster, gold leaf accents, twin Murano glass chandeliers and a green marble floor. Taste three, seven or 15 courses by Daniel Boulud veteran Michael Ehlert, who modeled the cuisine after foundational French chef Auguste Escoffier. It’s all part of a massive renovation of the 1912 Beaux Arts building on Commerce Street, a block from Neiman Marcus.

Written by Editors of DuJour

Endnotes:
  1. The French Room: http://www.adolphus.com/the-french-room/

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