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About CBD Provisions
CBD Provisions is a Modern Texas Brasserie located in the heart of historic downtown Dallas adjacent to The Joule. The restaurant celebrates the natural bounty and culinary traditions of Texas with a contemporary point of view, a commitment to local and sustainable sourcing, and a passion for making things in house with expert technique and superb ingredients. The cocktail program – created and overseen by acclaimed bartenders Chad Solomon and Christy Pope – features updated classics with a regional spirit, while the wine list emphasizes outstanding small producers from Texas, California and France. Fittingly, the beer program showcases the best achievements of the burgeoning craft brewing community in Dallas-Fort Worth. The interiors of CBD Provisions, designed by Claudia Woods, set the stage for the warm and social character of a big city brasserie with historic brick walls, salvaged wood floors, sumptuous leather banquettes, a fully exhibited kitchen, and of course a great bar.
Dallas, TX 75201
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast (Monday-Friday) 7am until 11am
Breakfast (Saturday-Sunday) 7am-10am
Lunch (Monday-Friday) 11am until 3pm
Brunch (Saturday-Sunday) 10am until 3pm
In Between Menu (Monday-Sunday) 3pm-5pm
Dinner (Monday-Thursday) 5pm until 10pm
Dinner (Friday-Saturday) 5pm until 11am
Dinner (Sunday) 5pm-9pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Complimentary valet parking is available directly in front of CBD Provisions on Main Street.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Weekend Brunch, Wine
CBD Provisions Ratings and Reviews
The interior is very cool and rustic-chic, but all the hard surfaces make for a noisy restaurant. I was there for brunch and our server was quite friendly, and my food (Duck Hash) was fantastic. However, the bloody Mary I ordered took about 20 minutes to arrive (I was halfway done with my meal and assumed they'd forgotten about the drink entirely) and wasn't very good, to boot. Considering what we got, the meal was a bit overpriced--especially the drinks. $5 for plain coffee and $12 for a bloody Mary of which I only finished half.
Not impressed. They confirmed our reservation twice before our group arrived and then acted surprised to see us. They had us wait while they seated two other tables that showed up after we did, so they could set our table up. What? Our group was well dressed, better than most other diners. Portions were quite small, prices were inflated. Waiter was good. Many other choices in Big D to go to before going back to CBD.
The restaurant is great. The food was outstanding. We had a 7:30p.m. reservation on Open Table, but we had a 40-minute wait due to a "glitch on Open Table," according to the restaurant host. Open Table exists to eliminate 40-minute waits. I hope Open Table will look into this. Thank you.
Food and atmosphere was great! Our server was good, but it took an hour and 10 min. to get a standard burger and fries off the menu...no customization. I had to ask for it a couple of time and they comped me a glass of wine, but that was it. Not sure what happened.
Joy was our server and she was AWESOME!! She is probably the reason what made this place so great! Don’t get me wrong the food was amazing but having someone like Joy help us through the menu and wait us on the way she did made CBD provisions a 5 star rating.
Overly thought dishes and poorly executed - something seems to be wrong with each of the ones we ordered. For example, the tuna tartare uses a fantastic raw ingredient but is covered in a salty sauce that removes the delicate ness of the fish. Everything is covered in something that masks the identity of the source ingredien. Not a memorable service but a nice ambience.
I normally enjoy CBD, however this time dinner was different. The menu had a braised lamb shank with cashews. It came out with peanuts. Seems like a slight difference but if I had a peanut allergy, it would have been a big problem. (Also, i hate peanuts) Seems like expo is missing things that are wrong before the dish leaves the window. The server apologized and asked if i had a peanut allergy only after I mentioned how the dish was made incorrectly. She confessed that she thought the nuts looked a little strange. Hmmm. So how many people missed this error or choose to ignore it? No apology from the chef, etc. It just makes me wonder if the attention to detail promised in every dish is no longer being honored.
We were staying in downtown Dallas and wanted a place we could walk to-and not deal with driving with traffic and construction in the area.
Concierge gave us names of several
places, and after reviewing menus and notes, decided to try CBD Provisions.
Seated promptly-even though we arrived before reservation time.
Waitress was very good-knew menu and responded when needed without being intrusive.
We started with the charcuterie platter. It was probably one of the best we have had. Good meats and cheeses, great toasted flatbread. Generous proportions.
I had the heirloom tomatoe salad-some of the best tomatoes I've had in a long time.
Partner had the kale salad-also excellent.
We shared a family style rib steak for 2, and added the roasted cauliflower. We didn't realize that the steak came with roasted red potatoes. Lots of food!
The steak was amazing. Never had a rib steak before-slab of meat cut off 4 ribs. Meaty, tender and delicious. The meat is prepared Sous Vide, so there are no options for rare-well done. Ours was said to be Med rare-and perfectly done.
We each had a specialty cocktail, then a glass of wine with our dinner. Specialty cocktail I had was great (Garden party).
Wine list by the glass is very good and has many options.
Can't wait to come back!
This has been on my "list" of places to try for some time. Finally made it out here and it was better than I had hoped. This place is now on my Dallas Favs! We ordered every small plate to dine more tapas style. They were all excellent with the stand outs being the cheese board, sticky ribs and beef tartare. Don't let that fool you all the others were very good too. I would do it again tonight. Ambiance is awesome, good drinks/wine/beer list. Can't wait to go back for a family style feast and do pork head carnitas, steak and sides! Or one of the main dishes I watched all the people around us get that looked divine. We will be back and I suggest you try it if you haven't.
We went to CBD Provisions for a date/dinner on a recent trip to Dallas. We were very pleased with our experience. The food was really tasty and I would really like to commend our waitress, Joy, for her awesome recommendations and great service. While the food was really good, I will say that Joy made our experience AMAZING! She was dealing with a really loud and ruse table next to us, but she handled them perfectly and was still able to give us, and her other diners, the attention necessary for a nice restaurant like CBD provisions. I would definitely go back and request we be put in Joy's section!
The coffee was wonderful and I would return for that.
The "veggie omelet" ... well, was not so veggie. I believe a meat lover made it. A 3-4 egg omelet was wrapped around about 2 grape sized sautéed tomatoes and 2 leafs of spinach. I left with the impression that the restaurant had a deeper interest in appealing to meat lovers so if I do return, it will be for coffee.
Service was completely off. We had RSVP at 7.30pm but arrived early and were seated at the bar and ordered appetizers and drinks, our drinks arrived timely but we did we did not get our appetizers until we were seated at our table which was over one hour. It finally made it to the table (not the bar) it was good but we could not understand the wait over one hour for a charcuterie plate. We finally made it out of the restaurant after 3+ hours without dessert.
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