Landmark Restaurant - The Warwick Melrose Hotel Dallas
Head to The Landmark Restaurant and The Library, inside the Warwick Melrose Dallas, for sizzling new dishes and cocktails. The new seasonal menus will be offered for a limited time only and feature items that showcase the bold flavors of Texas
- Surfaces sanitized between seatings
- Common areas deep cleaned daily
- Digital, disposable or sanitized menu provided
- Sanitizer or wipes provided for customers
- Contactless payment available
- Sealed or wrapped utensils used
- Limited number of seated diners
- Distancing maintained in common areas
- Extra space between tables
- Waitstaff wear masks
- Diners must wear masks unless eating or drinking
- Sick staff prohibited in the workplace
Pleasantly surprised how good it was. Was extremely disappointed they canceled the Buffet this year and went to a pre-fixed 3 course plated meal. However, it was handled well, food was good, service was good and value was excellent.
Great breakfast after an overnight stay in the hotel, restaurant was empty we were the only guest there. Service was great, our waiter gave us the perfect amount of attention without hovering since we were his only table.
Great service in a beautiful environment. A secret jewel of Dallas.
The brunch menu on Open Table is completely inaccurate. There current brunch menu is basically the equivalent of a room service menu. Three out of five people order pancakes. They were horrible! They were suppose to be buttermilk pancakes but they were the texture of cake that had been over cooked and the batter was the color of a bran muffin. There was no amount of syrup that could make them edible. On a more positive note, the folks who ordered eggs were pleased so I guess that’s something. Regardless, at the very least it’s time to update the menu on Open Table.
Gene is the best!
Very pleasant environment. Food was good. We had breakfast for 6 and everyone was happy.
Prople and service are great, food is overpriced and just okay.
First off, despite staying the night and telling them I was having brunch on this day we get there and there's no brunch. We were told it's only on Sundays. No where is that indicated that it is solely on Sundays when I call they said it was Mother's Day brunch. Anyway, they need to make it clear. However, Sarah saved the day and got us breakfast. I was panicking and she was able to pull together a breakfast for us so we could still eat. ❤️ I do hope that they get back on their feet post-covid and back to great.
First time back since COVID so it was fairly empty.. about 5 tables occupied. Took my 93 year mother for Mother’s Day lunch. I had a reservation and had asked for a nice window table. When we entered, the woman at the reservation desk was totally unfriendly. When I told her I had a reservation and had requested a table by a window, of which there were several, she took us to a window table BY THE KITCHEN that looked out on an active construction site. The lighting for lunch was low and made the whole restaurant look dreary. Our waiter was pleasant, but seemed stressed and was sweating profusely. We sat for about 10 minutes before anyone acknowledged our existence. I’m not giving it a lower rating because my sweet mother, who has Alzheimer’s, thought it was all wonderful...and that’s all I really cared about. Probably won’t go back.
Fine if you are a hotel guest looking for a convenient bite, but not some place you'd want to go out of your way for. Indifferent (borderline hostile) service, strangely stiff, possibly frozen pancakes, valet parking that will make you wish you were sitting in traffic on the freeway instead.
The valet was rude and asked us to park our own cars while laughing at us. The valet also made inappropriate comments to my family with 5 children about our appearance and background claiming “here comes miss america” laughing at us and making snide remarks to my party of 11. We dress up for holidays so we were confused why we were profiled as “miss America” and treated like trash. Our reservation was an hour and a half behind upon arrival with no accommodations made. We had to eat at the bar area on banquet tables that the kind bar staff had to set up makeshift in the middle of the library bar. We were told we had a set menus as we did at thanksgiving and that was not true. I have had great experiences in the past but after this last visit we will never be visiting again. No manager came to apologize and we waited two hours with children. Absolutely disgusted.
Easter. Miss the Easter brunch buffet
Actually had to visit the Library Bar for service. I was cheerfully accommodated. The menu was somewhat limited but offered a good variety.. The hotel is especially an escape from the recent severe winter weather and continued issues in the area.
Due to weather issues breakfast was served instead of lunch. Under the circumstances that was fine. I was happy to be accommodated. The staff was very limited. Looking forward to coming back soon once things stabilize.
Came here for Christmas day brunch. We did not see the waiter until about 10 minutes after being sat. And they took a long time to bring, drinks, food and check. It was not busy so I'm not sure why it took so long. For the atmosphere and location we thought the brunch would be great. It was not good at all and even left my wife feeling sick. I would consider coming back to give lunch or dinner a chance but not very likely.
I love the Melrose Hotel and typically love the Landmark Restaurant. However, our experience on Thanksgiving Day was disappointing. They sat us at what was essentially a cocktail table by the doorway into the restaurant rather than seating us IN the restaurant. They weren't that busy so the definitely could have given us a better table. The service was also a bit off that day, and they need to have some soft music playing in the background. Music would definitely add to the ambiance. I will continue to go to the Melrose as frequently as I have in the past. This day was a anomaly, but the fact that it was such a special occasion made it all the more disappointing.
Made a reservation for 2:00 p.m. on my Birthday through Open Table. Arrived at 1:40 p.m, and it was closed. Melrose Hotel desk agent was a bit rude when we asked about it not being opened. I have always loved the landmark at the Melrose, but after this Incident I may not return. Do not know why the Landmark was still taking reservations through open table when they knew they would be closed.
One of our favourites in the area
The food was very good but you need to have some music playing in the restaurant try to make it more lively.
Pro: appetizer and dessert was great. Very nice room.
Con: room was cold, ordered MW steak, came out MR. Waiter was scarce so instead of trying to send it back switched steaks with husband. Waiter showed us what he wrote down...I NEVER eat MR-his lack of attention was the issue.
To be fair, the manager was very nice and comped dessert and drinks. And the restaurant had more than one large party. Would I go again? Yes.
Wait until the construction is done. The food was good but not amazing and the service was a little on the slow side. The acoustics in the restaurant are terrible and you can’t hear the person next to you but you can hear groups on the other side of the restaurant.
Great as always. A real DALLAS gem.
We had the pre-fix menu for Valentines day. I ordered the beef tenderloin and my husband got the Ahi Tuna. They were both very delicious. The dessert was amazing too.
We had high expectations and the food was actually pretty good... but the service was PAINFUL. The staff were friendly, but so poorly staffed and took an hour for entrés. For a former fine restaurant, our server had the knowledge and skill of a weak Denny's server. They made mistakes that were too many to count. Brought the wrong wine, had NO idea about the wine list and I had to get up and find someone 3-4 times because something was not right. We WATCHED 4 other groups of 4-6 people each DEPART before ordering because the server took so long to either A) Bring their drinks, or B) Greet them. >>>Management needs to start with a whole new staff. Really a shocking experience for a "nice hotel" and what was intended to be fine dining. Ouch!
Me and 7 coworkers chose this restaurant for some steak. When we arrived we found out that they only had certain menu options for Valentine’s Day. All of the options sounded amazing so we continued with ordering drinks and then our three course entrees. The service was impeccable. Everything was phenomenal. If your glass was half empty, an attendant would refill water immediately. They cleared plates once completed in such a timely fashion. The food itself was incredible. The steak perfectly cooked, sides were delicious and desserts were my favorite. Our whole team enjoyed this evening and the ambience. Thank you for an incredible night.
Great spot that we keep coming back to. Lives up to the billing.
SIMPLY AMAZING. Delicious and very great ambience.
Could use a little background music for ambiance. Service was great, cocktails were great. Food was the best part of the evening, but had a bit of a stale smell in the restaraunt.
I’ve had many great breakfast in the Landmark but this was the first time for dinner. Had Valentines dinner with my wife who was with me on a business trip.
The food was great and the service was impeccable.
Very elegant restaurant! Our server, Ombeni, was absolutely amazing! I had a dinner party for my birthday and everyone was impressed.
Good quality and service but nothing that would make me return. Perfect place if you need to have an intimate conversation.
Only 1 waiter working the dining room. Food was horrible and extremely overpriced. Service was poor because they were understaffed. Wouldn’t go back again.
We waited 1.25 hours for our first course— which was a prefix soup everyone in the restaurant had. Service was kind but incredibly slow— we even had to get up to get our own water at one point. Very disappointing, but hopefully just a very off night as we’ve been before and enjoyed it.
Pre fix menu was
Amazing holiday brunch - lots of choices and great service. The Melrose is a great way to spend any holiday at
Food was cold and over cooked for the most part... items were missing from the menu and not a petit four to be found
My family always enjoys attending the Christmas brunch at the Landmark Restaurant at the Warwick Hotel and this year was no exception. The food and atmosphere were perfect for a lovely afternoon. The service, however, was a little slow in the beginning, but it did improve as the meal progressed. Initial drink orders were slow to be taken and we had to find a server to take care of a late-arriving guest. But this certainly will not keep us from returning.
The restaurant is nice , but the whole purpose of going was to get an good tasty meal. Not impress
Landmark Restaurant - The Warwick Melrose Hotel Dallas offers takeout which you can order by calling the restaurant at (214) 224-3152.
Landmark Restaurant - The Warwick Melrose Hotel Dallas is rated 4.5 stars by 643 OpenTable diners.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment.