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About Landmark Restaurant - The Warwick Melrose Hotel Dallas
The Landmark Restaurant, a long time Dallas icon, celebrates Warwick Melrose Dallas' long history by fusing a fresh and modern approach with classic American favorites for breakfast, lunch, dinner and private parties. Chef McElroy has created a modern, Nouveau-Americana menu for guests to enjoy in both The Landmark Restaurant and The Library. Guests will experience a variety of new choices on breakfast, lunch and dinner menus that speak to both ladies who lunch and gentlemen in search of an entrée of Texas-style proportions.
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
Dallas, TX 75219
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 6:30am - 11:00am, Saturday & Sunday: 7:00am - 11:00am; Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 2:00pm; Dinner: Monday - Saturday: 6:00pm - 10:00pm; Sunday Brunch: 11:00am - 2:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Valet is Complimentary for all Guests of The Landmark Restaurant
Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Landmark Restaurant - The Warwick Melrose Hotel Dallas Ratings and Reviews
We went for Valentine's Day Dinner. The food was surprisingly very good. The service was surprisingly horrible. All I can guess is the flu wiped out their entire wait staff because they had people serving they did not even work in the restaurant. It appeared they had about 3 waiters for 25-30 tables. We had to flag down someone to take our order, to get a wine list, to get a bottle of wine (something you think they would want to push). We got out bottle of wine and second after our second course, which arrived before the forgotten first course. Finally, after being at the table for 2 hours and 21 minutes I was able to get a waiter to come to our table to let them know they obviously forgot our entrees. The meal finally ended 3:10 after being seated. But it could have been worse, another table had been there for 30 minutes longer and was leaving just behind us. Food was very good especially for the price. Sadly, the landmark dropped it badly on the service.
The place was almost empty, which is not a very good sign. The food did not impress in the least. Lobster mac& cheese was greasy, had an overpowering, unidentifiable flavor, and the bits of lobster were tough and fishy. Service was good. Could’ve been a nice dinner if the entrees were a lot better. Not worth the money and effort to get there.
They were out of three of the first four wines we selected during a wine tasting event. These wines were on their regular menu. One should not run out of things that are printed on the menu especially during a winetasting event. If they had had more foresite they would have featured the wines at the tasting event.
My kids and I visited the Landmark for the brunch buffet Christmas Day. The reviews that I read online gave it high marks, and it did not disappoint. The variety of foods was impressive and everything tasted delicious! The servers were friendly and prompt. The live piano Christmas music added to the already festive atmosphere.
We had not been in the landmark for sometime and were looking forward to return. It was Christmas Eve. We were seated on time and promptly greeted by our waiter. Since it was a Sunday night, a fixed menu was offered, lobster tail or tenderloin. The presentation was pleasing to the eye, hot and delicious. We look forward to our next visit.
Were a little short staffed on our Sunday morning for brunch. Had reservations, but still needed to wait about 10 minutes to be sat. Then another 10 minutes to be approached by our waiter. Food was good though, and service was nice. Just needed some help this particular morning.
We dropped our son off at college and found the restaurant on Open Table. There were only two other tables eating with us so the service was great. The food very good. On the way out we stopped in The Library, the bar attached to the hotel. The live music was playing and the place was crowded.
We went to celebrate our ninth wedding anniversary as well as our guests were celebrating their one month anniversary of getting married.
We just happened to dine during DFW Restaurant Week. The menu was fantastic. Lobster Thermador, Beef Fillet and a Lamb Shank. Everyone truly enjoyed their meals. Dessert was great, also. We also support the North Texas Food Bank, so the coincidence was greatly appreciated.
Years ago, my wife and I went to the Landmark for dates, and then special occasions with our family. It was wonderful. But our recent visit was different; we really miss the white tablecloths, the grand drapes, the exceptional service, and other touches that made it feel special. Still a good meal, but not quite the place it used to be.
We made a Mother's Day reservation for 4 for Mother's Day through Open Table, which the restaurant called back to confirm. We then increased the reservation to 7 with no problem. Everyone at the restaurant, including the telephone operator, the check-in hostess, and all of the waitstaff, were genuinely friendly. The quality, variety and abundance of food provided for our brunch was very good; it was nicely displayed and refreshed often. We were not rushed, and had ample time to enjoy our morning together in their beautiful, elegant facility. Highly recommend.
The Warwick Melrose Hotel Easter Buffet seems to get smaller every year. Some of the food was very good; but, much of it was mediocre. They never have fresh rolls; always at least a day old and it is evident in the taste and texture of all their breads. The "Landmark Butter" whipped with granulated sugar is just too much; please give us back REAL butter and make the Breads and Rolls FRESH, early morning of the Holiday. DAY OLD BREAD is NEVER sold in stores; but, given away to the poor and starving. At a cost of $70.00 per person, plus the automatic added 20% tip for a waitress that was the only one in the Library Room and the taxes; a bill of almost $200.00 does seem a bit ridiculous for 2 individuals that just want to dress up pretty for Easter!
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