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About LAW at Four Seasons Dallas
LAW features bold fare using the finest ingredients and is inspired by the flavors of Texas. The restaurant, which stands for Land, Air and Water, offers a robust menu that includes game, meats, poultry and fish prepared with a Texas twist. Situated in the lobby of the prestigious Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas, the restaurant, a fun yet sophisticated Texas chic environment, is open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch, dinner, as well as Sunday brunch.
Irving, TX 75038
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Saturday: 11:00am - 3:00pm; Dinner: Monday - Sunday: 6:00pm - 10:00pm; Brunch: Sunday: 11:00am - 2:30pm; Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 6:30am - 11:30am, Saturday - Sunday: 7:00am - 11:00am
Byron Nelson Way
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Complimentary Valet Parking is available for LAW patrons. Self parking is also available.
Taxi service is available at the Four Seasons for LAW patrons.Limousine service is available through the Four Seasons Concierge desk. Public Transit stops are not recommended due to walking distance exceeding ½ mile.
Banquet, Beer, Chef's Table, Cocktails, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wine
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Land, air and water (LAW) come together on a menu inspired by the favors of Texas in a sophisticated yet fun environment. LAW offers an array of options for unique dining experiences – a social event, anniversary or birthday celebration, business gathering or just a great meal with friends.
LAW at Four Seasons Dallas Ratings and Reviews
Ate here for our anniversary and younger daughter’s birthday.
We ordered the Ribeye, N.Y. Strip, Salmon and 3 sides. Everything was cooked to perfection and tasted great.
For dessert the chef created two different plates with an assortment of cookies, fruit and mini cakes. Unreal presentation.
The Intercontinental can do better!
We have stayed in the hotel before and eaten in the restaurant and had good results.
The Thanksgiving buffet was a major disappointment for both of us... the serving staff would get all 5 stars but the food was a let down....the main's were under cooked and over cooked...they must have been short handed on staff in the kitchen...the scalloped potatoes were like mashed potatoes, the turkey dressing was runny, the roots mushy and over cooked...meats were lower quality than one would expect at 125/per person.
Having to walk thru the restaurant entry to the buffet line was odd and uncomfortable.
We wont be back again for holidays
We shared the cowboy ribeye it was flavorful but not as tender as we had expected. Everything else was wonderful ! The waitstaff were friendly and very attentive, the cocktails and wine were quite good also. They even baked some fresh gluten free bread for my wife.
LAW did a great job accommodating us, service was good food was great. Everyone in our party had a separate steak/venison entre so we shared and all where cooked to perfection. Wine list was a tad pricey as expected but we did eat on Sunday when he wines were half price which made it more wallet friendly, the wine selection was good.
My wife and I had dinner and the entire experience was excellent. The food was fantastic. I recommend the ribeye steak. Rene, our server was fantastic! He was professional, knowledgeable and extremely personable. He recommended thing to do around the area. We had a great night and will certainly return soon.
Enjoyed the service and the food was fantastic. The deviled eggs and thick sliced bacon for starters were tasty. We enjoyed the 10oz filet and the pan seared halibut. Both cooked perfectly with great flavor. Our table ordered the bread pudding and the s'mores. The bread pudding was delicious and plenty for 2 or could be split by 4 if each person wants only a few bites.
We went for a friend's birthday celebration prior to a concert at Toyota Pavilion. The staff was friendly and attentive. The table was small and crowded at the end of a step-down, but the atmosphere was nice. A business group was in the adjoining dining room and were very loud and boisterous. Portions were generous on most dishes, (Prepare to share). Menu looks to be geared for a hearty appetite.
Our steaks were cooked and seasoned to PERFECTION. The wedge salad was delicious. The truffle mac and cheese was in need of a bit more salt but once we added some it was incredible.
The only thing that was a bit unfortunate in my book (and I may be the only one who feels this way) is that there was absolutely no dress code. I don't know about everyone else but I love getting dressed up and go out to dinner. I assumed I was in good company at the four seasons from previous experiences but boy was I wrong. There were kids there in pajamas, teens in ripped jeans, and it was just an overall more relaxed feel than I was looking for.
We would certainly go back, but not for a 'date night out'.
Outstanding waiters serving Sunday brunch with professionalism, courtesy, with special attention to given to all guests. Omelet station server/chef is incredible.
Valets are prompt and pleasant. .
Management should show appreciation to such a dedicated staff.
This was my second time going to LAW after a great experience the first time. We went into the night looking forward to great service and food but only recieved one of those. (I would like to note that the restaurant was not busy at the time we went) Firstly, it took them about 20-30 min to get out bread basket out even after being asked by multiple staff if we would like one. That was just an interesting start... our table waiter also seemed to give us attitude and clearly payed more attention to fellow dinners. He didn't want to have conversation, rather get in and get out. Finally, we ordered a side with our main dishes, which did not come out with our entrees rather 20 minutes later after we were finished. Just to top it off it was cold and very unappealing. It was sad to be treated in such a manor at such an awesome place.
We were staying at the Four Seasons and had breakfast there twice. Once we had the breakfast buffet and the other morning we ordered off the menu. The staff is welcoming and so friendly. They let us know that they were there to take care of us. Breakfast buffet was very good, and the coffee delicious. They really work to accommodate their guests and make sure they are happy.
Excellent service. Lovely settling. Very relaxed.
LAW is way over priced! Looks like they have gone too great lengths to make the food expensive and a la cart! A $21 hamburger should come with something besides 3 pickle slices.
I eat out several times a week and I've obviously dined at many many restaurants, eating at LAW is only to keep from leaving the Hotel and they make you pay for that!
The ambience of the restaurant is very nice. I ordered the law wedge salad along with the ribeye. I ordered medium rare and it came in a timely manner and cooked appropriately. The wait staff was attentive and always there to refill water and answer any questions that were presented. I would come back.
Carpaccio was fresh but way to sauced with a overly sweet balsamic syrup. Porterhouse was ordered medium rare came out very rare then zapped in 2 seconds and returned. That was very disappointing. Veggie sides were delicious. Beer can chicken was awful. Oysters were terrific. Very expensive for so many misses. Last year the food was way better. Needs work
Food was very average. Definitely not a fine dining experience. Lacked any real flavor and creativity and presentation was disappointingly simple. Did not justify the price of 270.00 for two people. Service was good, food just didn't impress. Would not dine here for dinner again. Had the onion rings, law wedge, wagyu streak Oscar style, jumbo prawns, loaded baked potatoes, drinks, etc to give you an idea. Bob's or capital grill blow it away all day long. Not even a contender.
Law's take on the typical Four Season's brunch was lacking. They did not a have a wide variety of brunch menu items. There was one room dedicated to sweets and candy. Definitely overkill!
It would be nice to see more main menu selections. I was disappointed and underwhelmed.
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