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Located on the fourth floor of Forty Five Ten on Main, across from The Joule, Mirador is an approachable yet elegant restaurant serving modern American cuisine by executive chef Josh Sutcliff, in collaboration with Junior Borges, executive chef of The Joule. As the name implies, Mirador boasts expansive views of downtown through 11-foot floor-to-ceiling windows and a wrap-around terrace overlooking Tony Tasset's outdoor sculpture Eye—the ideal setting for a lingering lunch, a celebratory dinner, or late night cocktails.
Dallas, TX 75201
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Saturday: 11:00am - 2:30pm
Dinner: Thursday - Saturday: 6:00pm - 10:00pm
Brunch: Sunday: Noon-3:30pm
Between Akard Street and Ervay Street
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Complimentary Valet for all restaurant guests. Valet is available at the Forty Five Ten Elm Street Motor Court.
Private Party Facilities:
With a semi-private area in the restaurant for up to 28 and a secluded event room adjacent to the lounge with a capacity of up to 24 for a seated meal, custom menus and event coordination are available. Email email@example.com.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Mirador Ratings and Reviews
Everything we tried was delicious - started with the ricotta toast, then the crispy chicken bites and the raviolo. We also had the apple pie for dessert and I am still dreaming about it!!!
Lacy was our server - she was amazing and made great recommendations! Will definitely be coming back
Excellent service in a beautiful setting, although I don’t recommend having a seat next to the kitchen. Also, cold air blowing on us made the occasion a little uncomfortable. The wait staff was well trained, knowledgeable, friendly and extremely professional. The roasted chicken and nudi soup could have used an extra zing, as it was a little on the bland side. The lobster roll was succulent and well prepared and balanced. The grilled broccoli was wonderful and full of flavor—just the opposite of the soup. The tuna sandwich, while not a knockout, was refreshing and light. Desserts were the standout of the meal, especially the apple pie with carmel; it was worth the trip all by itself.
Extremely hard to find, but worth it! Located inside Forty-Five Ten department store in the Penthouse, this local eatery is the bomb! Incredible cocktails, great food and even better service (if that is even possible). Our server Chad was incredible. Great recommendations at every step. Do not miss!!
Mirador had excellent service from Osamaand Kami at the hostess stand was just fantastic. The chef has really created some great food whether it be appetizers or main dishes it was excellent and I would recommend a spot for anybody. A great view great too!!
Wow, I was pretty blown away by Mirador. Our server was absolutely lovely, and the ambiance and food were about three notches higher than I expected from Dallas--I've eaten in many NYC restaurants that aren't half as nice. The meal was a bit pricey, but it was worth it. Only slightly weird thing is that it's inside of a fancy department store; but thankfully there was a friendly security guard outside to show us the way to the restaurant. Definitely returning here on my next Dallas trip!
Even though the address is on Elm Street, the valet parking is on the opposite side of the store. The restaurant on the top level is beautifully done, and it would be great to be on the balcony in nice weather. But on this rainy day we had a nice table inside, and service and food were excellent. My guest and I both had the chicken paillard, which was done perfectly. The only downside is the noise level.
We sat at our table for 20 minutes before waitress took our drink order. Then it took 25 minutes to receive the drinks. It took 20 minutes to get our drinks the second round. Never had this problem in the past. Waitress was slow to wait on us throughout our entire meal. No one offered us ground pepper for our salads. Would not go back on a Saturday night again.
I went for a birthday lunch with friends and we had a great time. It was my first visit so I was excited to try a lot of different things. For appetizers we got the ricotta toast (which is a must), the fried chicken bites, and the beet and burrata salad. I would eat the ricotta toast every day if I could-both the toast and the spread are delicious! The fried chicken bites were also very good and had a nice hint of spice. I love beet salads but this one I would pass on. The beets were a little too firm for my liking and the burrata didn’t have much flavor. My friends got the Cobb salad and lobster roll which they loved but I didn’t try. I got the open face tuna tartine which is a generous portion (enough for two in my opinion especially after appetizers) and was also very good. We enjoyed our lunch in the dining room with great service, decor and ambiance. I will definitely be back!
Outdoor tables are among top 5 venues we have even been to.
We have already told numerous friends about how much we enjoyed the evening at Mirador.
Despite several living in, or frequent travelers to, the DFW area; none had heard of Mirador. Need to get the word out better!
Yesy (our server) was superb and made the night even better.
After searching for an attractive spot for a night cap, we headed back to the Mirador bar and we not disappointed - you need to try the Mezcal Paloma.
We had a wonderful experience! The tuna crudo and seasonal fish were perfect. We had an added bonus of a winter squash. Said squash might have been the highlight of the meal- I was unaware squash could taste like that. As as side note, this is not a place to go if you want a quiet conversation. While the lines and hard surfaces are beautiful, they lack any sound dampening qualities, leading to a very loud (but lively and enjoyable) meal.
This was our second time to Mirador. It was a nice night so we asked to be seated outside. It was great! Really good space between the tables and super service. The food was just as good as we remembered from last time so that did not disappoint. We did not feel like a whole bottle of wine between the two of us that night and their wine by the glass options were awesome. Can't wait for another date night at Mirador
I wish I could give this place a 10 star review. Everything from the food to the service were beyond expectations. I brought someone here for a first date (I let Mirador know in my reservation) and she was floored by the view and the exceptional service that was provided. I want to send a big thank you to Mirador and I would encourage everyone to experience what downtown Dallas dining is truly supposed to be.
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