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About Saint Ann Restaurant and Bar
Designed by LA-based Shimoda Design Group and Harwood Design Team, Saint Ann Restaurant & Bar is the newest restaurant concept and has the largest garden patio in Dallas. Located next to Saint Ann Court, the historic St. Ann’s School was preserved and converted by Harwood International into a restaurant and bar surrounded by gardens and art. It is open for lunch, dinner, brunch, and drinks.
The original structure was built in 1927 as Dallas' first school for Hispanic children. In addition to the original structure, Harwood International has preserved the mural of "Our Lady of Guadalupe" and serves as the focal point in the gardens. The first level of the two-story red brick building is Saint Ann Restaurant & Bar and the second level features The Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum: The Samurai Collection.
We are unable to reserve the patio due to the uncertainty of weather and it will be seated based on reservation and party size.
Dallas, TX 75201
Hours of Operation:
Sunday: 10:30am - 10:00pm
Monday - Thursday: 11:00am - 10:00pm
Saturday: 10:30am - 12:00am
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 3:00pm
Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 10:30am - 3:00pm
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm
Please note that reservations are made for either our main dining room or our enclosed patio based on availability. For more inquiries, please contact the restaurant.
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Live music on Wednesday and Thursday evenings and Saturday and Sunday brunch.
Please contact Cecilia Lopez for any catering needs at 214-965-1409 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Complimentary valet is available for dinner and brunch.
Valet is located on Harwood St.
Parking for Saint Ann Restaurant & Bar is on the southeast corner of Moody and Harwood Street.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Counter Seating, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Saint Ann is excited to host your next dinner, happy hour, private party or special event. If your reservation is for less than 20 guests please contact Saint Ann directly.
For reservations of 20 or more guests please contact Cecilia Lopez.
Within our restaurant collection we have different concepts and options to meet various budgets and needs. For more information on our family of restaurants within The Harwood District please visit our website at http://www.harwooddistrict.com/restaurants/.
Whether celebrating a special occasion with family and friends or hosting a corporate event, Saint Ann Restaurant and Bar can accommodate all of your special event needs.
Saint Ann Restaurant and Bar Ratings and Reviews
Awesome location and even better spot. Extremely limited bar. I’ve been twice now and food wad bad both times. I had lamb that was over cooked the first time. The second time I had a steak and it was even more over cooked. My wife loves the scallops though. I probably won’t go back.
Went with another couple for our second time here. Dined outside and had a great meal with good service. Highly recommend this restaurant, and since it is only two blocks from our apartment we will go back a lot. Interestingly, I could not make a reservation when I wanted to dine when I called them direct, but there were ample times available on Open Table. Seemed a little odd.
We'll start with the cocktails... we're lovers of great Martinis, which we're very specific on ordering to get them just the way we like "Belveder, 3 olives, dirty, up and so cold you could ice skate on top". They were served in ice cold, copper goblets, but the drink itself was not very cold. I'd give them an 'A' for effort, but 'D' on actual deliverable. We ordered the Chicken Fried Ribeye and a special which was Bone-In Pork Chop. I thought the Chicken Fried was a waste of a good Ribeye. If you're a real Chicken Fried Steak lover, go to Babe's. The bone in Pork Chop was very dry, though the waiter warned us it would be if ordered any way other than medium rare to medium (a no-no for pork), duh. I ordered it medium and it was very dry, but flavorful. Saint Anne is a great location with a lot of good people watching and great ambience, but very mediocre food.
The wife and I had a great dinner and a spectacular bottle of wine while sitting on the patio with our little dog (our fur-child). The special on the bottle of wine we drank was especially good, and we will come back to take advantage of the Monday night special again. Always a great place for dinner or brunch.
Food and service both very good. Musical duo excellent and enegetic. Damper on the experience was the volume. Patio roof was closed, and musicians were inside. Volume was painful, and made it impossible to carry a conversation.
This was our first time at the St. Ann. They have a very nice bar for a pre-dinner drink, which can be hard to find these days in restaurants. The restaurant is beautiful and, while it was too cool to sit outside, the indoor ambiance is very nice and not too loud. Our table of 5 was easily able to talk and hear. The food and wait staff were excellent. We plan to go back!
The only hitch in the evening is when the hostess said our reservation was for the bar area, which it was not. She was a little huffy about our insistence on sitting in the dining room. I made my reservation through Open Table and never asked for bar seating.
My meal was OK but my wife really enjoyed her meal. Service was OK too. When he was around he was a good server but he left us for long periods and I was not sure if it was because he thought we needed time on our anniversary or was he that inattentive? My guess is the latter.
Service needs improvement. Food is excellent. Our reservation was made well in advance, but they sat us late and then gave us a specific amount of time we would have for our dinner. I have never been told how much time I'm allowed for my meal in all my dining experiences. Server was also rushing us. They were too busy worrying about the next reservation and how quick they could turn the table.
Just fantastic. The patio is awesomein service and ambience. The live singer was just a wonder surprise. From LA and this reminds me of our quaint restaurants there. The food was fantastic.. all of it. The museum upstairs so cool and fun ! Check it out after your meal.
I was dying to try Saint Ann, and was so disappointed!! The patio is lovely, and I'm sure its a hot spot for drinks. I ordered a Shrimp Caesar, and the romiane lettuce was brown, and not fresh, the dressing and shrimp were very good though. My husband order the chopped salad, and it was nothing special...Our son however ordered the chicken sandwich with a side of Truffle Mac and Cheese, and it was ALL VERY GOOD. I hate to order a salad during the week for lunch and have to ask for salt and fresh ground pepper...and then wait and wait, and wait. Ugh.
If you're hungry for yummy glutenous food, it may be the place to go! But salads...Blah.
We had a great Friday night experience at Saint Ann! My family went to celebrate my mother's Birthday. We had excellent service, great cocktails and they made the celebration even more special by providing a delicious dessert complete with a sparkler! It is conveniently located near other late-night hot spots within walking distance nearby. Service was attentive and we really enjoyed the meal. The ambiance on the patio was great - decorated beautifully for the Fall season. We live in the suburbs and I would highly recommend the 30 minute drive to Saint Ann for a fun night in the city.
Unfortunately Saint Ann's was a miss. AWESOME patio/ambiance - no denying that. But that's about all it had going for it. Our server was about as overworked/annoyed/irritated we were there as she could be, and rarely came to check on the table. I was thirsty so I drank my water pretty quickly and it wasn't refilled until we were signing our checks. Food was BLAND. I got the scallops and it honestly looked and tasted like they were frozen prior, thrown on a grill and surrounded by what was once frozen peas & corn, but microwaved, so it was bland and super watery. Gross. My husband got the ribeye and ate maybe 1/2 of it (never does he NOT eat meat unless it's done pretty poorly). No flavor. All in all it was so disappointing... maybe if the service was a little better that would have helped us be less disappointed, but after that dinner & knowing all of the options around Dallas for dinner... we will not be going back.