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Savor is an American gastropub. The focal point will follow true to the concept of gastropubs, where the focus is quality of food, but will be refined with creative offerings, in a Fun and energetic environment. The menu is designed to offer meals as wholesome and fresh as they are appetizing, artistic expressions.
In addition to enjoying the regional and international influence present throughout the menu, guests may complement their meals with selections from the wine bar. The wine bar offers and impressive and navigable list of wine by the glass or bottle, as well as signature cocktails, and micro brewed beers.
Dallas, TX 75201
Contemporary American, Wine Bar, Gastro Pub
Hours of Operation:
Mon–Thu, Sun 11:00 am–11:00 pm
Fri, Sat 11:00 am–12:00 am
Harwood & Woodall Rodgers Freeway
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Both on premise and off premise catering options available. We can take from existing menus or build a custom event to suite your needs.
Complimentary Valet Parking station is directly adjacent to our restaurant along the Woodall Rodgers access road.
We have a trolley stop at Woodall Rodgers Freeway and Pearl, and we are within a couple blocks of the Dart rail.
Chef John Coleman
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, View, Weekend Brunch, Wine
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For more information on hosting a large party (10+) at Savor, please call us at 214.740.7228 or send us an email to email@example.com.
For all offsite catering please call us at 214.740.7341 or send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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We would love to work with you to plan a memorable event. At Savor, we offer full event services for a wide variety of events both on and offsite.
Savor Ratings and Reviews
This is a really attractive restaurant, looking out at a lively scene in Klyde-Warren Park, Although the food was really good, overall it was rather a disappointing experience. Service was very slow - nearly an hour between appetizers and entree - and we felt the wine-by-the-glass pours were really skimpy.
This was probably my 5-6th visit. Our group of friends is from Ft Worth & when we come for a day in Dallas for museums or performing arts, this is one of my favorite restaurants. The ambience & view of the park is excellent! The food today was good. The only unsatisfactory meal was the crust of the chicken fried steak came off too easily. The shrimp & scallop salad was very good & a large portion. The steak salad was good but not as good as Del Frisco's. Our server was attentive & accommodated our request for 8 pieces on order of lobster rolls. Valet parking makes the restaurant easily accessible.
It was a Sunday night and the restaurant was pretty empty. Our waiters did a wonderful job and although the wine list did not have anything that I recognized, the waiter did a great job of recommending something that we would like.
I ordered the swordfish and was disappointed. The waiter assured me that the chef knew how a cook it but it was dry. It was in a heavy tomato-based sauce, which obliterated taste of the fish, which I happen to enjoy. I would’ve given it 2 stars for that but my colleagues enjoyed their meal so I’m giving it three. It’s trendy and in a pleasant location but not worth the money we paid, in my opinion.
We made 6:30pm reservations intentionally as we had 8pm theatre tickets. We had to ask to be seated at 6:40pm. Which would have been fine if we did not have to wait to receive our check at the end of our meal. We ended up needing to pay cash so we could race out of the restaurant to make our show. The food and our server were great. We just wish it had t been so rushed.
This was my 3rd and final try to Savor. I was entertaining some out of town customers and couldn’t make a big deal about slow, inattentive service and awful food. Ceviche was as weird as they come, tasted ok but couldn’t tell what we ate! The swordfish was excellent fish but served with a ton of tomato sauce which tasted fresh out of a can!
When I called to share my experience with the manager, he didn’t really seem to care. With so many other choices, I’d go somewhere else.
Food is overpriced relative to the quality. Service is slow and uneven given a restaurant of this price point. It seems that one is paying for the Klyde Warren Park location rather than the restaurant itself. We have previous negative experiences with this restaurant, but chose to try it again due its proximity to the Winspear Opera House. We will not be returning.
We sat outside, which I do often. There were flys that kept landing in our food. There were also bees. I had recommended the restaurant for a business lunch and was so embarrassed. The waiter, who saw flys and bees in our food, never offered to do anything for us. That is as really a really bad impression.
We left a book in the restaurant. I'm pretty sure of this because we happen to take photos before and after the dinner. Before we entered there we had the book and after the dinner we don't have it. I called the restaurant today and they said they didn't have it. This is the first time I left something in a restaurant and couldn't find it. Can not trust the restaurant and won't go there any more.
Food was delicious as usual. Service was less so. We were debating which appetizer to get, asked the server for a recommendation, and then made our selection. As the food came out, server explained he went ahead and brought out both of the appetizers we were considering. “How nice,” we thought. It was when the bill came and I realized we’d been charged for both plates that I was less impressed. It was a special occasion and I didn’t want to spoil it by complaining, but I don’t think a restaurant can randomly bring food that wasn’t ordered and then charge the customer for it. Probably be a while before I go back.
Our waitress was the best. She was very knowledgeable about the menu and attentive enough but not to intrusive. I did not care for what I ordered, but I am a picky eater. However, my dinner companions appears to like their selection. Overall, we enjoyed ourselves. I am sure I will try it again.
Setting is wonderful, the pavilion is absolutely first class, but the food was not the highest quality. The lobster starter was good but my Quinoa salad had very few apple slices and the once it had were all dry. Overall lacked dressing and the dressing was flavorless.
The quantity of salad was excessive; would have preferred a better prepared dish but not so large.
I like Savor and want to give them benefit of the doubt but....the service was horrendous. To such a point that we had to find our own water and clear some of our own plates. And the food was over spiced and some had undercooked fish dishes.
The manager tried to make it right, but it good conscious I can't recommend anyone dine here. At least not on Sunday evening
The venue is beautiful, but not kept clean. The tables are wobbly, but our waitress fixed it. Service is perfunctory, not friendly. The floor was dirty. The backs of the leather chairs were blackened with grime. The food was atrocious. The short rib grilled cheese was dripping in orange grease, there was a hair in the tasteless apple slaw, the shrimp salad sandwich was limp greens and a few shrimp soaked in mayonnaise on a stale slice of pumpernickel. The lobster puffs were good, but were sitting in a slime of jarred mustard. The soup was from a can. Will not return.
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