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About The Mercury
Award Winning Contemporary American cuisine. Exceptional food in a neighborhood atmosphere.
Dallas, TX 75230
Global, International, American, French American
Hours of Operation:
Hours of Operation Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 3:00pm; Dinner: Monday - Friday: 3:00pm - 10:00pm; Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm
Closed on Sundays.
Preston Road and Forest Lane, NW Corner
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
The Mercury does off site catering for every type of event no matter how large or small. Let the Mercury cater your next event! Please call Lisa Clark at 972-822-8757 for details.
Complimentary Valet Parking as well as Self Parking in Public Lot
Dart Bus stops on the corner with in 100 yards of the front door.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
The Mercury has Wine Dinner and Cooking Classes every other month. We also have all you can eat buffets from 10:30 am to 3:00 pm for Easter, Mother's Day and Thanksgiving. Please call Lisa Clark at 872-822-8757 for more information and details.
The Manhattan Room seats up to 100 people, the Wine Room seats up to 50 people, and the Small Manhattan seats up to 30 people. Combined all 3 rooms can seat up to 150 people for dinner and hold up to 225 for cocktails and hors d'oeuvres.
The Mercury Ratings and Reviews
My favorite neighborhood restaurant. I have never been disappointed. Cris Ward once in the running for White House chef has maintained a vibrant menu with the addition of sushi. To have some of the best snapper sushi followed with a perfectly cooked steak was a tree.
I have said repeatedly since we dined there.... The duck was amazing! My husband had steak which was very good but the duck.... the duck was amazing. I also appreciated how often my water glass was refilled and how easy it was to sub out the carbs for vegetables. I highly recommend going.
I want to love The Mercury. I really do. The location is perfect and the ambiance is outstanding. But every time I have dinner there I leave with the same opinion... it is not worth the money. The food is always good but not great. The service is adequate but often aloof and detached. The wine list is solid but the mark-up is unreasonably high. I keep going back to The Mercury in the hope that it will be better next time. But so far, I have only left feeling remorse that I did not go somewhere else. So disappointing.
My wife and I decided to treat our daughter and her fiancé to a nice meal to close out the year and we immediately thought of The Mercury. Once again we were delighted with the experience. We were promptly seated upon arrival at our requested table and things continued to go well for the rest of the evening. Our drinks from the bar were very good, the foi gras appetizer was shared by the table and was excellent, and the Wedge salad my wife and I shared was also very good. Our various steak and fish entrees were cooked as ordered so all was spot on once again.
I made reservations for myself and a coworker from London to show him an amazing experience that is "Dallas" and was extremely disappointed to have been put in the sushi room, which has an almost fast food ambiance. I asked to be moved to the main room and was told no. Will never go again. Very very disappointed.
I had reserved a round table for a party of 5, confirmed it 2 hours before my reservation which she confirmed, but when we showed up, the hostess was clueless and did not have the table as requested. And had no idea how to handle it. The service and food redeemed itself and was great but I honestly do not think I will go back there again.
Two old friends and I chose Mercury for our quarterly get-together. On these occasions we want to talk as well as eat well, and Mercury meets our expectations on both counts. The waiter we had on this occasions was particularly helpful, and we asked him to choose our wine for us. He made an excellent choice and we enjoyed it very much.
We love this place for its usual menu! BUT we went at Thanksgiving. When we booked the reservation online, we were not informed that they offer a buffet instead of the usual menu. We did not learn about the buffet until our arrival and felt sandbagged. The buffet was average at best. Prime rib was gristly and tough. Other dishes were OK but not outstanding. Turkey was overcooked. When we got the bill we were shocked to be charged $60 each for a buffet that would go for about maybe $25 even at the finest hotels. We will remain loyal customers, but never again at Thanksgiving, thank you.
Went there for Thanksgiving brunch. Was thankful they had openings due to a mix up on previous res at Table 13. Brunch spread was a pleasant surprise. Everything from ribeyes to omelettes. It was extremely crowded and a 20-30 min wait from initial res time but was tolerable. The back room we were seated in was a bit chilly and a good distance away from the food buffet on the other side but it worked out especially after earlier crowd began to thin out. Service was great back there. The guys out servicing the buffet were attentive. Overall it was a very good experience . Knocked offf a star, 4 instead of 5 for overall due to being too chilly and the wait with having a res. Fourth time dining here and will come back again.
Thanksgiving Brunch for $59.95/person was way overpriced for the value. The Mercury should consider limiting the size of its brunch as it was overcowded, noisy and people were bumping into each other in the lines, food was not adequately stocked and was not appealing the way it was presented. The waiters could not keep up. Table cloths would be nice, and enforce a dress code for those who do not know how to dress for a special occassion. A real cattle call.
This restaurant is top notch. I often recommend it to others. Normally, the food is gourmet and prepared with an attention to detail. I had raved about this, reserving a table for family on Thanksgiving Day. I was disappointed overall. Atmosphere: Upon arriving, we were asked to wait as the place was mobbed. No place to wait unless encroaching on other diners. It seemed to be over-booked. Setup: The buffet was in another room, and we had to navigate down the narrow room, past other diners going both ways to/fro the buffet. Turkey was dry and Fruit was odd, and told by waitstaff it had been vacuum packed. On the up side, the prime rib was good, and the sides were fine, plentiful and of reasonable quality. The shrimp and oysters were my favorite. Desserts: mediocre at best. The service staff: quite accommodating but they were very challenged due to the crowd and flow of people to and from the buffet. All in all, I was apologizing to my family on the way home. I adore The Mercury's offerings for non-holiday meals, but I won't book another holiday meal there.
Incredible meal. We had not been here in many years. It is still a wonderful dining experience.
The Fois gras amazing, and the couscous carbonara was just out of this world. I had the duck (confit and breast) and my husband had the halibut which was prepared just perfectly. We had a soufflé for our dessert, and because I think they actually precook them slightly it was a little rubbery but still had nice flavor. The waiter was kind enough to bring 2 different sauces because we couldn’t decide. The only downside was with the food as creative and fun as it was, the wine list was uninspired and there was nothing of note either by the glass or bottle. It was just sort of blah. I think for a restaurant with food of this caliber, they should think about rehiring a sommelier and getting some really wonderful, interesting bottles to compliment the great food. This place still has a great ambiance and wonderful food and service despite this oversight. Definitely still a go to if you are up in Dallas-
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