The Reinvention of the French Room
After a complete renovation, the French Room at the iconic Adolphus Hotel is paving the way to a new tradition in the art of fine dining. Well known for its old world allure, the Dallas landmark reopened its doors with a fresh, new aesthetic and attitude. Easily considered to be one of the most historic restaurants in the city, it’s a place where generations of families have celebrated special occasions and created significant memories.
Remaining true to its original design concept, deeply rooted in timeless European architecture, the Adolphus achieved the almost impossible feat of preserving the best of the past while propelling into the inevitable future. The French Room’s charm deeply rooted in history and now under the direction of Chef Anthony Dispensa is cleverly enticing millennials to partake in the reinvention of their grandparent’s fine dining experiences.
For the first time ever, the French Room is offering a new à la carte menu with an ongoing seasonal selection of dishes that offer a modern interpretation of classic French cuisine. Expect to find everything from Foie Gras to Long Island Duck and extravagant supplements, including an array of caviar and selections from a cheese cart.
Whether seasoned patrons will embrace the new French Room or not, only time will tell. However, one thing is for certain; only one restaurant in the city will transport you to France when walking through its doors, and that’s the French Room.