A Breathtaking Garden Bar And Restaurant Re-Opens In Harwood

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A Breathtaking Garden Bar And Restaurant Re-Opens In Harwood

Saint Ann Dallas has re-opened for business with a renovated space a fresh new menu.

Nothing beats an alfresco brunch in the crisp, warm sun of spring. You can do yourself one better in taking your bubbling mid-afternoon libations on the terrace of Harwood’s lush newly-reopened garden bar and restaurant, Saint Ann Dallas. [Featured image: @saintanndallas]

Nestled in at 2501 N. Harwood, Saint Ann is a concept restaurant from Harwood Hospitality, the company behind nine other concept venues in the area, including: Marie Gabrielle Restaurant and Gardens, Dolce Riviera, and the newly opened Irish-concept pub, Harwood Arms.

Saint Ann closed their doors last year during the brunt of the pandemic. However, its officials were not sitting idly by in wait. In the meantime, the bar and restaurant set to renovating their space, incorporating a lush new garden experience, revamping their bar, and adding an open-concept kitchen to their indoor space.

Additionally, the restaurant went to work on their menu, emerging with a refreshing seasonal New American menu. Presently, their brunch dishes include the tantalizingly sweet Hummingbird Pineapple, carved out and filled with agave, gold, sorbet, berries, and macaroon; French Toast Sundae with pecan gelato, strawberry, and caramel on Texas toast; and gold, old fashioned Pancakes with brown butter, pecan, and maple praline.

Other brunch dishes include Lobster & Waffles, as well as other staples not limited to Breakfast Tacos, Chicken Biscuit, Avocado Toast, Benedict, and Frittata.

The restaurant’s dinner menu offers appetizers, salads, entrees, sides, desserts, as well a cut of top-shelf meats that include their Smoked Beef Rib, Butcher’s Cut, and 32-oz Cowboy steak. Other notable dishes include their TX Wagyu Tartare, Hand Rolled Noodles, The Saint burger – a house-blended patty, with onion, iceberg lettuce, Texas cheddar, samurai sauce, and fries.

Saint Ann’s newly revamped cocktail menu pays homage to 1920’s prohibition-style cocktails. Options include their Georgia Julep, made with Maker’s Mark, peach bitters, Giffard pêche, and mint; the Flamingo, with Havana Club Silver, desert pear, lime, and maraschino; and the Garden Spritz with pomp and whiskey, melon purée, simple syrup, lemon, and Prosecco.

The restaurant and bar is open Wednesday through Friday from 5 pm – 10 pm (until 11 pm on Fridays), and Saturday and Sunday from 5 pm – 11 pm, 5 pm – 10 pm, respectively. On the weekend, the restaurant offers brunch from 10 am – 3:30 pm. You can now make reservations online here.

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