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Restaurants & hotels

Whether you are looking for a place to eat or a place to stay, the Meyerson is centrally located in the Dallas Arts District with convenient places to eat or sleep just minutes away! 

Places to eat in the Meyerson

Opus

Opus offers a fine dining buffet experience before each Dallas Symphony concert. Indulge in the bountiful buffet before evening performances, or enjoy Sunday brunch before the matinee. Opus is located in the Meyerson’s West Lobby overlooking the Betty B. Marcus Park. 

Hours of Operation:  We are currently offering beverages and light snacks pre-concert from 6pm – 7:30pm.

Allegro

Discover the world’s finest cuisines with the Allegro buffet. Each classical concert evening performance, our team presents highlights from destinations around the globe, from rustic Italian fare to trendy American favorites. Additional offerings include soups, salads, and light desserts. Enjoy a pre-concert dinner in a more casual atmosphere.  

Hours of Operation:  Currently closed due to COVID-19 safety guidelines.


Places to eat near the Meyerson

We recommend the following restaurants for your pre or post-concert meal, or for any meal! 

The Artisan I Restaurant and Bar Services
2330 Flora St, Suite 200, Dallas, TX I 214.270.1490

The Artisan Craft Kitchen, located in the heart of the Dallas Arts District at KPMG Plaza, offers an efficient, market-style breakfast and lunch service in a stylish and fun environment where guests can enjoy fresh, locally sourced food prepared on-site daily by our incredible culinary team. Our seasonal menus feature a variety of chef-attended stations serving hot entrée selections, pastas, hot sandwiches, composed salads and grab-n-go selections to be enjoyed at our space or yours.

In addition to great breakfast and lunch selections, you can host your wedding, corporate, or any special event on The Artisan’s Rooftop Terrace, overlooking the Dallas Arts District.

Ellie’s
1717 Leonard Street, Dallas, Texas 75201 | 972.629.0924

You’re a part of the family when you dine at Ellie’s, a restaurant inspired by dining traditions that harmoniously balances an art-filled, modern aesthetic with great food and genuine hospitality at every table. Our seasonal American cuisine is refined yet approachable, staying true to our namesake Ellie Hall, an artist and mother who emanated elegance and warmth with a fondness for lively conversation and friendly informality. Join us for breakfast, lunch and dinner, seven days a week.

​Musume
2330 Flora Street, Dallas, Texas 75201 | 214.871.8883

Located directly across from the Meyerson, Musume offers contemporary Asian cuisine with world-class sushi. Open for lunch and dinner, Musume has the largest premium cold sake collection in North America as well as the largest Japanese whisky collection in North Texas. After dinner, enjoy a nightcap at Musume’s secret bar, Akai. 

The Playwright Irish Pub
1722 Routh Street, Dallas, Texas 75201 | 972.707.7589

The Playwright is our city’s newest Irish pub, offering hundreds of whiskeys, wide selection of beers on tap and foods you can only find in an Irish pub. It’s making the Arts District the best place to get dishes such as shepherd’s pie, bangers and mash, and Guinness ice cream — all made in-house, and it’s a place where, truly, everybody knows your name.

Tei-An
1722 Routh Street, Suite 110 Dallas, Texas 75201 | 214.220.2828

The stylish Japanese restaurant specializes in freshly made soba noodle dishes, served hot or cold in soups or with dipping sauces. The restaurant is owned by Teiichi Sakurai, well-known as the founder of Teppo(1995) and Tei Tei(1998). Teiichi opened Tei-An in 2008.  Soba is a thin Japanese noodle made from buckwheat flour – there are only 5 in the country which prepares fresh noodle on the premises. Tei-An wants you to experience a touch of Tokyo in the middle of Dallas: “modern Tokyo” mixing rich wood, concrete, stone, steel and glass. The best seats in the house are at the dining room’s soba counter that wraps the stone garden.


Places to stay

Hall Arts Hotel

Located in the spectacular Dallas Arts District—the largest contiguous arts district in the country – HALL Arts Hotel embodies the vibrancy and culture that define this international artistic destination. Just steps away from Pritzker Prize-winning architecture, exceptional artwork of every kind, and the area’s renowned restaurants—the hotel enjoys a special relationship with this one-of-a-kind neighborhood. We are not just a part of the District, we are an extension of it, generously supporting its cultural institutions, opening our art-filled spaces for all to enjoy, and reflecting all of its sophistication and worldliness.

The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas

This Forbes Five-Star Hotel situated in Uptown Dallas is a premier destination for memorable meetings and events with over 19,000 square feet of meeting space, The Ritz-Carlton SPA and Fearing’s Restaurant – a celebrity Chef owned restaurant by the beloved Dean Fearing. The Ritz-Carlton Club Level redefines the luxury hotel experience, bringing private access, a dedicated concierge service and continuous complimentary culinary offerings throughout the day. 

Dallas Marriot Downtown

Located in the heart of the Arts District, Dallas Marriott Downtown is only steps from world-class performing and visual arts, casual and fine dining restaurants, shopping, and the city’s beloved green space. We are refined yet relaxed, sophisticated yet understated. Our rooms are completely modernized with locally inspired custom art work. The hotel’s prestigious rooftop M Club features a 180-degree view of the Dallas Skyline! Seamlessly blending style and function, our M Club Lounge provides the ideal space to work, re-charge, connect, and relax. CENTRIC Bar & Grille located in the Dallas Marriott Downtown boasts a vibrant atmosphere during our popular Happy Hour, featuring hand-made cocktails and local Texas beers. We welcome you to find your inspiration in the center of the city.