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Named for a 19th-century painting of a Rubenesque nude, the reborn Nana at the tip of the Wyndham Anatole Hotel tower has peeled back its eyelids, offering diners a wider swallow of what was already a stunning view of the Dallas skyline. Nana also has priceless pieces from Trammell and Margaret Crow's Asian art collection scattered about the premises. Then there's the food: provocative, well-balanced, infected with fresh ingredients from far-flung places and meticulously assembled. It's also pricey. But that's what happens when you rub elbows with priceless Buddhas.


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  • Cuisine(s): Eclectic, New American
  • Hours: Sun-Thu 6pm-10pm, Fri-Sat 6pm-10:30pm
  • Price: $$$$
  • Serving: Dinner
  • Reservations: Accepted, Recommended
  • Parking: Valet
  • Payment Types: All Major Credit Cards, Diners Club, cash
  • Attire: Dressy casual
  • Features: Banquet Facilities, Private Party, Smoking

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