S?r, the New Steakhouse to Replace Nana, is Open
Dallas' newest steakhouse, perched on the 27th floor of the Hilton Anatole where Nana once resided, opens tonight. The cavernous restaurant radiates masculine elegance; it's decked out in dark woods and dominated by a grey and brown color-scheme that's accented by a splash of color (mustard high-back chairs and red votive candles are scattered throughout). Floor-to-ceiling window panels enclose the dining room, providing guests with a panoramic view of the city. (We suspect the view is more impressive at night than on a smoggy Monday morning).
The menu offers everything from sushi to steak, boasting items like hamachi "crudo" sashimi, house-made foie gras torchon, salmon with roasted onions, asparagus and soy glaze, and the whopping 26-ounce prime porterhouse served with Maytag blue cheese butter. There's also a sides menu that offers comfort food like mac and cheese with house-cured bacon, creamed spinach with fried onion gratin and onion rings served with house-made ranch dressing.
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