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And The People Rejoiced: Green Room Opens Today, and We Have the Menus

The Green Room, the Deep Ellum legend that's back in business as of this afternoon, has put quail eggs and halibut cheeks on its elegant opening menu.

According to a press release, executive chef Joel Harloff's menu features "modern American cuisine with European influences that will change regularly, not just seasonally."

The appetizer portion of the menu includes scallops, mussels, grilled quail, spinach salad and a steak tartare served with hard-boiled quail eggs and pumpernickel bread. Entrees, priced from $19-$31, include pan-seared salmon, braised lamb shank, a grilled New York strip steak and a "duo of pan-roasted skate wing and halibut cheeks."

But it's unlikely The Green Room's most ardent fans will ever order many of the announced dishes, since the "Feed Me" option's back: For $47 -- or $68 with wine -- guests get "a unique four-course menu" created specifically for the table.

While there are plans to add brunch and lunch service, the Green Room is now open Tues.-Sat., 5 p.m.-11 p.m. For reservations, e-mail [email protected]. Check out the opening menus on the next page.

The Green Room 2715 Elm St. 214-744-7666

Green Room Opening Dinner Menu 2010

Green Room Bar Menu

Green Room Dessert Menu

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