Despite some recent upheaval, The Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek remains a Dallas classic, the stage for all types of life's little fine dining milestones. You know, weddings, birthdays, marriage proposals or the 'I didn't get canned' dinner.
That sort of thing.
Now The Mansion takes a moment to celebrate. The venerable destination approaches the start of middle age, turning 29 this year. But its patrons are still the ones getting special treatment, currently in the form of a prix fixe lunch menu--fittingly $29 for three courses.
Lunch items include: sunchoke soup with wild mushrooms and herbs; chilled gravlax salad and warm goat cheese tart; an open-faced sirloin sandwich and so on.
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Taste of the Mansion runs throughout March.