Warwick Melrose Hotel, Dallas' Landmark Restaurant lands new look

Landmark Restaurant at Warwick Melrose Hotel, Dallas is slated to reopen with a brand new look after renovations that included a new dining décor, refreshed menu, and an expanded wine selection. The renovation follows recent upgrades to The Library bar and guestrooms.

The newly refurbished restaurant now features a wine vault that houses almost 400 bottles of wine. A chef’s table, featured in the center of the dining room, will be the host to bi-monthly wine tastings.

The redesign of the restaurant décor was done under the direction of Duncan Miller Ullmann Design. The room now displays a crystal creation from Swarovski, new marble floors, and new window treatments.

Also responsible for the recent renovation of The Library bar, Duncan Miller Ullmann Design similarly changed the look of Landmark Restaurant without changing the place's ambiance, achieved by the placement of photographs of various Dallas landmarks in the private dining alcove of the restaurant.

Warwick Melrose Hotel, Dallas is a Four-Diamond AAA property that opened in 1924 and was named a Dallas historic landmark in 1983. It offers 184 guestrooms and suites, approximately 6,400 square feet of banquet and meeting space.

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