Cafe on the Green
Irving, TX 75038
- Modern American
- Sun, Sat 7am-10pm, Mon-Fri 6:30am-10pm
- All Major Credit Cards
- Banquet Facilities, Catering, Kid Friendly, Private Party, Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible
- Breakfast, Brunch, Dinner, Lunch
- Lot available, Valet
Dallas Observer's Description
One of five restaurants at the tony Four Seasons in Las Colinas, Cafe on the Green looks out onto the front nine of the Four Seasons Las Colinasâ award-winning golf course. As one might expect from a high-end hotel restaurant, it plays host to breakfast, brunch and lunch buffets galore, with everything from made-to-order omelets to chilled seafood, sushi and an entire dessert room (yes, a dessert room) chock-full of impeccably prepared pastries. Come dinner time, the lights in the tastefully appointed neutral dining room dim and the menu goes a la carte, featuring inventive American dishes with global touches like pork belly with saffron-braised endive and Coho salmon with masa harina spaetzle. Of course, a hotel restaurant wouldnât be a hotel restaurant without steaks, and carnivores wonât be disappointed: Prized and pricy Texas Akaushi occupies the menu alongside more traditional prime beef.
Tips from foursquare
My dessert buffet...
Lunch buffet has a crazy dessert bar! I've tried almost all of them and they were ALL divine! Lunch was yummy too. Salad bar was different than your usual - less greens & more cold prepared selections
You can wear Claire’s Boutique sterling silver semi-diamond studs to brunch, along with a 2004 London Fog coat covering a vintage black 1997 dress from Express and no one will judge you.
This is where I like to go when needing a buffet venue but don't want the buffet atmosphere. And I really love this place for their dessert station 😉
Selected as one of the Top 100 Restaurants in D-FW. Top-notch seasonal produce is a strong focus, desserts are terrific and sommelier James Tidwell’s wine list is exceptional.
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