Dallas, TX 75201
Dallas Observer's Description
The draw at Saint Ann isn't the food, but the gorgeous dining room and the equally good-looking people who congregate there. Housed in a 1927 building that served as the city's first school for Hispanic children, there's nothing prim about Saint Ann in its current incarnation: The restaurant, done up in wood and glass, is exceedingly elegant -- although it does have quite a few televisions, which speak to the eatery's real intentions. This is a sports bar, with decent burgers and sandwiches. Skip the steak and scallops and have a beer.
Tips from foursquare
With the largest garden patio in Dallas, this bar used to be an elementary school, so you’ll get a perfect mix of education & fun here!
A Victoria's Secret Angel-approved hot spot for New Year's Eve 2012!
The best hot spot with a patio in Dallas!
The Kobe burger and Trout were both spectacular!
Ask for the seared scallops with pepper jack poblano grits. We can't get enough of it. (And everything tastes better when devoured on a garden patio)
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