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The Old Warsaw

Map & Directions 2610 Maple Ave.
Dallas, TX 75201-1924
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214-528-0032
  • American, French
  • Daily 5pm-10:30pm
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Private Party, Catering, Prix Fixe
  • Dinner
  • Full bar
  • Accepted
  • Valet

Description

Dallas Observer's Description

With a name that elicits grungy post-industrial wastelands, The Old Warsaw is anything but. This Uptown establishment has specialized in French Continental dining since 1948 -- white tablecloths and all. It is your daddy's Oldsmobile -- not that there is anything wrong with that. Live music sets the tone for a romantic dinner made even more so with any of the more than 460 wines and a menu that includes baked oysters with sautéed spinach, smoked apple bacon and Champagne sauce, separated into sections with fancy French words. If that isn't tony enough, order the lobster Thermidor.

 
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  • Actifirm on 03/22/13

    Try the Mushroom Brie Soup - I've just died an gone to heaven. DELICIOUS! #brie #mushrooms @TheOldWarsaw (via @Foodspotting)

  • Rebecca B. on 06/12/12

    Over priced, average food, and service. 3 stars, out of 5.

  • Antoine Z. on 09/24/10

    Tom Hicks can't be trusted, do not loan him any money. He has destroyed Liverpool F.C.

  • Terri F. on 03/23/13

    Such a wonderful historic place! Loved the asparagus soup, fish was tender and so flavorful and the chocolate mousse cake was scrumptious! Service was outstanding.

  • Jeff S. on 11/24/11

    Lobster bisque isn't great but the lamb chops and ribeye steak are excellent

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  • Vice Grip

    It was the year of smoke. So many Dallas restaurant landmarks went up in the stuff in 2003, and so many Pall Malls and Partagas Churchills... More on The Old Warsaw »

  • Sometimes in our daily lives we unwittingly explore the fuzzy boundaries between brutishness and sophistication. It's a tricky path between... More on The Old Warsaw »

  • Sinful Sustenance

    At some point in time, humans discovered sugar, salt, partially hydrogenated vegetable oil, high-fructose corn syrup, and all of the other... More on The Old Warsaw »

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