Dallas has plenty of beautiful and luxurious places all around the city that you can find. One of those places is the amazing French Room located in Downtown Dallas where you can get the most delicious cup of high tea. The room is hidden inside Hotel Adolphus and is totally decked out in rococo decor.
The stunning tea room gets its name from the fine French cuisine they offer. Tea isn't the only thing they are serving, though. The bar is fully stocked with everything you can imagine and they have an amazing selection of wine. This is the perfect place to hit up with the girlfriends or family members!
The spot has more than just amazing food and drinks, as they also have a 42-piece art collection that features paintings, drawings and photography from famous Texas artists. There is no shortage of luxury when having tea at the French Room, seeing that all their chairs are gilded Louis XVI style and they have two imported Italian chandeliers.
And luxury doesn't always have to be expensive. Their menu has something for everyone and bites to eat start at just $14 and drinks are affordable for anyone wanting a nice, peaceful spot of tea in the afternoon. Of course they do have more expensive items that work their way up to $400, if you're really looking to experience royalty.
The French room is open everyday from 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. except for Mondays when they are comepletley closed. Tea is served on Saturday and Sunday from 11:30 a..m. to 1:30 p.m. We recommend making a reservation as it can get a little busy.
The French Room is located at 1321 Commerce Street. For more information on the French Room and to make your reservation, you can visit their website here.
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