Dallas >Seventeen Seventeen Restaurant
1717 Isn't Worth Your Time or $$$$. I took my wife, daughter and grandson out for a "special" Mother's Day and thought 1717 would be the perfect place for something a little extra, but I was sadly mistaken. The food was good, not great, but adequate. Unfortunately, the service was atrocious. I asked for a mimosa and the waiter completely forgot; my wife's, daughter's and grandson's beverages were never refilled; the plates (buffet) were never bussed and several remained on the table until I finally got a waiter to remove them. My family would never say they were disappointed, but I most certainly was. There were only a few entrees, one salad, no real deserts and drinks were extra (soda too) and the tab was $49.00 per person. I don't mind the price, but give me the appropriate level of service and food for a brunch of that expense. I will never go again, nor will I recommend it to any of my Dallas friends.
Quiet, upscale dining hidden in the the Dallas Museum of Art..
On the second floor of the DMA rests a high-end option to the museum's atrium. Large windows illuminate the white-clothed tables spread throughout the two dining rooms. The menu and the desserts change with the museum exhibitions; wines are available by the glass.
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