Ser—correction, S?r—is gearing up to open October 1 on the 27th floor of the Hilton Anatole where haute cuisine temple Nana used to reside. There's been a lot of preliminary fuss and shit-talking about S?r (does Dallas really need yet another steakhouse? Who the hell came up with that ridiculous name?), but it's clear from all the buzz that people are excited to see what young executive chef Anthony Van Camp has in store.
Last night saw the final preview dinner, and the food looks to be a far cry from the typical steakhouse fare—fun and inventive, with touches of the molecular gastronomy that Nana was known for. (Cheesecake panna cotta frozen with liquid nitrogen and deconstructed? Not gonna find that at Bob's.)
Update: As CraveDFW reports, Ser's cocktail program is the brainchild of Michael Martensen of Cedars Social. (We earlier speculated that Jason Kosmas may have been responsible for the drink menu.)
· S?r's Third and Final Tasting is All About the Bar Food [SideDish]
· All S?r Coverage on Eater Dallas [EDFW]
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