For people who just can’t resist the allure of eating burgers after browsing pricey, austere furnishings, Dallas’s newest rooftop restaurant might sound endlessly appealing.
Now called RH Gallery, the chain formerly known as Restoration Hardware has just debuted its very first Texas location with a restaurant at 3133 Knox Street, according to the Dallas Morning News. Currently, the chain operates multiple restaurants across the country at its stores, including locations in New York, Nashville, Chicago, and West Palm Beach, Florida. Located on the third floor, RH’s rooftop restaurant is part of a $40 million revamp for the space, complete with a glass encasement and an outdoor space that’s styled to resemble a park.
As far as the food is concerned, CultureMap reports that the restaurant will serve a pretty tight menu of familiar dishes like truffle grilled cheese sandwiches, burrata served with various garnishes, roasted chicken with olive oil potato puree, and of course, a burger. More than 40 different wines will be on offer by the glass, along with choice bottles from California winemakers, plus barista-prepped coffee drinks.
RH Gallery’s restaurant officially made its debut on May 7, and reservations are currently available via OpenTable.