Arts & Culture
Nestled between Uptown and Victory Park, the vibrant Harwood District is a 19-city block, uber-walkable neighborhood packed with a wide range of dining and entertainment options.
Harwood District’s first development was the Rolex building in 1984, and in the years since, it has grown to include luxury office buildings and high-rise residents, outdoor pocket gardens, and tons of trendy restaurants.
Use our guide to the neighborhood to plan your next outing! While we've mentioned a few spots here, there are so many more to explore! Head out and find your new favorites - and tag @Visit_Dallas on Instagram when you make it there.
Harwood Hospitality Group’s newest concept, Elephant East is situated next to Harwood Arms and features Pan Asian-inspired cuisine and stylish cocktails, sake and soju.
This Dallas standby offers stunning skyline views and a lively atmosphere with a 12,000-square-foot patio bar and upscale rooftop. Be sure to sign up for the Margarita Mile before heading to Happiest Hour – order their shareable Mi Familia Margarita and check in to earn prizes on your way to becoming a ‘Rita Rockstar.
Craving a trip across the pond but don't have the time? Stop by this traditional English pub for the next best thing. The pub menu at Harwood Arms is stocked full of hearty options like creamy beer cheese soup, London broil steaks and traditional bangers & mash.
Meaning “under the bridge,” this French-inspired coffee shop is located under the bridge of 2727 Harwood and is the perfect cozy spot to grab a café au lait or any of their artisanal coffee beverages. Magnolias also offers a calendar of creative events, art exhibitions, and special drinks that change monthly.
This classic Parisian bistro is open for brunch, lunch, and dinner offering French staples including croissant, coq au vin or creme brulee. Take your meal al fresco and grab a seat on the breezy, covered patio.
This is no ordinary pizza joint. Poco Fiasco serves elevated, perfectly crisped Brooklyn-inspired pizzas with toppings ranging from traditional pepperoni and wild mushrooms to smoky Texas brisket. The pies are offered up alongside a robust array of martinis.
Dallasites consistently rate the oversized garden patio at this 1920s landmark building as one of the best in the entire city. This Harwood staple now has a new look and features a seasonal New American menu by Executive Chef Carlos Mancera.
The seafood heavy menu at Te Deseo features cuisines from Peru, Mexico, Argentina, and Brazil. The restaurant also regularly hosts salsa lessons and is a stop along the Margarita Mile. We recommend their unique coconut margarita rimmed with a healthy dose of Tajin.