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A Southern European Bistro in Texas

Discover the flavors of southern Europe three meals a day at City Hall, a buzzy bistro filled with light that takes its name from the hotel’s location on the site intended for the original Dallas City Hall.

Filled with brass accents, white marble and warm wood. City Hall Bistro is chic yet approachable — perfect for business meetings, casual lunches and gatherings with friends and family.

Highlights from the menu include house-made breads, wood-grilled vegetables and braised meats like Cornish chicken, lamb, and daily market seafood.

Contact Info

Telephone: 214.651.3686
Email: cityhallinfo@cityhallbistro.com



In an effort to do our part to reduce the spread of COVID-19, as well as for the health and wellbeing of our team members and guests City Hall dining room is currently closed. A reduced menu is available at City Hall Bar Monday – Thursday from 3pm-9pm. Menu may be viewed HERE.



Please see City Hall Bar
Please see City Hall Bar


Monday – Thursday 3pm-9pm


The Adolphus Hotel
1321 Commerce Street
Dallas, Texas 75202

City Hall Bistro is one of my favorite places in downtown for lunch. A satisfying and healthy lunch to be exact. I've been here once for dinner as well.

- Tim H Richardson, TX

Great service for large brunch group, good selection, tasty cocktails, valet parking. Second visit just as nice as first.

- CJRyan21

Chef Jeramie Robison was born in Ruston, Louisiana and found his passion for the culinary arts at an early age. Robison attended culinary school in Denver before landing his first major role in the kitchen of the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek in Dallas, where he learned from top Texas chefs including John Tesar. In his current role as executive chef of City Hall Bistro at The Adolphus, Robison gets back to his roots with Southern European-inspired cuisine. At the bright and buzzy bistro, Robison shines in updates to classic breakfast fare, wood-roasted vegetables, fresh fish and aromatic braised meats.

- Jeramie Robison


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