Originally built in 1927 as Dallas’ first school for Hispanic children, Saint Ann Restaurant & Bar is a major historical landmark that is rich with history and memories. Now modernized with refined yet casual indoor dining and the largest garden patio that is consistently voted as “Best Patio” by D Magazine and “Best Outdoor Dining” by OpenTable, this New American restaurant is much more than meets the eye.

Embracing its roots, the structure, foundation, and original Virgin de Guadalupe monument stand preserved. The food and cocktail menu includes refreshing drinks, crafty appetizers like the Bacon Jalapeño Sizzlers, and tempting entrées such as the Roasted Chicken and Sprouts with Sage Pan Sauce.  

On the second level of the red brick building, see scenes of Saint Ann as it used to be and explore The Ann & Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum: The Samurai Collection. With several hundred objects and armor, The Samurai Collection is the largest of its kind in the world.  

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