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2400 Allen Street in Uptown
Dallas, Texas 75204


State & Allen Kitchen+Bar is one of those Dallas neighborhood restaurants that's as real and as effortlessly fun as the people who frequent it.

A place for a quick cocktail, or impeccably prepared food accompanied by a selection from an impressive wine list.

We've Gone Green


Our Commitment to Green Dining in Dallas

We are doing our best to create a positive impact on the environment here at State & Allen—from using compostable and recyclable "Ecotainer" takeout containers, to reducing waste and becoming more energy-efficient, to participating in ecological projects, causes, and events.

How green is green? We recycle over 17,000 lbs of materials every month all year long!  Here's our Q3 Recycling Stats and Q4 Recycling Stats.

Bring Your Own Coffee Mug for Free Coffee at Sunday Brunch


Join us for Sunday Brunch on the patio, and bring your own coffee cup for a free cup of coffee. That's right: State and Allen is now encouraging our patrons to do their part to help our planet along with us. Every little thing that we do makes a big difference!

State & Allen Offers Compostable Takeout Containers

Another important move that we've made has to do with our paper products. We use recycled paper and supplies in our office, and, on the customer side, we've started buying Ecotainer products. Unlike traditional packaging, Ecotainers use a plastic lining made from plants. All products are compostable. Our plastic bags come from, and they are 100% biodegradable and will not harm the environment when they decompose. They're made with natural bioplastic polymers.

Would you like water?

No, we're not being stingy -- we're being green! We don't want to waste a drop, so our staff asks if you'd like water with your meal. This not only saves water -- but saves on energy used to make ice and wash your glass.

State & Allen Wins 1st Annual Mayor's Environmental Excellence Award

The MEEA “recognizes those in our community who are at the forefront of environmental stewardship and to recognize those who are thinking beyond today—beyond the quick-fix. The Mayor will be recognizing those who place thinking of the long term health and welfare of our city, our region and, most importantly, our children before their own needs.” The 2008 award was given to Angela Calabrese here at State & Allen for her environmental efforts on behalf of our restaurant... congratulations, Angela!

State & Allen Wins the Mayor's 2nd Annual Environmental Excellence Award for Small Businesses

State & Allen is setting the standard for environmental responsibility for restaurants and small businesses. We are the only Dallas restaurant to be a “Certified Green Restaurant” by the Green Restaurant Association and must follow very stringent guidelines to uphold their certification and continue setting the pace.

In 2009, we recycled 67,604 TONS of materials. We worked cooperatively with Stonewall Garden providing compost from their vegetable scraps in exchange for fresh vegetables. And, most importantly, we are continuing to improve our operations and community efforts to promote sustainability.

State & Allen is Participating in Earth Hour

On Earth Hour hundreds of millions of people around the world will come together to call for action on climate change by doing something quite simple—turning off their lights for one hour. The movement symbolizes that by working together, each of us can make a positive impact in this fight, protecting our future and that of future generations. Learn more about how Earth Hour began.

State & Allen Voted “Best Green Lunch” for Best of Dallas 2009

And yet, at State & Allen Lounge, they feel us. Like, they really feel us... There's enough fruit and veg we feel like we're diet-right, and enough meat we can grunt a bit and protein up. Plus, since State & Allen is all up on the green scene, we can get that silver bowl in a corn-derivative biodegradable to-go container if we need lunch on the fly...

Stonewall Gardens

Stonewall Gardens is a volunteer-operated non-profit organization that supports the learning garden at Stonewall Jackson Elementary. The Garden is a 20,000 square foot outdoor laboratory where students tend crops, study the ecosystem, and conduct scientific experiments using a hands-on approach in order to enrich their understanding of science and strengthen their connection to nature. Learn more about Stonewall Gardens and make a donation here.