In The News
State & Allen in the Media – in Dallas and Beyond
If you have eaten with us before here in Uptown, you already know how great our food is, how spectacular our service is and how much you’ll enjoy lounging and people-watching from our patio. If you haven't had a chance to stop by yet, check out what magazines and customer review sites have been saying about State and Allen Kitchen+Bar and our catering services through Savory.
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NBC 5 DFW
"Savory Catering, from the earth-friendly folks who brought us State and Allen Lounge, is also offering full holiday meals for the taking. Featuring numerous main dish and side options, bread and dessert, you can take care of business for $15 per person." Read More
Dallas Observer "City of Ate" blog
"Speaking of wine, State & Allen Lounge has updated its wine list and summer menu. New vinos include Aussie Cabernet blend First Drop's "The Red One," Spanish Vinos Sin Ley's "Gordo," Chilean Sauvignon Blanc Errazuriz Estate and more. New food offerings include wheat pasta and chicken, fish tacos and summer soups..." Read More
D Magazine's Side Dish blog
"State and Allen Lounge... are having a pre-party on Saturday night too. They are going to have shrimp etoufee, drink specials, and very importantly, Mardi Gras beads and masks so we can look appropriate when we arrive downtown. For more info, call 214-239-1990." Read More
With Earth Day coming up on April 22, VeeV is planting a tree for every VeeV “Treetini” cocktail ordered at participating bars and restaurants in 10 U.S. metro markets iin April. Treetinis are sold in all locations of the Gerber Group, Simply Pasta (New York), Uncommon Ground (Chicago), Forge (Miami), Stingaree (San Diego), Blue Velvet (Los Angeles), the State and Allen Lounge (Dallas), and Bar Loui (Las Vegas)."
D Magazine's "Cheap Eats" feature
"Uptowners pack State and Allen Lounge’s large patio every night of the week, but on Mondays, they come for the half-off pizza special. Go for the 12-inch thin-crust Jimmy’s sausage pie covered with sautéed red and green peppers ($5). Good people-watching is always no charge." Read More