The Statler, a redevelopment of a classic hotel building, announced Tuesday that it has partnered with Dallas-based Epic F&B, LLC to concept and operate all of the food service in the hotel.
Epic F&B will manage the hotel's five restaurant and bar outlets, catering, ballroom/event space and room service.
Local chef Graham Dodds will head all kitchen operations for The Statler. The hotel's six food and beverage outlets include:
Overeasy: Serving farm-to-table breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and featuring a gourmet coffee bar, counter seating and patio on Commerce Street overlooking Main Street Gardens
Scout: A 12,000 square foot social space offering a scratch American menu with shareable items and craft beer on tap. Scout will feature live music, flat screen televisions, four bowling lanes, four Ping-Pong tables, billiards tables and foosball.
Fine China: A full-service lunch and dinner Pan-Asian restaurant and cocktail bar, featuring sake, Japanese whiskies, high tea, communal seating, private rooms and weekend DJs
Bourbon & Banter: Underground cocktail lounge with an extensive bourbon and whiskey library, and craft cocktails; Open from 4 p.m. until late
Waterproof: Poolside roof deck bar & lounge, situated on the 19th- floor, offering 360-degree panoramic views, weekend DJs, resort-style service and craft cocktails
Grand Ballroom: A nearly 12,000 square foot flexible space that will play host to A-list concerts, large-scale events, and will be downtown's premiere wedding destination; Full of history, this ballroom once featured performers including Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett and Michael Jackson.
The Statler is a modern redevelopment of a classic Dallas hotel. Residents have already started moving into part of the building that has been redone as apartments. The hotel portion of the building is set to open within the next year.