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About CBD Provisions
Located on Main Street in the heart of downtown Dallas, CBD Provisions is a spirited Texas brasserie that evinces the growing vitality of the central business district. This urban-rustic eatery features modern interpretations of Texas tavern fare from Executive Chef Richard Blankenship, who employs an artisanal sensibility and strong commitment to local and sustainably raised ingredients. CBD Provisions is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner every day of the week, and serves a complete menu until midnight on the weekends. The Sunday brunch is not to be missed. Menu items at CBD Provisions range from sourdough French toast with pecan nutella and bourbon barrel aged maple syrup for breakfast to Spicy Fried Rooster Leg for dinner. The interiors of CBD Provisions, conceived by New York-based design architect Claudia Woods, are equal parts rich and raw — historic brick walls, bronze cabinetry, rustic wood beam ceilings, tufted leather banquettes and antique mirrors.
Dallas, TX 75201
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast (Monday-Friday) 7am until 11am
Breakfast (Saturday-Sunday) 7am-10am
Lunch (Monday-Friday) 11am until 3pm
Brunch (Saturday-Sunday) 10am until 3pm
In Between Menu (Monday-Sunday) 3pm-5pm
Dinner (Monday-Thursday) 5pm until 10pm
Dinner (Sunday) 5pm-9pm
Dinner (Friday-Saturday) 5pm until 11am
$30 and under
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Complimentary valet parking is available directly in front of CBD Provisions on Main Street.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Weekend Brunch, Wine
CBD Provisions Ratings and Reviews
This was my third trip to CBD, like all things maybe interest fades with time. Some of my favorite items on the menu that to me, define their cuisine, have been taken off and are now on the lunch menu, the smoked fish dip, pimiento cheese and other delicious small plates. Although our waiter asked, they were not able to accommodate these items for dinner. Our server this night was extremely nice and very pleasant to talk with but not really up to the same standard of service that I have experienced there in the past. Service was slow even though this was certainly not a busy night for them. The food though, is still incredible which makes you want even more for everything else to be spot on! This meal was highlighted by the beginning and end. There was a fantastic farm fresh tomato salad with squash blossoms and a delicious vinaigrette that had tarragon vinegar, very delicate and perfect for summer. Dessert was a creamy lemon icebox pie with a delicious blue and blackberry compote, interestingly with basil in the compote. Certainly I will go willingly back to CBD but time to try something else.
I went for brunch on Saturday and I was surprised how empty the restaurant was. We needed up sitting at the bar because it was a tad more lively...meaning there might have been a handful more people. The Bloody Mary was good...not too spicy but a nice smiley flavor. The waiter/bartender was very pleasant and accommodating as he worked to let us order from the breakfast menu AND the brunch menu. Although i wish there were more small plate/app options. And more lighter options that don't involve omelets/eggs. The menu is heavy on that. Overall it was nice but will probably not be my first option.
We got there for brunch and found the menu didn't have many breakfast options. However, the waitress recommended Johnny Cakes dish which are cornbread pancakes with bacon and syrup. This dish was yummy. The Johnny Cakes were a cross between a pancake and a light hot water cornbread cake. Will definitely return for more. Bacon could've been thicker, but that still wouldn't stop me from ordering Johnny Cakes again.
My daughter and I visited CBD Provisions for Sunday Brunch and were pleasantly surprised. The wait staff was proper, well informed, and went out of their way to make sure we had a pleasurable dining experience. The food was delicious and a slight seasonal veggie substitution was met with accuracy and without hesitation. We plan to visit CBD Provisions again in the near future.
Our reservation was at 7:45pm and we were not seated until 8:45pm. Not too big of a complaint there because my dirty martini from the bar was AMAZING, and we were staying at the hotel so no rush on our part. There were many tables open so I'm assuming they weren't filling tables to capacity due to lack of staff. We were not at all impressed with our waiter once seated. He wasn't rude but he was not very attentive. My glass of wine sat empty for 10-20 mins before I was able to flag him down for a re-fill. The food was AMAZING but my steak was brought solo on a plate...no side items at all. Waiter failed to explain the ala carte sides, which yes the menu probably specified that but the waiter made no effort to see if we would've like sides with our meats.
Wonderful experience here. The food & drinks are fantastic & the staff are all friendly and helpful. Great place to impress a date or for an anniversary. Joy was the best server, didn't rush us, and even brought us champagne to celebrate, which was very appreciated. Highly recommend!
Great food and terrific service from Eleanor, our server. For starters I had the tempura fried veggies and my husband had oysters on the half shell from Massachusetts. They were both fantastic and the oysters were fresh and delicious. We had a bottle of Sauvignon Blanc from the Sancerre region Excellent paired with my roasted chicken and husband's grouper.
A wonderful night. We will return.
We were late for our reservation for brunch but the staff assured us it was no problem. We were immediately seated and our server gave us the necessary time to make our selections. The food was wonderful! Outstanding items were the pecan buns, Nancy's tamales and oatmeal crepes. Everything was well prepared allowing the fresh ingredients to delight the taste buds. Only complaint and it is small, our server did not come back after we received our main entries to take drink orders. We were half way through eating before drinks were brought to the table.
We went with friends (with whom we regularly eat out) to CBD Provisions for a Saturday evening dinner. We were all disappointed. Two of us had cocktails: these were good and begin the evening well enough. Our chief disappointment had to do with the wait staff. From the moment our waitress approached our table it was clear that she was NOT in a friendly mood or particularly disposed to be receptive to our questions about the menu. (Actually her attitude to us could be better described in more blunt and colorful language, but probably not language that Open Table would publish.) In short, her responses to our questions were clipped and not informative. For three of us, the entrees were adequately prepared, but for one of us the entree was not and the response of the wait staff was more or less "that's your problem, you ordered it." Another of our party asked for some extra toppings, and asked again, and again. They did arrive but only after a wait of ten to twelve minutes.
There are many new and exciting and fun restaurants in Dallas. It was our experience that CBD Provisions is not among these locations. And, in terms of value for money, CBD Provisions is, in our experience, more expensive than even some more highly rated restaurants. For those who wish to take a chance, however, know that valet parking on the Main Street side of the restaurant can be very busy and hard to spot. Choose the valet on the Commerce Street side.
Fabulous meal at CBD! Our server, Chad, made it extra special by making great suggestions on food and wine, and by being incredibly helpful, professional and nice.
Oysters, filet mignon, asparagus side dish and snapper special were just delicious. What a find! We will be back.
Food was really good and nicely presented. The server wasn't very attentive. Service was very slow. We waited 45 minutes for our food, and we had to ask why we waited so long. Server rarely checked in with us to see how it was going during the wait. There was no apology for length of time it took to get our food. We were just given food and that was it. Sure it was Mother's Day, but we got there at 9am. It wasn't that busy. When food was finally delivered, server commented that quick arrival wasn't their forte and that it was better to have it served fresh. Seems like she should have said "geez I am sorry it took so long, but I know the quality of the food will more than make up for your wait. and by the way, here is a complimentary food item" Is it possible that they weren't staffed appropriately? When all is said and done, I tried it out. Not itching to come back.
This is a go-to spot for job interview lunches. Our waiter was great, knowledgeable, fast, friendly. Had a super cool moustache. Our table ordered hummus, red chili, and the Cuban. All were well prepared and served at the perfect temperatures. In terms of atmosphere, there is a healthy mix of options. You can sit at a bar table, you can do normal seating in a less bustling section (for meetings) etc. So regardless of the occasion you can make it work. Good experience.
Went for Sunday brunch. No mention of any kind of mimosa or Bloody Mary special so we just had coffee and tea. My friend got the migas and the serving looked so small. He didn't seem to enjoy them because he pushed half of it to the side as if there were ingredients he didn't want to eat. I had the sour dough French toast. My serving was enormous/came on a platter. Too much of the sourdough came through and not enough egg and butter. Wasn't served w a ramekin of butter. Dusting of powdered sugar would've been nice.
CBD Provisions is a trendy restaurant that has a small but tasty menu. Service was excellent. We were running late and they were very accommodating to move our reservation. The onion soup was excellent, with pieces of beef to add a unique good flavor to the traditional fare. The red snapper fish of the day was pan seared to perfection and served in a bowl is peas, beans and a spicy sauce. The only minor complaint was the salt level was more than I cared for. The other main dish, a half chicken in a chipotle chimichurri had a nice glue and was moist but slightly undercooked (the bone marrow was red). Several other tables were served a massive pig special that was a sight to behold, worthy of a picture to memorialize the feast.
Wow, what a great breakfast spot! Hidden in the bottom of the Joule Hotel their Salmon Tartine is amazing, so much so I took coworkers back the following day so I could have it again but the portion is HUGE so split it with someone or come with an appetite. The wait staff is super and the beet juice was fresh and earthy! PLEASE visit this place for breakfast you will not be disappointed!
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