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.
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
The menu is unusual and offers options n ...
The menu is unusual and offers options not seen in other restaurants. We chose from the appetizers rather than entrees, because we have small appetites. All of our choices were quite spicy, not sure if this is the norm for all the entrees or not.
Service was very fast and attentive, almost too much for a relaxing dinner. The food arrived in record time.
Be sure and make reservations this is a popular place.
Food is great, but not the best we had. ...
Food is great, but not the best we had. The service is outstanding. The atmosphere is AWESOME. Cocktail is a little price. I had shrimp and crab cocktails, and onion soup for starters. The onion soup was very unique and tasty. The fish gumbo was good too, very different from traditional gumbos. But the lettuce salad was only average, definitely not worth the price. The thanksgiving dessert-pumpkin trifle with marshmallow, wasted good as well!
We went here for Thanksgiving, thinking ...
We went here for Thanksgiving, thinking that we would have the same great experience that we had last year. Unfortunately, the food was a couple of notches below that served last year, and there was simply no "value" for the quality of food served. While the turkey itself was acceptable, it was certainly not worth $35 by itself without any sides; there was simply nothing special about it. The other entrees on the menu were very limited and nothing special in the least.
The table close to the open kitchen was unsettling, both because the entire restaurant was too warm and because every smell coming from the kitchen (mostly bad) enveloped our table. I've sat in a similar spot before and never had this problem at CBD.
Service was adequate, but nothing special.
We will be looking for a different spot next year for Thanksgiving. Very disappointing.
Came for brunch with another couple. Gre ...
Came for brunch with another couple. Great food. Service was just okay. A bit slow. Espresso was cold and never got the croissant we ordered. Coffee was good and hot. Everyone like their meals. Good portion sizes.
We have just relocated to the Dallas are ...
We have just relocated to the Dallas area and have been exploring the food scene over the past couple of weeks. CBD is our new "spot" amazing food and drinks! Andrew was our waiter for the evening and made us feel comfortable from the start, explaining the menu with a great understanding of the ingredients for both menus (drinks and food). Simply a perfect meal from the Chicken Liver Toast to the Banana Trifle.
It was good not great esp. for the price ...
It was good not great esp. for the price. Atmosphere was great. Server was slow and spent most of her time eating with her trainee up at the food pick up area in front of all the customers which I think is a health code violation.
Although I had read good reviews of this ...
Although I had read good reviews of this restaurant, we were disappointed. My husband ordered the special, pan-fried grouper, which was badly seasoned. It was supposed to be accompanied by a gumbo--and I suppose the tiny amount of sauce it came with could have been described as such, if one were really imaginative. Overall the food was mediocre at best.
The food was underwhelming and drenched ...
The food was underwhelming and drenched in Tabasco. Even the Bloody Mary was bland. The staff was inattentive and the atmosphere was more like a cafeteria. The "shrimp cocktail" was salsa mixed with chopped frozen shrimp and crabmeat and was not what we expected. The best thing we are was the side of grits.
Went on a quiet evening. The food was i ...
Went on a quiet evening. The food was interesting and good, the service very nice. Nothing extraordinary. The main annoyance was the smell - the kitchen hoods don't work well and so we left smelling like the restaurant kitchen.
We were annoyed that it took so long to ...
We were annoyed that it took so long to seat us. We got there at 6:50 or so and we had a 7pm reservation. We told them that we had a show to get to at 8pm and they said they would accommodate us. We did not get seated until almost 7:20. The thing is that the restaurant was half full! Empty tables everywhere! Maybe they were short staffed but who cares? Seat us at our reservation time and do the best that you can. We ended up having to rush through our meal and the staff did not seem to have any sense of urgency to help us out.
Disappointed with service on this visit ...
Disappointed with service on this visit when I took two business colleagues for dinner. The location is great for out of town visitors, atmosphere is fun, and the food is consistent. They did move my reservation to an earlier time which was very accommodating!
Our visit was very lovely. The entire st ...
Our visit was very lovely. The entire staff was helpful and very friendly. RJ our server did an spectacular job! We came for the avocado toast and unfortunately they longer had it on the menu as it is seasonal however RJ double checked if there was any way they could make an order for us they couldn't but RJ's willingness to help was impressive. Best coffee in Dallas is an understatement we loved to coffee so much and RJ even gave us some to go. Overall experience was amazing!
CBD just does makes great food with grea ...
CBD just does makes great food with great staff in a great environment. We appreciate dedicated staff who take pride in their work and want to talk about the great things available. Add the really expert and thoughtful treatment of the food in a laid back environment and I humbly ask the owners to open a new location in Sacramento, CA please.
We eat at CBD anytime we come to Dallas and encourage anyone who likes phenomenal food without the pretense to try it out.
CBD is one of my favorite food locations ...
CBD is one of my favorite food locations in downtown. Connected to the Joule hotel, this place serves market fresh foodie fare that doesn't skimp on portions. I had the Whole Hog Cuban Sandwich with the soup of the day. It's a lot of food. And perfectly done. And delicious. Highly recommend. Bring someone you like. I suspect they will enjoy it too.
Our food order was lost and so it took 1 ...
Our food order was lost and so it took 1 hour, 20 minutes to receive our food. That is totally unacceptable for a business luncheon. Our waiter kept telling us it was coming out. Finally had to get the manager involved. To her credit, she did comp the meal.
The food and ambiance were excellent, bu ...
The food and ambiance were excellent, but the prices were exceptionally high for Dallas. ~$15 cocktails, ~$20 appetizers, ~$40 entrees. I lived in NYC for over 10 years and the prices were pushing it even for that location. There are a lot of excellent restaurants in Dallas that have Dallas prices.
From the moment we walked in the staff m ...
From the moment we walked in the staff made us feel welcomed. They were not hovering, but anytime we needed something they were right there. The menu selections were quite diverse, so there were several choices to fit everyone's palate. Since it was a Friday night, we were a little concerned about the noise, but even though the restaurant was crowded, it was not loud. A perfect spot to celebrate our Anniversary.
Visited for my grandfathers birthday to ...
Visited for my grandfathers birthday to treat him to some pig head carnitas. This dish lives up to the hype it was amazing and probably one of my favorite dishes in Dallas. Service was on point and food is outstanding.
this was my second time dining at CBD. ...
this was my second time dining at CBD. The first time, they had run out of the crispy pigs head. This time around, I pre-ordered it, and was able to try it. It was very good. Unfortunately, the service was so bad, it ruined everything else about the meal. it took almost an hour after we were seated before we had any food on the table...it's possible that it takes that long to prepare the pigs head, and we ordered it as a starter. If so, our server should have made that really clear very quickly, as I brought it up as soon as we were seated that I had reserved 2 of them for our party of 10.
Then they "just" ran out of the wine I ordered....then they only had 1 of the special crispy whole fish left when we ordered 2 of them for our main courses...it went on and on.....this started at 7:30 on a Friday night. I'm sorry, but you just don't get to run out of specials that early at the start of the weekend. The restaurant was not that busy, there was a major convention in town and they should be better at ordering....overall a disappointing experience...
Celebratory lunch with a group of 7 coll ...
Celebratory lunch with a group of 7 colleagues and everyone loved their food! Great downtown Dallas location, easy walk from much of the surrounding area, located off Main St, in the lobby of the Joule Hotel... The service is impeccable, the food has a unique twist and is deliciously hot and yummy. The noise level is much more comfortable than other places we've gone to lunch, so it was the right choice for our group to celebrate my 35th work anniversary!! This gem at the Joule is worth the trip!!
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