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About Origin Kitchen + Bar
Origin Kitchen + Bar features seasonal craft cuisine highlighting expertly sourced ingredients. Origin's cyclical menu celebrates the flavors of each season using the freshest ingredients presented with a rustic sensibility.
Origin's beverage program offers hand-crafted cocktails, a diverse and accessible wine list and a variety of beers highlighting local breweries. Our passion for fresh, seasonal flavors drives a seasonal cocktail menu celebrating classic cocktails with a unique approach.
Dallas, TX 75205
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday-Friday: 7:30am-10:30am
Lunch: Monday-Friday: 10:30am-2:00pm
Dinner: Tuesday-Friday: 5:00pm-10:00pm
Brunch: Saturday: 8:30-2:00pm, Sunday: 9am-3:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Origin Kitchen + Bar has a private lot for our customers.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Counter Seating, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Origin Kitchen + Bar Ratings and Reviews
As usual, Origin did not fail us. I had the sweet potato hash with avocado, my husband had the same with beef, and his friend had the same with chicken. All were delicious. My other friend had the kale salad and she said it was great! Plus, they serve bullet-proof coffee. What is not to like?
By far one of the best brunches we have had in dallas! As New Yorkers we can a bit picky when it comes to our food but origin exceeded our expectations. We left feeling very full but not bloated and tired like we normally do after a big brunch.
Origin is a great option for paleo peeps that have friends and family don't don't observe the lifestyle. They have options for both. Some of the brunch highlights were the super fluffy pancakes with the maple cream and the sweet potato hash with eggs and chicken sausage. The acai bowl was also delish!
We are flying home today but we will definitely back!
I had the grilled chicken salad. They brought me whipped cream for the dressing by mistake. It basically ruined my appetite. The waiter was clueless and didn't seem to care. He said oh I guess I brought you the stuff that goes on our waffles. I brought a friend here for the first time. I was embarrassed that I chose this restaurant. Service was poor. Food was less than desirable. Won't go again.
The address is McKinney Avenue, but that is actually the back doorway so you need to go through the restaurant to find the host stand which is a bit strange.
Food quality is wonderful. Items are very fresh and portions are large. The chicken nacho appetizer had malanga chips, fresh tomatoes, and high quality chicken---plenty to share. Shrimp & grits was very rich and flavorful. My friend had the brisket tacos and loved them. Sadly, service was a bit off, beverages were not well attended and at times, it seems they had Team service and other times a server would appear totally lost as to which course we were eating/ordering, then the original server who had been absent for a long time would reappear.
Food was exceptional and worthy of a return trip.
This neighborhood gem is great for Breakfast too!! There aren't many breakfast restaurants that do fresh ingredients at an accessible price. The Maple Syrup is real, not imitation!! Most popular places have great pancakes and french toast, but use artificial syrup. This one gesture demonstrates the extreme attention to detail and the commitment to real food that is fresh and authentic. The chicken sausage is also a rare find on most breakfast menus. The food i fresh, not friend and greasy drowning in gravy. There are many delicious comfort food menu options with fresh ingredients that are delicious and healthy. My only suggestion to them would be to get a juicer and serve fresh squeezed O.J. Be sure to make a reservation because there is nothing like it in town. A+
Excellent family dinner at a highly underrated restaurant. Origin has some of the most interesting menu items in the area, offering local ingredients, innovative cocktails and a relaxed atmosphere. The bar was trying out a new spring cocktail and they asked us to oblige in a tasting which we happily did. We love Origin!
The food was absolutely horrible. It took 3 times to get the check right. Mine never was right. I was told to just initial on the itemized receipt and never got a credit card receipt. Bread was cold, hard and seemed to be from days before. Waiter was not attentive. Menu was not suitable for lunch - really just brunch. They advertised salmon, but did not have it and wanted to substitute halibut. Extremely disappointing.
The food is so good, paleo friendly, and the portions are quite large, a really good deal. We love everything about the menu but the service for weekend brunch in particular can be incredibly slow. They serve brunch every day and we greatly prefer the service during the week.
I did like the ambience of the restaurant, the openness and brightness. The food selection was colorful and detailed and of course everything looked delicious. The shaved Brussels sprouts w/ salmon was delicious and filling, needed a little salt, but I fixed it up. I think I'll try the Hash Bowl next time for sure, with a mimosa.
By far one of my favorite places to eat in Dallas. The staff is friendly and the food is wonderful (and great for people following paleo or gluten-free diets). Chicken nachos made with malanga chips, and warm Brussels Sprouts salad with hanger steak are two of favorites!
Not a good welcome. We sat at the kitchen bar and should have known something was wrong when the people sitting next to us sent back their food. Service was slow and drinks were not good, classic drink made way too sweet. Bad vibe so we had an app and left for another restaurant. Will never good back. Seemed like it is not runner to well
Origins is located in the same strip center as Roti Grill, which made it easy for me to find. I booked this restaurant for a date night. The menu was somewhat limited but they had excellent craft cocktails. My husband had a cherry Old Fashioned that he loved and I had the Mangonada, which reminded me of Tamarind - very spicy but yummy. We enjoyed the Bruschetta which was fabulous, and then ordered our main courses. I ordered the shrimp & pasta special which was angel hair past with shrimp and an alfredo sauce. The alfredo sauce was light, the shrimp perfectly cooked. Absolutely delectable. My husband was not as impressed with the food options but he ordered the Hangar Steak and seriously enjoyed it. It comes on a bed of brussel sprouts which he loved too. One thing that was odd was that the waitstaff was all over the place. We were seated by someone who ended up taking our drink & appetizer orders, then were asked by someone else how things were. We were then supposed to order the main course from a third person. And a fourth came and took our check. The ambiance was also odd because the food and the waitstaff approach the meal like a high end place - bringing the food all at once and describing it and such. But there were TVs playing the football game all over. I'll go again and will recommend.
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