Close your eyes. Imagine Andy Warhol and Tim Burton collaborating on a new venue, and there you have it, Dallas’ new hot spot, Winston’s Supper Club. The club has been popular in Dallas for the last year, but it’s slowing trying to tweek that definition and launch as a dining destination, as well. Unlike any other site in Dallas, Winston’s Supper Club offers guests a unique and fresh encounter that was previously unknown in Dallas. Reminiscent of New York and Los Angeles, owner and creative genius Adam Cleland has created a space in the Oak Lawn area that fuses the modern, avant garde, eclectic and quirky in one delicious space.
Recently, I stopped by with some friends to try their late night menu. The drinks were supurb. Winston’s bartenders are class acts, and can make a variety of liquid delicious… from skinny margaritas to the ultimate mojitos, we were pleased by all the selections.
To start out taste sampling, we started out with chicken and waffles. The description seemed rich and decadent, but was the offering was surprisingly bite-sized, succulent and delicious. The tuna tartare was a nice attempt but needed some work. But with the chicken and gouda flatbread and the chocolate cake we were happy campers, and there were smiles all around. The chocolate cake contained luscious mounds of chocolate and was satisying.
The patio area is nice, but the tables were simply too low to enjoy a true dinner service, however they are perfect for appetizers or light snacks with friends. The manager did offer to allow us to sit inside, but no one likes to sit in an empty restaurant. Winston’s scored high marks for it’s unique decor, great service, and fun atmosphere.
Unfortunately, I wouldn’t call it a foodie destination, just yet, but it is well on it’s way.
Winston’s Supper Club
3111 Welbourne Avenue, Suite 110
Dallas , TX 75219