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#456 of 2,489 Restaurants in Dallas


$20 - $40
American, Bar
Lunch, Drinks, Dinner
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Reviewed June 22, 2021 via mobile

We landed at the Honor Bar just by chance after walking around Highland Park Village. It was an extremely pleasant afternoon and we requested outdoor seating. We shared the Burrata on toast and loved it. The flavors were fresh and delicious. My friend got the...Macho salad and declared it one of the best she’s ever had . The dressing set off the ingredients and the dates were an awesome surprise! I ordered the pan seared ahi tuna salad. The flavors of the tuna with mango, avocado, cilantro and almond vinaigrette was fabulous. The portions were perfect for a late lunch/early dinner.More

Date of visit: June 2021
Reviewed May 4, 2021 via mobile

This restaurant/bar is located in one of the most exclusive outdoor “malls” in Dallas. One will find the highest end stores here, as well as some good eating options. Our friends are regulars and their favorite foods that they ordered during our visit are the...trout dip, the omelet, and the crab cake. My daughter had a salad (made vegan by the absence of cheese) and I had the crispy chicken sandwich. I had to disassemble the sandwich to make it fit in my mouth. I tasted everyone’s dish and would call the food good but nothing exceptional. The service was outstanding and the outdoor seating charming, though cramped.More

Date of visit: May 2021
Reviewed March 31, 2021 via mobile

Terrible, tried to order 3 plates in the menu they were all sold out with no other options in the menu for us

Date of visit: March 2021
Reviewed January 14, 2021

The Honor Bar is located in the Highland Park Village and I have been eyeing this place for a while. We walked up with no reservation for a late lunch, so it was around a 20-30 minute wait. The patio was completely full and it...would have been over an hour wait so we went with dining inside which has nice booth seating. I really didn't know what to expect with the food, and reading through the menu I started to get a bit concerned with all of the salads on offer. The overall menu is a bit limited and I was really at a loss on what to order - other than the fries of course. We saw a lot of good reviews on the Honor Burger so got one of those, French Fries and an Old Fashioned while I mulled over the menu for a bit longer. Finally needed the help of our server, because who else would know best about what's good here. Tossing up between the Ahi Tuna Tartare and the Ahi Tuna with Shiitake Ponzu, which one has more flavour, she recommended the Ahi Tuna with Shiitake Ponzu, so went with that and hoped for the best. French Fries ($5) - Delicious, has some nice seasoning too and got extra of that. Very crispy and yum. The sauce which comes with it is really good too. Honor Burger ($18) - Honestly completely blown away with this. The Yelp pics deceived me and made it look like a healthy sandwich, but it's a proper burger and this was one of the most tastiest burgers I've tried. The meat was perfectly cooked and all the ingredients went together so well. This was truly amazing. Ahi Tuna with Shiitake Ponzu ($27) - I was really expecting to be quite upset with this. $27 for a salad basically, I thought. But I was so wrong. The Tuna was delicious and perfectly seared and the real treat - the salad!! Can you believe it, the kale salad was divine. And it was so filling! I thought I'd still be hungry after this, but no - really, really good - an awesome recommendation from our server. Old Fashioned ($15) - So, so - not the best Old Fashioned. Quantity 5/5 - Very filling - but I actually finished it all without getting it to go - which was a first. Probably more on the lines of - it was that good I was willing to over do it. Ambience 4/5 - Dim lit, cozy - very date night. The patio looks great too but recommend making a reservation beforehand. Service 5/5 - I know there's a lot of comments on here about poor service, but guess we were lucky because our server was amazing, friendly and very helpful. Spice - 0/5 - yes no spice, but still good. Taste 5/5 - Super yum! Loved everything we tried. The meat in the burger was top quality and everything was made to perfection!! Drinks 3/5 - Only tried the Old Fashioned. Had a lovely time here and will definitely be back for the burger and (eek) kale salad. Overall ambience is nice too and a great place to just chill out - definite weekend spot.More

Date of visit: November 2020
Reviewed November 14, 2020 via mobile

I gave 3 stars because they completely tried to rush out meal to turn the table quickly. Like 3 ppl tried to grab my plate when I was still eating and literally put the bill down when they did pick up our plates. And even...worse too our drinks away (water and iced tea) at the same time! What!!!! I was so thirsty and I don’t think 1 hour and 15 minute lunch is to long. Not to mention I was seeing my step mother for the first time since covid and celebrating her birthday!!! The food was good but will mot return bc this is the 3rd time this has happened!More

Date of visit: November 2020
Reviewed November 3, 2020

On 11/2, your receptionist told us to wait wait 20 minutes while 3 tables were open outside. She said she has other folks ahead of us with incomplete parties but she still has to wait on them to be complete!!! what kind of logic is...that???? Walked over to Mi Cocina and was served immediately. Discriminatory attitude!!!More

Date of visit: November 2020
Reviewed July 30, 2020

So sorry to have to write this negative review. HOWEVER... Although I have been a fan of this place in this past, I must let everyone know you should definitely avoid this place going forward. Here's why: I arrived at 11:10 am for a lunch...appointment and secured a table on the patio due to COVID- concerns. I am over 60 and have underlying health issues (as does my health colleague). While there, we saw not one, but two people stroll into and stay inside the restaurant with attire that the restaurant specifically outlines on its website as off-limits (backward baseball caps, athletic wear, flip-flops, etc.). We asked the servers about it and they said, "Well, we ask people not to do that, but..." Ah, I see. You ASK people to do it, but you don't really enforce your rules. But it gets better. After this (mind you, we are in polo shirts and dress slacks) I am approached by restaurant personnel when we leave -- 4.5 hours after I arrived. "Sir, do you need an Uber? We're happy to call you a ride." "Um, I had 3 small drinks over 4.5 hours and you think I need a ride? SERIOUSLY? I was a breach baby when I was born, which causes me to walk funny (my feet pronate unlike other people's). Really? Is THAT what this is about?" "We show you had 4 drinks." "Um, my colleague accidentally knocked both our drinks over shortly after you served them, and you kindly replenished them. The reality is, I've had 3 drinks in 4.5 hours. Less than one drink per hour. And, I expect you to know that. And yet, you don't? SERIOUSLY?" (Do you see any typos in this post, which I am making immediately after I returned home from this incident? Does this post appear to be one made by someone who is meaningfully inebriated? I am 65, and have never had one DUI in my entire life). This is the same restaurant group that refused to allow their servers to wear protective masks, until those servers went berserk and social media demanded they be allowed to protect themselves. And the restaurant group eventually (under social media pressure) relented. I sort of overlooked that incident until today, Truly, this place is a nanny/authoritarian state. Wow, I cannot believe how I was treated and I STRONGLY encourage people to stay away from this place, given my treatment there. Sad but true. People strolling in, violating their web-site dress code, but I am treated like a law-violator when they are the ones who are unable to discern I had 3 drinks, in 4.5 hours rather than 4. WOW. Stay away!More

Date of visit: July 2020
Reviewed September 25, 2019 via mobile

Located in Highland Park Village. It is a really good place for lunch. It’s location makes it upscale so be prepared for such in the pricing. They do take reservations but won’t seat you until your entire group is present. They have a full bar...but not really much space to wait. There is an outdoor patio with some seating for dining. Indoor tables are pleasant. The burger is really quite good.More

Date of visit: September 2019
Reviewed September 3, 2019

This place has it. Great food good location great drinks. Friendly staff enjoy the chicken sandwich. Not just any ordinary samwich. Like many of their dishes a twist and touch in the combinations that make them delicious. I can't tell you I. This review to...spoil it. Start your culinary adventure by ordering drinks. Move to the appetizer the. Go for the main. You won't be disappointed. The great thing is just about everythinhpg on the menu is good. I habe ran through most of it with friends and family on multiple visits. It's that good you WILL go back.More

Date of visit: July 2019
Reviewed August 6, 2019 via mobile

Our friends have been here many times and brought us along this time. We were thrilled at the food and the service. They had shrimp Louie salad and we had the macho salad. Both were excellent.

Date of visit: August 2019
Reviewed July 6, 2019

The Honor Bar has an attractive outdoor patio with a large oak tree towering above and an attractive bar and dining area inside. There is a very nice upscale atmosphere, but you are paying for Highland Park Village when they charge $7 for a Miller...Lite and the cheapest wine to be found is $12. The guacamole with chips were good,as was the service,but due to the high prices for what you get, we probably wouldn't visit to often. It's one of those places where you can easily afford, but don't want to afford and wonder what their monthly rents are. I think a lot of the diners want to be seen frequenting the restaurant.More

Date of visit: June 2019
Reviewed May 31, 2019 via mobile

Planned to go with friends to Honor Bar on Sunday for dinner. My husband and I got there early and sat at the inside bar so we could put our name on the list for dinner as no reservations are taken. We ordered a lovely...bottle of champagne at 630pm and proceeded to wait for our friends to arrive at 7pm. Not many people there so felt our 7pm meeting time would be fine and I was really looking forward to having a lovely meal since we had only had drinks there but no dinner. Our party arrived and the 5 of us were seated at 7pm so all was looking good. Then, when we started to order, Everything we ordered, was unavailable. They finally stated they were out of bread, shrimp, eggs and bacon. They did have bread but not the kind to be used on the pork sandwich and the shrimp they had was for shrimp cocktail. There was no flexibility or trying to make things work with food available. And, if they were so lacking in supplies, they should have informed us at first or not served dinner that night. Totally unacceptable in this level of restaurant. We paid our bar tab and left to walk across the street for a totally wonderful and memorable meal at another restaurant-Cafe Pacific. I was really looking forward to having dinner at Honor Bar but as the name implies-it a bar! The one star is for the bar chatter, bartenders and the champagne which we enjoyed. Lesson learned.More

Date of visit: May 2019
Reviewed April 27, 2019 via mobile

If you have children you might want to avoid going to Honor Bar in Highland Park Village. We live walking distance to HPV and my wife loves taking our 14 month son to the village for lunch. All the restaurants in HPV are extremely kid...friendly and go over the top to accommodate them with the EXCEPTION of HONOR BAR!!!!! In fact Honor Bar and their managers go out of their way to make sure you know that your children are not wanted there. Just the other day my wife went there at 11:30 am asked if she could be seated on the patio. The extremely rude host " Susan " asked how many? My wife said 2 and a half. Susan asked what's the half?? My wife responded with my baby!!! Susan immediately said we don't have high chairs, my wife said that's not a problem he will sit in his stroller, Susan then proceeded to tell my wife it would be an hour and thirty min wait for a table when there were 3 open table on the patio and one person waiting in front of my wife. I wish this was the first time this has happened but it's not. This is the third occasions. My wife decided to go across the street to MiCocina who happily seated her and my son on the patio immediately!! I decided to go over to Honor bar to have a little discussion with this lady. When I approached her I asked if I could speak to her!! She responded in her crappy attitude voice and said ABOUT WHAT!!! Who do these people think they are. Do they not realize HPV is built on families ? I will never step foot in Horror Bar again ! Didn't know until yesterday that there are restaurants like HONOR BAR that DISCRIMINATE against women with babies!! I will be taking my business to MiCocina , Bistro 31, Union Pizza and Byrd Bakery's and I suggest any other parents with small children do the same and avoid the nasty people at Honor Bar!!More

Date of visit: April 2019
Reviewed April 23, 2019

Another birthday celebration! I love the outdoor seating as well as the interior of the restaurant. Unfortunately, our booth was at the end corner of the bar area, which I didn't really favor, and as a group of 6 ladies, it was a little tight...seating.The lunch food menu was fine, maybe a bit limited, but I loved my shrimp salad. The fries were top notch, but the chicken sandwiches, although big in size were somewhat oily. What mattered the most was that our birthday friend was happy! Our waitress was very personable. I would love to visit again for dinner to sit at the patio.More

Date of visit: April 2019
Reviewed April 13, 2019 via mobile

Great patio in Highland Park Village. This little neighborhood gem enjoys good food, diverse wine list and great service. You must arrive early if you want patio seating as it’s small.

Date of visit: April 2019
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The Honor Bar is rated accordingly in the following categories by Tripadvisor travelers:
  • Food: 4
  • Service: 4.5
  • Value: 4