Hotel Crescent Court Renovation Welcomes New Champagne Bar

Hotel Crescent Court in Uptown Dallas recently opened Beau Nash, an upscale champagne bar and cocktail lounge. The opening of the venue is just one part of a $30 million property-wide renovation. The champagne bar pays homage to the see-and-be seen restaurant of the same name which operated in the hotel from 1986 to 2004 and is situated among the marble floors and tall limestone columns of the hotel’s Great Hall on the lobby level.

The menu at Beau Nash consists of more than a dozen craft beers including Texas-made favorites from Spoetzl Brewery in Shiner, Community Beer Company of Dallas, and Saint Arnold Brewing Company of Houston. The list of signature cocktails includes many made with champagne such as the Uptown ’86 made with Absolut Elyx Vodka, Grand Marnier, peach pureé and G.H. Mumm Brut Champagne. Beau Nash offers an extensive list of wines, champagnes and sparkling wines from $50 per bottle up to $170 per bottle. The bar also features a large selection of scotch, whiskey and cognac.

The food menu features a selection of salads, small plates, large plates and desserts. Hungry bar guests will not be disappointed by cuisine offerings such as jumbo lump crab cakes, Tsar Nicoulai caviar and grilled tenderloin of beef with baked potato and caramelized Texas mushrooms. Finally, patrons can complete a great meal with one of the bars decadent deserts like the champagne sorbet, Vahlrona Chocolate fondue or the Ott sundae made with brownies, cookies, toasted marshmallows, toffee sauce and candied pecans.

For 30 years the 186 guest room and 40 suite Hotel Crescent Court has anchored The Crescent, an 11-acre mixed-use development offering dozens of retail stores and restaurants as well as easy access to the Dallas Arts District. The hotel offers many amenities including The Spa at The Crescent, a fitness center and rooftop pool. For meeting planners, the hotel provides nearly 24,000 square feet contained in 17 different spaces which can accommodate seated events of up to 250 people and receptions for up to 500 guests.

“Beau Nash, Hotel Crescent Court’s new champagne bar and cocktail lounge, is the ideal place for hosting groups and events of various sizes. The dynamic space is sophisticated, yet casual and approachable, creating a multidimensional setting that inspires all. It’s situated on the lobby level of the hotel, making it easily accessible and an equally appealing venue for family celebrations, company happy hours, private parties, community celebrations, business mixers and more. The entire Hotel Crescent Court team makes private events their top priority with the goal of exceeding our client’s expectations,” says Andrew Davidson, general manager for Hotel Crescent Court.

Hotel Crescent Court is located less than five miles from downtown Dallas, 15 minutes from Love Field and 30 minutes from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. The hotel offers a courtesy car within a five-mile radius which is subject to availability. Beau Nash is open seven days a week for hotel guests as well as locals and the dress code is smart casual.

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