Let’s Lunch with Bowen House

For a limited time, you can enjoy lunch with Bowen House from the comfort of your own home.

Photos by Tony Martinez & Susie Oszustowicz

While Bowen House’s dining room is closed, the staff are providing lunch from 11am-3pm through Favor, Postmates & Uber Eats. You can also call Bowen House directly at (214) 484-1385 for curbside pickup or delivery upon request through Alto.

Start with the Jalapeno Chopped Salad (Romaine, Tomato, Cucumber, Red Onion & Balsamic Vinaigrette $11, Add Chicken +5, Shrimp or Steak +7) and the L’Cassoulet (Mild Sausage, Bacon, White Bean, Tomato, Mirepoix, Sage, Rosemary, Thyme, Garlic-Parmesan Crust)

Still hungry? Order up the Mushroom Pappardelle (Shiitake Portobello, Fennel, Caramelized Onions, Thyme, Arugula, Pecans, Parmesan, Pernod) or John’s Roast Pork Sandwich (Broccoli Rabe, Roasted Peppers, Provolone, Hoagie Roll, Aus Jus). Looking to feed your family, get a couple extra items for the table-Chicken Tenders (served with Ranch, Honey Mustard and side of fries), Onion Rings (House Tempura with Ponzu) or Bag O’ Burgers (5 Single Patty Cheeseburgers and Box of Fries)

Also, dinner is available from 4pm-9pm daily. DIY Cocktail Kits (packaged with sealed 375 ml bottle and juices), Beer and Bottles of Wine are also available for purchase. To review menus, go to https://www.bowenhousetx.com/to-go or see attached. Please call ahead for all food, beverages and cocktail kits.

Follow Bowen House’s social media for how-to videos and the chance to join live cocktail classes.



About Bowen House

In 1861, Tennessee-born Ahab Bowen (1807 – 1900) moved to Dallas, where he was a farmer and feed dealer. He owned and cultivated the surrounding Uptown Dallas area, including the site where Bowen House is currently located (2614 Boll Street) The house was built for the Bowen family in 1874. It is one of the few remaining examples of the simple, wood frame, vernacular farmhouse prevalent in Dallas County during the latter part of the 19th century. The Ahab Bowen home was converted into a vintage store in 1976 and was owned and operated for 35 years before closing its doors in 2011.

In March 2014, Bowen House, a cocktails house concept was created. Guests can enjoy happy hour from 4pm-7pm everyday complete with original cocktails, local beers and wine. Nibble on the Fried Brie, Lemon Chive Deviled Eggs or the ever so popular Tuna Tacos while cleansing your palate with a specialty cocktail including the Bowen House Gin & Tonic or The Old Faithful Old Fashioned. To learn more, go to www.bowenhousetx.com/ or call 214.484.1385.

Current Hours:

Monday-Sunday Lunch 11am-3pm

Monday-Sunday Dinner 4pm-9pm