St. Martin’s Wine Bistro moving to new location in East Dallas

French restaurant St. Martin’s Wine Bistro is set to relocate to Old East Dallas after it closes its doors in Lower Greenville on May 20th. The establishment’s management team has been tight-lipped about the new location’s specifics, however, filings with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation list the restaurant’s new address as 4223 Bryan Street, Dallas. On May 8th, the company disclosed the permanent closure of its previous location at 3020 Greenville Avenue via social media.

According to filings, renovations for the new space are expected to be completed by September of this year, though no official opening date has been set. St. Martin’s Wine Bistro’s management team has assured followers on social media that they will continue to provide updates on the new location as they become available.

St. Martin’s has garnered praise for its romantic ambiance and regular live piano performances, earning it a loyal following of patrons. The restaurant’s elegant atmosphere and indulgent French cuisine have kept diners coming back time and time again.

Despite the closure of its original location, it is clear that St. Martin’s Wine Bistro’s fans can rest assured that the spirit of the restaurant will persist in its new home. Its relocation to Old East Dallas presents the opportunity for the establishment to continue offering its sumptuous fine dining experiences while reaching a new audience.

Those interested in keeping up to date with the latest developments on the restaurant’s new location are encouraged to follow St. Martin’s Wine Bistro on social media or visit their website at The restaurant’s phone line, 214-826-0940, remains open for inquiries and future reservations.

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