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Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck sits high atop Reunion Tower, Dallas’ iconic 560-foot landmark with its distinctive glowing ball. Diners enter the contemporary restaurant on the 50th floor and are greeted by floor-to-ceiling windows offering 360-degree views of the city from the dramatic, revolving dining room. Served within a warmly sophisticated modern interior, the menu features Wolfgang’s creative, contemporary interpretations of Asian dishes, accompanied by an extensive wine list, Asian beers and sake by the bottle and glass. Two bars provide more casual, but no less stylish, dining options. Business casual dress is required. No flip flops, t-shirts or shorts will be allowed.
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Phone: (214) 712-7255

Phone: (214) 712-7145

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all major credit cards, amex, discover, master card, visa
Price Range
Hyatt Regency-Dallas
Central Dallas, Reunion District, Downtown Dallas
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Five Sixty By Wolfgang Puck

Wolfgang Puck

560 By Wolf Gang Puck

American Restaurants, Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Valet

Wi-Fi: No

Bike Parking: No

Attire: Dressy

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Takes Reservations: Yes

Outdoor Seating: No


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With the representation, You ...

With the representation, You would expect a quiet higher class restaraunt that you would be proud to take a date to. Unfortunately, When we got to the restaraunt, we found the dress code not being enforced, the music louder than a club and not appropriate for a restaraunt, and the service not the best--they were not inviting and almost rushed to get us out. This is not a place for an anniversary dinner and pretty much ruined ours. The next night we went about for blocks to bob's steak and chop house, so much better. It was a better atmosphere, everyone was very inviting, really the prtions were more and even less expensive. The food was good at five sixty but not so good that everthing else doesn't matter. So if planning a nice dinner date go to Bob's it is far better choice



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Still a tourist spot

I've grown up in Dallas and have long assumed that any restaurant atop Reunion Tower was for tourists. I've eaten at Antares and always felt that I was paying for the view and putting up with the food. I was hoping Wolfgang Puck's place would improve upon that opinion and indeed, it has. That being said, there is better dining to be had in Dallas at a less lofty height. Is is worth the trip up and the hefty price tag? Yes, but I will not be a regular.

First impression is that the bar/sushi bar area resembles a coffee bar in the Rome or Athens airport (not the chic ones that abound...the airport). Cramped, brightly lit and completely lacking in warmth. Warmth isn't always needed, but a less clinical and purely utilitarian feel would have been nice. The dining room is a huge improvement on the entry with warmth and beauty in spades. The food was quite good if not quite the right temperature - green curry should still be served warm/hot right? It is what you would expect of Wolfgang Puck and it is well done. Our waiter was fun, informative and leaned more toward a tourist waiter than a fine dining waiter...but in charming and again very warm.

I would definitely consider taking out of towners there to see the views and get good food. But for my local palate, I'd rather spend my money at Abacus, Craft or numerous other fine dining spots.