Where We Were: Saint Ann

School is in session at Saint Ann, where a back-to-basics approach means simple, yet elegant dishes served in a really cool space.

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The original Saint Ann structure was built in 1927 as Dallas’ first school for Hispanic children, then, in 1946, the building was enlarged for Dallas’ first Hispanic high school for girls. Now it's just a great place to grab good gub or sip adult chocolate milk on its expansive patio.
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Seared scallops with poblano grits tossed with a cilantro lime vinagrette.
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Chef Michael Guerrero substitutes as "The Lunch Lady" at Saint Ann. Just kidding. He's the man behind the yummy menu!
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The Bolognese dip is a bowl of red sauce mixed with beef, shallots, pork, basil, garlic and mozzarella served with garlic crustini toasts.
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The tomato mozzarella salad is colorful layers of flavor comprised of heirloom tomatoes and marinated fresh cheese with a balsamic reduction.
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Saint Ann is the newest bar/resto to open in Uptown. Check it out now before the masses sashay over and take it over!
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Shaved beef sandwich with thinly sliced prime ribeye, house made horseradish cream, provolone cheese and onion broth.
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Neapolitan-style pizza -- yum!
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