Inside a Dallas historic landmark built in 1924 is another type of landmark. This one, a restaurant. Beginning with breakfast and on through the day to a late-dinner seating, the Landmark offers guests unique spins on classic American fare. The rise-and-shine set enjoys the likes of grilled 4-ounce prime beef tenderloin filet with two farm-fresh eggs over a potato cake with demi-glace as well as green chili and black bean migas with chili-spiced hash browns. Dinner starts off with apps like seared day-boat scallops accompanied with house-made chorizo and celeriac puree. Chef Michael Pacheco and his staff provide guests with dishes barely left of familiar, including roasted lamb T-bones with cranberry almond wild rice and broccolini, all in a warm, slightly beyond casual atmosphere.