Lawry’s Dallas Location Shuts Doors After 40 Years

Lawry’s Dallas Location Shuts Doors After 40 Years

After 40 years, Lawry’s The Prime Rib in Dallas is closing. The restaurant expresses gratitude to loyal guests, staff, and the community, inviting them to celebrate the memorable journey, according to a Local Profile article. They say, 


“After 40 years in Dallas, Lawry’s The Prime Rib is closing. The restaurant, along the Dallas North Tollway between Belt Line Road and Spring Valley Road, is not expected to relocate. 


“We want to thank our loyal guests, staff, colleagues and the community for 40 unforgettable years,”  a statement from Lawry’s read. “In the coming weeks, we hope you join us to celebrate our time in this great city with the best Prime Rib and Lawry’s warm hospitality.”’


Lawry’s The Prime Rib’s final day is pending, continuing normal operations until then. A Dallas culinary staple since 1983, it was known for elegance and prime rib dining, according to a Culture Map Dallas article. It says, 


“Their final day is still TBA, but the restaurant will continue normal operations until then.


Lawry’s The Prime Rib had been a staple of the Dallas culinary scene since it opened in 1983, originally on Maple Avenue, where it was known for its elegance, hospitality, and prime rib dining experience. It was one of only three locations in the U.S., with the other two in California and Las Vegas.”


CEO Ryan O’Melveny Wilson expresses gratitude to Dallas and staff, announcing Lawry’s closure with a focus on global expansion, embracing new opportunities for their enduring brand.