TCC Welcomes Sloane’s Corner to the Dallas Arts District

After being in the hospitality industry for 40 years, Tim McEneny decided it was time to switch things up and create a new restaurant concept named after his seven-year-old daughter. Sloane’s Corner has finally arrived and we can’t wait to experience the new American brasserie and bistro.



Anchored at the corner of Trammell Crow Center, Sloane’s Corner is a three-meal-a-day American Bistro, taking inspiration from different pockets around the globe. Stop by on your early morning commute to enjoy made-to-order craft coffee. No lunch plans? Delight in their mouth-watering Spicy Fried Chicken Sandwich or Roasted Atlantic Salmon that is always made fresh and in-house daily. With bartenders at the ready to make one-of-a-kind cocktails, after work celebrations are also covered.


Tim McEneny has always been attracted to the Dallas Arts District. Being surrounded by the Dallas Museum of Art, Belo Mansion, and the Nasher Sculpture Center the atmosphere made him want to be at the heart of the community. “When you’re in Sloane’s Corner it has a New York City vibe, but when you look out the window you realize you’re in Dallas. It’s a perfect bubble,” says McEneny.


Sloane’s Corner is built to handle the foot traffic. When catering, Sloane’s Corner meals come fresh straight out of the kitchen and directly to the office who ordered. “Great service. Great food. Great beverage program,” says McEneny. A win-win for everyone.



Sloane’s Corner is a relaxed New American Bistro offering good food, crafted cocktails, and a seat for everyone. Where did they come up with the name? The restaurant is named after owner and restaurateur Tim McEneny’s 7-year-old daughter, Sloane.



Make a reservation online here. Sloane’s Corner is located on the ground level of Trammell Crow Center on the corner of Ross Ave. and N Olive Street.