Bold Flavors of
We spent months traveling to Latin America, perfecting our wood-fire cooking techniques, creating our own reposado tequila, and even learning how to salsa dance. Te Deseo is our love letter to the liveliness, mystery, and community that blooms throughout the region.
Featuring bold flavors of Latin American-inspired cocktails and cuisine, your senses will fall in love with Te Deseo. Spanning 14,000 square feet, Te Deseo features a series of unique dining rooms, four bars, and a stunning rooftop overlooking the city.
As the eighth restaurant in the Harwood District, Te Deseo is an elevated destination with irresistible energy lasting well into the night.
What to Wear
Te Deseo is an inclusive destination to dress to impress for dinner, late night drinks, and weekend brunch. Thursday through Saturday, adhering to our dress code is mandatory for entry. To ensure entry, both men and women are encouraged to dress fashionably in well-fitting garments such as non-ripped jeans, jackets, button downs, blouses, and stylish footwear. The following articles of clothing are considered too casual:
Hats including baseball caps, beanies, skullcaps, snapbacks, and/or flat bill hats
Open-toed flat footwear including slide sandals, leather sandals, flip flops
Athletic wear including athletic hats, shoes, pants, and/or shorts
Sleeveless men’s tops, tanks, and jerseys
Loose fitting, sagging pants
Excessively torn garments including tops and pants
The following dress code exceptions do apply:
On game days of the Dallas Mavericks, Dallas Stars, and Texas Rangers, short and long sleeve team jerseys are permitted
During weekend brunch, hats are permitted until 3 PM
Seeking style advice or have questions? No hay problema. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for help with dress code in the subject line.
Harwood Hospitality Group
2700 Olive St.
Harwood, Dallas 75201
Catering & Events