cool new restaurant that has piqued the interest of its East Dallas neighborhood is ready to throw open the doors. Called Local Traveler, it's an upscale-casual restaurant serving dinner seven nights a week, that'll be both bicycle-friendly and chef-driven.
A hot address in Dallas' Deep Ellum may have finally met a tenant that will do it justice, with the premiere of Off the Cuff, a new restaurant-bar opening at 2901 Elm St. in February.
This is the cute building that was most recently Craft Junction Kitchen, and before that, Kitchen LTO, and before that Twenty Seven, and before that, My Private Chef, and before that Rush Patisserie, and we'll just stop there for now.
itsjrd1964 wrote:Dallas dog park Mutts is on the move
Despite the headline, Mutts isn't leaving its Uptown spot, but is franchising the concept to other markets, including Austin.
https://www.guidelive.com/fun-places-an ... 1532816319
New York's Shake Shack burger chain infiltrates East Dallas
A new location of New York burger chain Shake Shack is opening, which is almost starting not to be news anymore, except in this situation, it is because of the location: in Dallas' Old Town center east of US 75.
According to a release, the restaurant will open later in 2019 at 5500 Greenville Ave, #505, IE the former Fuddrucker's space, which got nudged out of its space in September 2018. Trading out one burger for another.
After months in the works, there's a new tenant ready to open in the former Blind Butcher space at 1919 Greenville Ave. Called Alamo Club, it's an upscale neighborhood restaurant and bar serving American classics in what a release describes as an old-school comfortable setting.
Matt777 wrote:I don't know if this was posted, but Tacos Mariachi seems to have added a second location in the former Crisp Salad spot on Lower Greenville. I've been to the one in West Dallas and they have solid, authentic Tex-Mex breakfast tacos and burritos. None of that Tacodeli type nonsense.
emmasensei wrote:I'm excited to see Mixt because I moved here from the East Coast and as a basic, stereotypical urban Millennial, I'm in severe Sweetgreen withdrawal.
I have yet to have a bad meal in Dallas, but the upscale, very healthy, salad-with-unique-ingredients trend has yet to hit here (Crisp on Lower Greenville hewed more to the Cobb, Caesar, and Southwest corner of salad culture. Flower Child is great, but not accessible from the urban core.) This is filling a niche for office workers who want something for lunch that won't cause them to fall asleep at the keyboard by 3pm.
emmasensei wrote:Flower Child is great, but not accessible from the urban core.
Kelley USA wrote:emmasensei wrote:Flower Child is great, but not accessible from the urban core.
Don't forget, but Flower Child is opening up at Rosewood Court where Paradise Bakery use to be. You'll see construction already going on.
http://dallas.culturemap.com/news/resta ... ood-court/
Beverley’s Is Now Slinging Chic Fare and Cocktails on Fitzhugh Avenue
The restaurant made its debut at 3215 Fitzhugh Avenue quietly on purpose, according to owner Greg Katz, who honed his skills at top-notch restaurants like Sassetta and New York City’s Il Mulino. “We’ve been trying to keep it quiet so we can work on execution and service,” he says. “The neighborhood has already been incredible, and people have been pouring in.” That could have something to do with the restaurant’s chef, former Mirador exec Josh Sutcliff.
itsjrd1964 wrote:Apparently the DTD Flying Biscuit location opened yesterday. Hours are 7am-3pm Monday-Friday, 7am-4pm Saturday-Sunday.
http://www.flyingbiscuit.com/locations- ... acificave/
Menu/prices: https://www.flyingbiscuit.com/wp-conten ... s-Menu.pdf
Over-The-Top Uptown Restaurant Circo Will Soon Have Its Own Beach
Circo Beach is set to officially open at the end of the month, bringing two pools and an actual beach to the gigantic restaurant at 2619 McKinney Avenue, according to a press release. The forthcoming space is upstairs from the dining room at Circo, and will offer everything from spa services and private cabanas to swimming in glass-bottomed pools and cocktails. Like the rest of Circo, the design is completely over-the-top, complete with a 65,000 pound chandelier that hangs over the spiral staircase that leads to Circo.
itsjrd1964 wrote:Hopefully the service is only bad because the place is new. But with a new market, and the brand's popularity at home, they really need to get with it.
New market-cafe from Chicago imports fancy fare to Uptown Dallas
A buzzy new food market from Chicago is coming to Dallas. Called Foxtrot, it's a combination market/cafe/on-demand delivery service and will open its first Dallas location in Uptown.
This marks Foxtrot’s first market outside of Chicago. According to a release, it will open on McKinney Avenue in the space previously occupied by McKinney Avenue Tavern, with a date set for summer 2019.
A second storefront, address still TBA, is slated to open early summer, followed by the opening of a third storefront by the end of the year.
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