We have been following the continuing saga of RedFork and last evening they opened their doors after being closed for several days, except this time without Jeff Harris (formerly of Craft Dallas) and Matt Balke (formerly of York Street).
The executive and sous chef’s of RedFork have officially resigned citing creative differences with the investors. Harris plans to enjoy a couple of weeks at home with his new baby boy before announcing his next venture. In the meantime, it looks like RedFork continues on, “business as usual.”
After being forced to close down this week due to what we have been told was a gas leak while installing a new pizza oven, and on the heels of Harris and Balke resigning, owners of the new neighborhood pub opened back up tonight to a packed house enjoying the same menu. Line cook Ryan Carbery has been promoted to the vacated position.
We stopped by the newly opened restaurant last night for more information and met with owner Matthew Anderson who was not completely forthcoming with information but had this statement to offer, “ we just want to run the restaurant with the same menu and keep everyone employed.”
The restaurant appears to have been doing extremely well. CraveDFW will continue to monitor the situation at RedFork for further details.