Houston’s Mambo Seafood Opening On NW Hwy In Dallas

by Steven Doyle

Mambo Seafood  is well known in the Houston area, opening its first restaurant in the 1990’s. Their focus has been to operate in predominately Hispanic neighborhoods and offer fresh seafood selection with a Latin flare. The restaurant is now moving into the Dallas area on Northwest Highway near I35 in the old Nori Sushi location across from Pappas BBQ.  The restaurant has a casual feel with a jukebox that primarily serves up fresh Nortena tunes. The restaurant is known for their cold Mambo Cheladas and inexpensive raw oysters. Look for the restaurant to open soon. They are hiring all positions.


Filed under beer, Crave, Dallas, Mexico, restaurant news, Restaurant Opening, Steven Doyle

3 responses to “Houston’s Mambo Seafood Opening On NW Hwy In Dallas

  1. Sergio

    I love mambos and I can’t wait. Their fried rice is the best!!!!!

  2. edie

    I lived in HOuston and always had mambos on the weekend, incredible!!

  3. Bary

    I have visited the new Mambos in Dallas and it is a great place to have a casual bite, listen to neat music, and great food – fried oysters and gumbo. The service was outstanding, especially from the beautiful ladies. 5 star in my book. Bary

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