I recently did a First Look at HG Sply Company, and since then have been back many, many times. I have found myself in the unique Greenville Ave. restaurant not only for the food, but also the cocktails or beer. The restaurant itself is billed as a paleo restaurant, which is basically things hunted and gathered. But had you not known about that portion of the concept you might not give the menu a second thought, other than the fact it is sincerely well crafted food.
All menu items are natural and/or organic and local when possible, but always from small producing American ranchers. The chicken is from Windy Meadows (Campbell, Texas), the eggs are from Vital Farms (Austin, Texas); several of the meats are from Local Yocal (McKinney, Texas) or Broken Arrow Ranch (Ingram, Texas) with vegetables and fruits coming from a number of local farmers including Amelia Farms (Bells, Texas) and more. A specially made 8-seed bread will be delivered fresh daily from Esmeralda’s Bakery in North Dallas.
The beverage program has the exact same philosophy as the food program. No added sugars or mixes and everything is made fresh daily. Eight specialty cocktails pay homage to the classic style of bartending with fresh ingredients and top quality liquor. The beer program is designed for all beer lovers offering selections from a few simple domestics to a vast array of small batch craft beers. Draft beers include local brands like Peticolas Brewing Co., Lakewood Brewing Co. and Revolver Brewing from Dallas, Texas and 512 Brewery and Live Oak Brewing Co. from Austin, Texas.
HG Sply Co. is now open for lunch every day from 11am – 2pm, with appetizers served all day and is located at 2008 Greenville Ave, Dallas.