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GAPCo Partners with Monkey King Noodle Company to Introduce the Dan Dan Pizza

Greenville Avenue Pizza Company is known for its delicious (and large) pizzas, and GAPCo fans know to expect the regular menu will be joined by special pizzas several times each year, as the restaurant celebrates holidays or flexes its creativity. Now is one of those times. GAPCo has partnered with its Richardson next door neighbor, Monkey King Noodle Company, to create the new Dan Dan Pizza.

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Kalachandji’s Re-Opens Just in Time for Thanksgiving

Kalachadji’s, the restaurant nestled in the Krishna Temple will be serving their famous vegan Thanksgiving dinner this Thursday! Here is their Facebook message:

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Meaty Brass Ram Opens in Dallas

Chef Nick Badovinus opened yet another restaurant in Dallas, his ninth to be exact. The chef/owner whose concepts range from Town Hearth, Neighborhood Services, Montlake Cut, Desert Racer and others has opened Brass Ram east of Downtown.

Badovinus’ newest restaurant is described as an “homage to classic mid-century prime rib joints,” which means your favorite bourbon and whiskey to pair up with thick prime cuts of beef, tomahawk chops, steakhouse salads and plenty of old school charm.

The fat cat new restaurant is open Tuesday through Saturday from 5pm and located at located upstairs at 2130 Commerce Street.

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Trinity Groves Announces New Concept Nitro Burger

The team behind the West Dallas restaurant district, Trinity Groves Restaurant Group, is thrilled to announce that their newest concept, Nitro Burger will open its doors on Monday, November 28. Located in the former Resto Gastro Bistro space, Nitro Burger is a futuristic burger concept developed by Trinity Groves CEO Julian Rodarte.

Nitro Burger will feature over the top tableside liquid nitrogen booze milkshakes, USDA certified Black Angus ground brisket burger patties with mix and match flavors, in-house made sauces, lobster tots, hand cut fries and more. Nitro Burger seeks to fulfill the indulgent desires of everyone with dietary requirements & restrictions. All burgers will come with options to substitute vegan patties, gluten free buns, Martin’s potato buns, lettuce wraps and vegan cheese. 

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Mockingbird Station Newest Food & Beverage Tenant, The Finch Opening Nov 21st

Say hello to the best new modern American restaurant and bar. Shopping and dining destination, Mockingbird Station, welcomes The Finch to its list of tenants. Opening on Monday, November 21st, the restaurant debuts just in time for the holiday season, including being open on Thanksgiving Day and showcasing a special Thanksgiving Menu for those that don’t feel like cooking this year. The Finch will make its home in the reimagined 5,760 square-foot space located at 5307 E Mockingbird Lane, Suite 150, which local diners may know as the space previously occupied by Café Express.

The Finch will bring a welcoming and versatile atmosphere that creates the perfect ambiance for any occasion. The all-day neighborhood restaurant will offer an approachable curated menu that offers something to satisfy everyone. The Finch creates a comfortable setting where guests are encouraged to come as they are at any hour of the day, making the dining destination a neighborhood staple where Dallasites will feel comfortable visiting at any time.

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Dallas Restaurant Legend Larry Levine Opens Loop 9 BBQ

Loop 9 BBQ, a new restaurant concept featuring prime brisket and other connoisseur-level barbecued meats, now offers full catering services.  Loop 9 BBQ will soon be one of the first restaurants to open in Grand Prairie’s growing 172-acre entertainment center, EpicCentral.  

City officials behind EpicCentral turned to Larry Lavine to bring the perfect barbecue restaurant to the new development.  In 1975, Lavine founded Chili’s with its first location in a converted postal station on Greenville Avenue in Dallas, Texas.  Today, Chili’s has more than 1600 locations.  The veteran restaurateur knows his Texas barbecue.  More recently, Lavine shifted away from the mega-chain format to found Ten 50 BBQ in Richardson, Texas, in 2014.  The restaurant immediately drew serious barbecue fans.

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