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Flower Mound to welcome new dining district – with the first restaurants opening this quarter

Diners in Denton County should be very optimistic about the 2021 dining scene in Flower Mound. The River Walk at Central Park, a 158-acre mixed-use development located between FM2499 and Morriss Road north of FM1171, will be home to 21,000 square feet of restaurant space with openings planned to begin in March 2021.

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Snap Kitchen Opening in Flower Mound Sept 14

snap4by Jennifer Thomas

The ever-growing Snap Kitchen is putting down more roots with a new location in Flower Mound. Health-conscious residents in this suburb can now find Snap Kitchen’s chef-driven and dietitian approved meals in their neck of the woods. Set to open on September 14th, Snap Kitchen’s newest location is at 3701 Justin Rd. and features grab-and-go prepared meals available for in-store or curbside pickup. Guests can find comfort in knowing they can pick up healthy, freshly made meals on the go, without compromising on taste or experiencing the post-meal guilt that often comes with dining out.

“We are fortunate that the Dallas community has truly embraced Snap Kitchen for its quick, healthy dining since opening the first Dallas location last summer. We are excited to expand into Flower Mound, our eighth area store, and continue to grow our Snap Kitchen family, both internally and with our customers,” says Martin Berson, Snap Kitchen’s Co-Founder and President.   Continue reading

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This Might Get Your Goat

goats-medby Andrew Chalk

It is open day this coming Sunday at Latte Da Dairy in Flower Mound. That means that you can:

Meet the goats;

See where they get milked;

See where they feed;

Buy some of their award-winning goat cheese;

Scoop your own goat compost (you provide the barrel/trash bag with a tight lid) for $5/barrel;

Check out the mini market for goat milk soaps and fresh bread (with no goat);

Location and directions here.

 

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