Khanh Nguyen’s cult classic pizza concept, Zalat, is growing to its 7th unit and will open at 4007 Lemmon Ave., Suite B, Dallas TX 75219 on Monday, April 13th. This location will function as a cloud kitchen for the zealous pizza brand, strictly serving take-out and delivery via third party delivery apps.
“The plan for the new Lemmon Ave. location was always to serve as a cloud kitchen, and the model couldn’t be more appropriate given the current climate,” says Nguyen, CEO and Founder of Zalat Pizza. “We’ve always had high delivery volumes to begin with, so we are adapting during this time to implement health standards and safety precautions for both staff and 3rd party drivers alike.” Continue reading →
Do you want brown rice or kale? Sriracha aioli or ponzu sauce? Fancy an ice cream scoop full of chopped raw salmon, or are you feeling more like tofu today? These are the decisions you ponder while waiting in line at a poke (pronounced poke-eh) restaurant. And, yes, there’s a line, almost always, at all of them. Continue reading →
In the early 1920’s few people knew what a hamburger was. This is when Doug Prince discovered the hamburger for himself at the State Fair of Texas and decided to make it his life. He opened a small little “drive in” on Lemmon Avenue in Dallas. A virtual one man show. He would come out to the car, take your order, return to the kitchen, prepare the food and deliver it back out to the car.
In 1932 he took a trip to Houston and decided that it was there that he would build his empire. He purchased a small Weber’s Root Beer stand on Main Street and quickly changed the Houston restaurant scene for years to come. Continue reading →
Remember when we told you that the Inwood Tavern was sold about a month ago? Previous owners, Lisa and Tom Georgalis, are at it again. This time the new spot will be called The Ivy Tavern, and will be located at 5334 Lemmon Ave in Dallas. Ivy is to be a neighborhood bar where you can enjoy a delicious cocktail, craft beer and even some pretty authentic Greek bar food. Look for handmade sausages, gyros and more. Continue reading →