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Neighbor’s House Grocery Opening Next Week


Fort Worth’s first “Groceraunt”, a family-owned urban neighborhood grocery/restaurant/wine bar and workspace will soon open located next to the historic Burnett Park on the ground floor of the amazing “First On 7th” space in the former Bank Of America Building

The Neighbor’s House Promise is based on the early neighborhood tradition of knocking on your neighbors door to borrow a cup of sugar or anything else that may complete the family meal. Neighbors House Grocery is wanting to serve the Downtown/West 7th community with that friendly neighborhood feel and have confidence in knowing that if they don’t carry that special item you’re looking for, they will exhaust all resources to get it in your hands. Continue reading

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Flying Saucer Invades The Sound


Flying Saucer Draught Emporium is now open in The Sound at Cypress Waters. The Saucer was established in 1995 and the newest location of the popular beer-focused destination features an entirely new food menu made from scratch and fast casual service tailored to the modern, urban city-center lifestyle. Continue reading

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Shake Shack Old Town Opening May 27th


Shake Shack announced it will open the doors to its newest Dallas location on Monday, May 27th at 11 a.m. The Shack will be located at 5500 Greenville Ave, Unit #505 and will be part of the Old Town Shopping Center, right off of Greenville Avenue.

Shake Shack is a critically acclaimed, modern day “roadside” burger stand known for its 100% all-natural Angus beef burgers, chicken sandwiches and griddled flat-top dogs (no hormones or antibiotics – ever), fresh-made frozen custard, crispy crinkle cut fries and more. A fun and lively community gathering place with widespread appeal, Shake Shack has earned a cult-like following around the world. Continue reading

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il Bracco Opens This Spring

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il Bracco, an Italian inspired restaurant will be serving lunch and dinner seven days a week at The Plaza at Preston Center this Spring.

Located at 8416 Preston Center Plaza, the restaurant will offer a fresh take on classic Italian dishes with everything made from scratch including breads, pastas and sauces. Fresh fish will be delivered daily and all proteins will be butchered on-site. Continue reading

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Khao Noodle Shop Opens Nov 20th


Khao Noodle Shop opens on Tuesday, November 20, 2018 with a limited menu and hours.  11 am to 3 pm, 5 pm to 9 pm on Tuesday and limited hours on the other days. Check their social media for times. Expect the signature Boat Noodle Soup, a Laotian Khao Soi with fermented soybeans and small bites including tripe chicharrones (inspired by Donny’s childhood growing up in San Antonio) and fried shrimp bites on the menu.  Vegan options are also available. Continue reading

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Khao Noodle Shop Opening This Month


The Khao Noodle Shop concept has been a longtime dream and vision of Chef Donny Sirisavath, and it officially opens in late September 2018.  Khao Noodle Shop is a chef-driven Laotian restaurant nestled in East Dallas serving Chef Donny’s signature boat noodles and Laotian bites.  The cozy shop opens in late September at 4812 Bryan Street, Suite 101, Dallas, TX 75204. Continue reading

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Shell Shack Opening in Denton Spring 2018


Shell Shack opened its first location in Uptown Dallas in late 2013. Fast forward a few short years, and the popular seafood spot known for its perfectly-seasoned crabs is getting ready to open its sixth DFW location. Joining the Uptown original, as well as stores in Plano, Arlington and Mesquite—and soon Ft Worth—the new location is landing in Denton near Golden Triangle Mall. Crews have already broken ground, and Shell Shack Denton is expected to open in the spring of this year. Continue reading


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