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ZaLat Soft Opens Tuesday, Feb 17 at 5pm

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Khanh Nugyen at DaLat just messaged that he plans to open ZaLat tomorrow, Tuesday the 17th at 5pm. It is a true soft opening and he will have limited amount of pizzas for at least two weeks before grand opening is announced.   Continue reading

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Owner Of DaLat To Open Pizza Resto Named ZaLat

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News from the undisputed King of Late Night Pho, Khanh Nguyen owner of DaLat, says that he will open a late night pizza parlor next to his pho-riffic restaurant on Fitzhugh in Dallas. Nguyen will be taking over the former Pastazio’s location which closed in November of 2014 and situated next door to DaLat at 2519 North Fitzhugh Avenue. The restaurateur plans to name the pizza joint ZaLat, to open late nights and with delivery. Projected to open sometime in February.

ZaLat will be open from 5pm to midnight to start, with the ultimate goal of staying open until 4am. Nguyen said in an interview today that neighboring El Come Taco is looking at staying open late into the night as well, making that section of Fitzhugh a dining Mecca for service industry workers and the apres-bar crowd. He is also working with El Come to develop a pizza with a south-of-the-border flair, a street taco pizza made with al pastor. Other pies with an ethnic flair include a Reuben that he says is to die for, and might be better than its sandwich counterpart. We are particularly looking forward to a Thai pizza based on the meatball shooters served at DaLat.

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The Pho House Opens Tomorrow

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There is a new pho option for those so inclined to slurp the Vietnamese soup. The Pho House opens for business in the Village on the Green at 5301 Alpha on Friday the 13th, very near the Galleria in the old Go Fish space across from Maximo’s.

The Pho House promises a seasonal menu with specialty dishes from three regions of Vietnam including Ha Noi, Hue and Saigon. Look for plenty of starters such as steamed dumplings and coconut steamed mussels, plus the customary salads, banh mi, and pho.

Our scout talks about a five spice rib that is a must try dish, plus many homemade desserts.  www.phohousedallasgalleria.com

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Preston Center Wicked Po Boy Rumored To Become Pho Restaurant

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Late August we shared the fact that Wicked Po Boy closed in Preston Center. Chi and Joey Le, owners of the groovy NOLA inspired restaurant, which was located at 6030 Luther Lane, were suffering through the fact that there wasn’t a big enough dinner crowd to sustain the shop even though lunches proved to be highly successful. Now we catch rumors that a retooling is underway to bring pho to the center.   Continue reading

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Friday’s Five Fabulous Food Finds

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Each week we scour the city in search of the very best Dallas has to offer. We check into restaurants both old and new looking for interesting food to discuss with you so you can make handy decisions when dining out.

We do not necessarily write up each item we enjoy, and often have photos that we will save for another week. However, we will share some of the most awe-inspiring dishes on Friday in what we like to call Friday’s Five Fabulous Food Finds.              Continue reading

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DaLat Soft Opening April 18

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Friend of craveDFW and bridge keeper over at the blog Chomp!, Irene Huang send us news that she has already sampled the pho over at the soon-to-open DaLat which is located on Fitzhugh in the former RedFork space. She has high regard for the Vietnamese soup and said that she worked up room for not one but two bowls during a preview dinner at DaLat.   Continue reading

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