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Lark on the Park Closing

Whenever a restaurant closes in Dallas it is always sad, especially when one as beautiful and as timeless as Lark on the Park. It never really was on the park, that is another restaurant, but we forgave that fact because the menu was always fresh as the chalkboard art, and as delicious as the cocktail menu that was continuously cutting edge.

Here is the news from Shannon Wynne himself:

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Clark Food & Wine Closing

DSC05158by Steven Doyle

It has been a super tough year for most businesses, especially our restaurant friends. It is with a sad heart that we have to share that Clark Food & Wine is shuttering December 27th. This announcement on the heels of closing their restaurant, C’Viche.   Continue reading

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Place at Perry’s Shuttering After July 24th

place at perrys 007by Steven Doyle After 13 years in business, and a move to their beautiful digs at the Gables Villa Rosa building at 2680 Cedar Springs Road back in 2012, The Place at Perry’s will close their doors after July 24, 2015. Until closing The Place at Perry’s will operate with a short staff, but will afford fans of the Uptown steakhouse one final opportunity to enjoy the restaurant.    Continue reading


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Private Social Shuttering

by Steven Doyle     photo by Robert Bostick

An inside source claims that Private Social will be closing permanently after the last shift this evening.

More to follow as the information trickles in.



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Three New Uptown Pubs On Way

Primebar Interior

by Steven Doyle

Soon you will have more brew options in Dallas’ sexy Uptown with a few new concepts about to emerge on the scene that will excite some and prove to others that our local economy is on the upswing.

In the old Maguires Uptown location we will soon be able to enjoy the beautiful Chicagoland import Primebar. Labeled as a contemporary ale house or urban lodge, Primebar is a bit elegant with sleek lines and warm tones and offers over 40 craft beers on tap and a decent wine selection. The menu is mostly of the two-fisted variety as you will find upscale burgers and sliders (imagine that) along with a few other notable entrees under the local and fresh moniker.  Continue reading


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