District – the beloved Northern California neighborhood restaurant and bar – will open its first Texas location at 5100 Belt Line Road (Village on the Parkway) in Addison this Fall. Open for lunch and dinner, the rustic yet refined concept pairs a menu of globally inspired shareable plates with an extensive and diverse wine and whiskey program. The result is an experience that guests can share with friends and family in a vibrant and communal setting.
Co-founder Jon D’Angelica explains, “Wine and whiskey have a broad flavor profile. Our belief is that, to have a food offering that works with this wide array of flavors, you have to embrace different cuisines from around the globe in a format that encourages guests to try multiple dishes, not just a single entrée. There are endless pairing possibilities, and our job is to allow you to explore these at your own pace.”
After closing their doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the iconic subterranean restaurant in downtown Dallas, Dakota’s Steakhouse, is reopening under new ownership. This July, Meredith McEneny is resurrecting the restaurant’s three-decade-long history and legacy.
Dakota’s Steakhouse, the storied underground staple of Downtown dining, is revived by Meredith McEneny, the new sole owner who recently assumed controlling interest. Many Dallasites are familiar with the McEneny name due to her husband, Tim McEneny, a local restauranteur with years of hospitality experience under his belt.
The Watters Creek community is about to get a taste of premium steaks, mouthwatering modern American flavors and specialty cocktails when Sugarbacon Proper Kitchen makes its Allen debut this spring.
Located at 968 Village Green Drive in the Watters Creek shopping center, Sugarbacon will serve elevated Southern comfort dishes that feature the finest ingredients, like its renowned Sugarbacon appetizer and fan-favorite entrées like Filet, NY Strip, Ribeye, Short Rib, Grits & Shrimps and Crawfish Pot Pie.
This week we trekked down to Lower Greenville for a visit to one of the hottest spots in Dallas as they celebrate the Lunar New Year, as well as its 6-month anniversary.
Ngon, meaning “delicious”, features a wide variety of Vietnamese dishes in a festive and bright setting. The space includes a twelve-seat bar, a spacious dining room, and a patio for those who wish to dine outdoors during this time. Enjoy the peek, then head down to eat.
The Uptown community is about to be taken on a one-of-a-kind culinary and mixology journey across Asia when Anju opens its doors this spring.
Anju – a new elevated Asian street food concept – is the brainchild of One Esca Owner Michael Kim and Chef Don Flores. One Esca purchased City Council Bar in December 2019 and is in the process of renovating the interior and exterior, bringing Kim and Flores’ vision of Anju’s unique, affordable Asian dining experience to life.
The Addison community will get to experience “the good life” at Vidorra through inspired Mexican cuisine and over-the-top cocktails when it opens on Monday, Dec. 28.
Located at 5100 Beltline Road, Ste. #410 in Addison’s Village on the Parkway, Vidorra will serve hand-crafted Mexican dishes and curated cocktails, as well as a large tequila selection. The new 5,800-square-foot restaurant marks Vidorra’s second location in Dallas-Fort Worth and second systemwide.