by Steven Doyle
A visit to the new Cooper’s Meat Market revealed so much more going on than providing giant haunches of beef for home cooks. The new addition to Sylvan Thirty also offers a variety of take and bake dishes, an excellent wine selection and other retail purchases such as Yeti coolers, but is also a 50-seat steakhouse with a full service bar.
Cooper’s is owned by Michael Johnson, whose family runs the legendary Cooper’s in San Antonio and is now an Oak Cliff resident. “I wanted to share what my family has been doing in San Antonio all these years,” offers Johnson during a recent visit, “I am excited for the community to know that we provide the very best quality meats.”
by Steven Doyle
Fresh off the heels of successfully selling his burger venture, Kenny Mill’s Chop House Burger in Arlington, the chef is back in his saddle again. This time as chef in Sylvan Thirty, and of course it involves copious amounts of meat.
Cooper’s Meat Market of San Antonio is staking claim in Sylvan Thirty and will be located next to Cox Farms Market. Chef Mills tells us today that he expects to open in time for the holiday season near the end of October or first of November. Continue reading
By Landry Rose
Dallas is diverse in culture and cuisines and lucky for us, we have our very own French crêperie to indulge in and to serve our crêpe cravings. And what better time than during the month of February that is dedicated to love.
A little south of the soaring Margaret Hunt Bridge is a cozy café tucked away in the community of Sylvan Thirty, serving mouthwatering savory and sweet crêoes is Whisk Crêpes Café. Continue reading
Austin-based JuiceLand, the highly successful juice bar known for its organic vegetable juices and superfood smoothies, will open its first Dallas location at Sylvan | Thirty. Anticipated to open in Spring 2016 at the corner of Sylvan and Fort Worth Avenues, JuiceLand will offer unique raw and vegan culinary creations made in house as well as fresh juice cleanses. Juiceland will mark the mixed-use development’s third popular Austin hotspot to set up shop at Sylvan | Thirty, which includes the opening of TacoDeli’s first Dallas location and Houndstooth Coffee, which is also expected to open in the Spring.
“The Dallas area will soon enjoy being abundantly healthier with the opening of JuiceLand in the Spring,” said Brent Jackson, developer of Sylvan | Thirty and President of Oaxaca Interests. “The amount of interest we are seeing from Austin retailers that are looking to open their first Dallas location at Sylvan | Thirty, like JuiceLand and TacoDeli, truly speaks to not only the quality, design and attentiveness of the development, but also the caliber of the neighborhood and respective tenants.” Continue reading
Tacodeli, Austin’s favorite authentic taqueria that’s been serving up made-from-scratch tacos since 1999, is expanding to Dallas. The first Tacodeli location outside of Central Texas, the new Dallas Tacodeli will be located at 1818 Sylvan Ave., in the contemporary Sylvan Thirty development in West Dallas, just north of I-30. Scheduled to open by mid 2015 in a residential neighborhood alongside local retailers, Tacodeli Dallas will be the sixth location for the homegrown taqueria, and is sure to become the ultimate taco destination in the area. Continue reading
Boom Juice, a popular, locally owned cold-pressed juice bar in the Dallas Farmers Market will open its first permanent retail location at Sylvan | Thirty. Specializing in 100 percent organic juices and grab-and-go raw, vegan and paleo snacks and meals, Boom Juice is expected to open by late December 2014, just in time for post-holiday cleanses and to kickstart New Year’s resolutions. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Teiichi Sakurai, owner of the illustrious Tei An in One Arts Plaza, has planned to open his tiny ramen shop in the new Sylvan|Thirty project in West Dallas for some time now. The 750 square foot restaurant will seat 13 guests, and will be designed by Hatsumi Kuzuu, the same talent behind such spots as FT33 in Dallas.
The restaurant, which will be called Ten, was on the fast track to already be open for business but was delayed due to a fire which gutted the new building back in March of this year. We now catch word that the delay will have diners waiting for Sakurai’s promised $10 bowl of ramen until January of 2015. Continue reading