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San Salvaje, new Stephan Pyles restaurant in downtown Dallas, will open April 28

Remember San Salvaje, the pan-Latin restaurant we told you would replace chef Stephan Pyles’ short-lived Samar in downtown Dallas? Well, Pyles confirmed today that it’ll open the celebration of  “pagan indigenous culture with a host of saints revered in Latin America.” on April 28. Pyles traipsed through wide swaths of Latin America to find recipes Continue reading → ...

Chef Stephan Pyles to open San Salvaje, a “modern Latin” restaurant, in former Samar space in downtown Dallas

Chef Stephan Pyles will open San Salvaje (pronounced sah-vah-hey), a “modern Latin” restaurant in the downtown Arts District space formerly occupied by Samar, Pyles reluctantly confirmed today. San Salvaje, Spanish for “wild Saint,” is a play on Latin America’s long history of blending pagan and religious beliefs into a cohesive, beautiful dance, says Pyles. Pyles Continue reading → ...

Chef Garreth Dickey joins Stephan Pyles team; chef Michael Ehlert moves to The Front Room, which will reconcept in May

There’s been some interesting chef motion in the restaurant backfield recently. It’s official: Earlier this week (January 20 at 5:30 p.m., just as the flu was taking hold), I was able to pre-confirm with a high-placed Consilient Hospitality exec that The Front Room, the all-day spot across from SMU and inside the Lumen Hotel, will Continue reading → ...

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