This Way In >>

Chef Matt McCallister opening new restaurant, called FT 33, in Dallas design district

Matt McCallister is calling his new restaurant project “FT 33,” short for “fire table 33.”

The restaurant, to be located a half block east of Oak Lawn Avenue at 1617 Hi Line Drive in the Dallas Design district, is scheduled to open this summer.

McCallister says FT 33 will serve “handcrafted American cuisine using modern techniques with an emphasis on Texas ingredients.”

In the language of the professional kitchen, a chef or expediter calls out “Fire table xyz” to the kitchen staff when a  next course should be served to a particular table of diners. That’s the cue for the chefs to finish cooking, plating and assembling all the dishes to be served to that table at that time.

FT 33 will have 33 tables, hence the number 33. Tina is not expected to make an appearance.

Haywire Plano
The Ranch Las Colinas

Recently Published


Restaurants and bars throughout Texas can now mix drinks and sell them to-go

The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission announced today that Texas ...


The best craft barbecue in Dallas is now available in grocery stores

Updated June 20 after tasting the products ...


Beloved Houston’s Restaurant in Addison to permanently close Saturday, which means no more Houston(s) in Dallas

June 12: The post was updated with information about the reason for ...


The 2020 Fort Worth Food + Wine Festival has been cancelled. Damn.

One of the area’s top food events has been cancelled for 2020, ...


Mot Hai Ba has opened in Dallas’ Victory Park

Chef Peja Krstic has finally opened a second branch of Dallas’ ...


Fort Worth chef Lanny Lancarte intros Eat Fajitas, a new fajitas-and-margaritas delivery resto

Fort Worth chef Lanny Lancarte has finally launched his new ...


This weekend’s Annual Taste of Addison moves to the internet with virtual dine-around

What do you do with an annual dine-around festival if you ...


Miami’s “The Salty Dog” doughnutery brings from-scratch bourbon doughnuts to Dallas’ BADlands

Miami’s best migration to Dallas – and its BADlands ...


Texas Gov. says restaurants can now double their capacity to 50%, bars can reopen at 25% in newest QROP

Restaurants across Texas can expand their capacity to 50% from 25%, ...