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Confirmed: Avner Samuel reviving his Nosh Eurobistro in former Oso restaurant space


Rumors swirling around this week that chef/restaurateur Avner Samuel would revive his defunct Nosh Eurobistro in a new space turn out to be true.

The longtime Dallas chef told us Friday that he has leased the former Oso Food & Wine space in North Dallas for a revival of Nosh. Oso closed in May.

He pledges that many of his former Nosh staff would be returning to the new Nosh, but Jon Stevens, Andrew Bell and Norman Grimm, Nosh’s former chefs, all denied they would be among the revival cast.

Nosh will be located at 11910 Preston Rd at Forest Ln, Dallas.

 

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