Sift & Pour Bakery, Jinya Ramen Bar, new HG Sply concept to open at Dallas Victory Park
Billy Can Can seems like it’lll be a solid neighborhood draw, I’ve been told that Kent Rathbun’s Imoto is hit-or-miss, and the sidewalks seem to empty by 9 p.m. But that doesn’t seem to be deterring some new capital from placing money bets on Victory Park’s future success.
Restaurateur Trey Dyer and his team will open a new Mesero in Victory this year. Wine bar Burgundy Swine, a bar by Brooke Humphries (also known for Barcadia, Beauty Bar, and Pints & Quarts) and a restaurant from This & That Concepts (the team behind High Fives and The Standard Pour) also are moving in, joining a frozen treats place called Popbar and a 24,000-square-foot restaurant and entertainment concept from Humphries and Elias Pope’s 8020 Hospitality (the team behind HG Sply Co.).
Joining that mix will be three newly announced concepts:
Jinya Ramen Bar will open this winter with ten ramen choices, 20-plus toppings and either vegetarian, chicken or porky tonkatsu broth. The menu will also include rice and curry bowls and a variety of Japanese-inspired small plates.
Sift + Pour is a new bakery that promises freshly baked mini cupcakes, cake pops, brownies, macarons, and made-to-order sweet and savory crepes, plus espressos, teas, wines and beers. Sift + Pour will open late this year at 2401 Victory Park Lane.
Biagio Wine & Spirts will sell wine and spirits. Because someone thinks VP needs a package store at 2404 Victory Lane.