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Mesero opens in Victory Park with fancy tacos, Tex-Mex & Margaritas


Trey Dyer, the CEO of Dallas-based Mesero restaurants, sends word that the popular chain’s newest Mesero, a sleek looker in Dallas’ Victory Park, opened its doors to the public yesterday.

The upscale Mexican restaurant features a wide variety of Mexico City street tacos, top-shelf Margaritas and modern Mexican cuisine. The restaurant sits across from Billy Can Can and down the street from Imoto.

In addition to the new Victory Park location, an additional Mesero is under construction at Walnut Hill and Central Expressway in Preston Hollow Village, which is currently anchored by a Trader Joe’s.

2375 Victory Park Lane #180; Dallas; (214) 821-6426

top photo: Mesero; others Michael Hiller

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