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A swanky new restaurant is taking over the former FT33 space


Well-placed sources tell us that a new upscale modern steakhouse will soon appear in the former FT33 restaurant space. The shell has been vacant since FT33 closed a couple of years ago.

Reputable sources tell us Joule Hotel owner Tim Headington and his restaurant team have been developing recipes and the menu for the new as-yet-unnamed steakhouse. Headington is no stranger to dining; he owns a number of upscale casual restaurants, including Mirador and CBD Provisions at the Joule, plus two restaurants in the Dallas Design District adjacent to the FT33 space, Wheelhouse and Sasetta.

Wheelhouse in the Dallas Design District will soon share this
common area with a new steakhouse

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