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Mot Hai Ba opening a second location so you can eat more of chef Peja Krstic’s excellent Vietnamese food

If you’ve struggled to get one of Mot Hai Ba’s few dining room seats, relief is on the way.

Just as we were about to break the news that chef Peja Krstic had signed on to open a second Mot Hai Ba in Dallas’ Victory Park, a press release announcing the deal hit our inbox.

Trademark Property Co.announced today that¬†Mot Hai Bahas signed a 3,463-square-foot lease at South Victory, the retail, restaurant and entertainment district of Victory Park,” it reads. The popular Vietnamese fusion restaurant will open its second Dallas outpost at 665 High Market St. in Fall 2019.”

So there you have it. Modern Vietnamese is headed to Victory Park this year, joining the wildly successful location of Mesero there. That’s good news for VP; it means we can count on two restaurants in the struggling mixed use development adjacent to American Airlines Center to be around a year from now.

photo: Mot Hai Ba

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