Tupelo Honey brings its many southern charms (and honey fried chicken!) to Las Colinas

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Serving generous portions of from-scratch Southern cooking, Ashville, NC-based Tupelo Honey has opened its Las Colinas location, its second in Texas, at the intersection of Highway 114 and Highway 161, 5981 High Point Drive.

Tupelo Honey’s menu leans South, with all the usual goodies like fried green tomatoes (pictured), substantial salads, honey-fried chicken, buttermilk biscuits, shrimp and grits, plus unexpected items like mac-and-cheese stuffed waffles. (At a pre-opening VIPeek, we loved chef Eric Gabrynowicz ‘s “Biscuits for a Cause” buttermilk biscuits, where profits are earmarked for Tupelo employees in need;  $575,000 have been awarded to date.)

On Beverage Director Lindsey Farris-Felty’s drink menu, you’ll find keto-friendly “Double Zero” margaritas and creative drinks like the “Peach Don’t Kill My Vibe Sangria” crafted with sweet peach puree, pineapple juice, Tupelo’s house-made honey liquor and blue ridge bubbly sparkling wine.

The Las Colinas location is the company’s 21st store and the second in DFW. It joins a Tupelo Honey at The Star in Frisco, which opened in 2017 and anchors the Cowboys-themed retail development. Tupelo Honey draws on fresh, sustainable, local ingredients, and all menu items are available for online ordering with in-store pickup and delivery. Reservations can be made on Open Table.