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Former Abacus executive, notable Dallas chefs to open Great Scott restaurant in Grapevine

A new restaurant brings salumi, charcuterie and wood-fired grill to Grapevine later this month when Dallas restaurant veterans Matthew and Danielle Scott open Great Scott. The husband-and-wife team converted a former Carrara’s for their first solo restaurant, hiring notable Dallas chef Norman Grimm and Tom Yuenling to helm the kitchen. “Everything (on the menu) is based on Continue reading →


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Paul Martin’s American Grill, new casual from-scratch chain restaurant, opens in Dallas today

Paul Martin’s American Grill, a casual restaurant from based in California, will debut its Dallas location on Thursday, July 9, with nightly dinner service. The restaurant marks Paul Martin’s ninth US location and the first in Texas. Jonathan Keller is GM; chef Scott Nakachi is the chef. A Paul Martin’s spokesperson describes the menu as “fresh seafood from sustainable fisheries, free-range Continue reading →


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First Look: Super Chix debuts Dallas store with tweaks to Arlington original, as YUM! Brands readies concept for expansion

    Made-to-order fried chicken, hand-cut french fries and superb frozen custard: those are the calling cards of Super Chix, the second iteration of YUM! Brands’ pilot project, opened last week in Far North Dallas. The wizard behind Super Chix is Nick Ouimet, who was given the green light and greenbacks to create the concept from scratch Continue reading →


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bbbop Seoul Kitchen set to open in Dallas (with Korean fried chicken!) on Monday, April 20

Bbbob Seoul Kitchen is set to open their second Korean-inflected casual restaurant next Monday, April 20, on Lower Greenville Avenue. The chefs are husband-and-wife Greg and Sandy Bussey (Greg was formerly exec chef at the Joule Hotel before last summer’s Consilient blow-up), and the two own bbbop with Sandy’s brother, Steve Shin. Shin says his and Continue reading →


Wow-- at Dish Restaurant, chef Garreth Dickey's grilled cauliflower steak with
cipollini onions, baby kale, Calabrese peppers, black radish, golden raisins and brown butter is a vegetarian stunner.

Second Dish restaurant to open February 24 in Preston Hollow, with Andrew Bell as chef

Dish restaurant, the Cedar Springs darling with a schizoid personality – disco lounge-lizard interior but top-notch, creative, modern regional cuisine from chef Garreth Dickey – will open a Preston Hollow sibling next week with chef Andrew Bell behind the pass. Bell, formerly of Bolsa and Nosh, landed the top job a few weeks ago; he Continue reading →


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