Five new restaurants that are expected to cool down your summer! Award winning chefs Stephan Pyle, Matt McCallister, Vijay Sadhu are on the road to rocking the Dallas scene this summer. Look for these great openings to debut between now through September!
Stampede 66 is one of the most dynamic upcoming restaurants! Chef Stephan hopes to open in mid-September. We do know that he will be offering 2 menus: a "Classic Texas" and a "Modern Texas". Stampede 66 will be located in the Park 17 Building in Uptown.
A former chef at Stephan Pyles-Matt McCallister has plans to open FT 33 in the Design District. McCCallister made a huge splash on the scene when he opened Campo Modern Country Bistro as consulting chef last yeear. His cooking has been described as energizing and appealing. His new restaurant will feature hand crafted American cuisine using modern techniques. Matt's FT 33 is anticipated to open in late August! Watch out Design District!
The former Cretia's space on Knox-Henderson is set to to be the new home of ACMEF+B! This project by Colleen O'Hare and Jeana Johnson the chefs behind Taco 2 Go has been in the works for some time now. Set to open around June 1st this is a come as you are find dining establishment. Laid back delicious fun!
Dallas wouldn't be complete without a cocktail kitchen! Pepper Smash will be just that. Vijay Sadhu the former chef for Sutra at Shops of Legacy is set to open his doors early part of June. The menu will feature a wide variety of foods ranging from asparagus and Burrata salad with jamon Iberico to fisherman's stew to braised pulled pork with date jam. Yummy!
The boutique Hotel Lumen on Hillcrest at near SMU will soon be sporting a stylsh dining room created by Tim McEneny (known for Dragon Fly at ZaZa). A mid-century modern with patio dining set to resemble Palm Springs 1960. Doug Brown is charge of creating the modern American menu. McEneny is hopeful for an August opening!
Dallas has some new sizzling restaurants as well as some new hot homes on the market! Check out more information about Dallas real estate at www.yourhomeretriever.com
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