Dallas’s eating scene continues to thrive, and is lastly (slowly) starting to earn consideration from nationwide tastemakers. On the heels of one of many metropolis’s eateries being named one of many nation’s best new eating places, the approaching months deliver much more thrilling information for eaters in Dallas.
In the approaching months, these much-anticipated newcomers will make their debuts, bringing the whole lot from Southern Italian fare to top-notch Jamón Ibérico and swanky steaks. Without any additional ado, scope out Dallas’s most anticipated eating places, all anticipated to open their doorways someday this fall.
- Who: Italian chef and former Cane Rosso pizzaiolo Dino Santonicola, who teamed up together with his spouse and hospitality business veteran Megan Santonicola for Partenope.
- What: A Southern Italian restaurant that will serve classic dishes like pizza fritta, timbaletto di melanzane (eggplant full of pasta, tomato sauce, cheese, beef, sausage, and boiled egg), and ragu Nepoletano, together with Neapolitan-style pizza, recent pastas and desserts like limoncello panna cotta.
- Where: Inside the Titche-Goettinger constructing at 1901 Main Street, Suite 102 in Downtown Dallas
- When: Late September or early October 2019
The Mayor’s House
- Who: Acclaimed chef Graham Dodds, previously of Hibiscus and the Statler Hotel’s eating places, and property developer Jim Lake.
- What: A casual restaurant in a historic space that will seat about 120 diners. While no menu has been revealed simply but for the “vegetable-forward” spot, Dodds has been teasing dishes for the restaurant for months, together with Scotch eggs with jammy yolks, fish and chips, and whole-duck carnitas tacos topped with pickled onions.
- Where: A historic Oak Cliff house previously owned by 1930s Dallas mayor George Sergeant. Located at 635 North Zang Boulevard, the area has been renovated extensively to create a number of eating rooms and an expansive patio.
- When: Originally anticipated to reach someday this summer time, Dodds tells Eater that the Mayor’s House will open someday in mid-October.
Unnamed Curtis and Luke Stone Steakhouse
- Who: Celebrity chef and meals TV character Curtis Stone, recognized for his much-acclaimed Los Angeles restaurant Gwen, which he owns together with his brother Luke. The duo partnered with restaurateur Stephan Courseau, who operates Le Bilboquet and Up on Knox.
- What: Details are nonetheless fairly scant for this forthcoming spot, together with a reputation, nevertheless it’s likely going to be pretty steak-obsessed and employ live-fire cooking techniques. The restaurant may also have an adjoining butcher shop, very similar to Gwen.
- Where: 4514 Travis Street, within the area subsequent door to Le Bilboquet in Uptown
- When: “Later this year.”