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After more than a year of restaurants pivoting, struggling and failing, the CEO of the Texas Restaurant Association says restaurant openings are accelerating in all parts of the state. We’ll take the good news.
In Dallas-Fort Worth, a flurry of new restaurants have opened in June 2021 alone. Here’s a look 27 newcomers:
Restaurants are listed in order of when they opened, starting with the most recent.
Manpuku Japanese Yakiniku Grill is a Japanese grilled meat restaurant opening on Dallas’ Lowest Greenville on June 29. At each interactive dinner, chefs place raw meat and veggies in the middle of the table, where customers will grill their own food. Manpuku Japanese Yakiniku Grill is at 2023 Greenville Ave., Dallas.
The AT&T Discovery District’s food hall, The Exchange, officially opens June 25 — though a few restaurants opened and operated during the pandemic. The food hall is part
There are a surplus of Chinese takeout restaurants in Pensacola and quite a few more Chinese buffets, but coming up at the end of June, a slightly elevated, sit-down Chinese restaurant will become an option for foodies, courtesy of a well-established local chef and business owner.
“There’s really no nice Chinese dining restaurants here,” Nippon explained Thursday morning. “I wanted to have a really nice, clean and classic Asian restaurant for local people. So when they want to have some really nice Chinese food, some original food, they have some place to go.”
There will be a fusion element to the new restaurant, which will seat more than 150 people when factoring in Taipei’s outdoor seating space. Nippon’s