Mirador is open for Sunday brunch throughout the holiday season.
Barrel & Bones is bringing BBQ and bourbon to The Colony.
Unleavened has great options for health conscious diners and those with dietary restrictions.
Malibu Poke opens November 28.
Chicken hash, an exclusive-to-brunch item at Mirador.
Thirsty Lion is one of the first restaurants to open at the Toyota Music Factory.
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The latest development in Dallas’ poke obsession, is set to open tomorrow, November 28 in Turtle Creek Village. Renowned local chef Matt McCallister and Jon Alexis of TJ’s Seafood teamed up to create the Cali-inspired, quick-serve restaurant. Grab a Hawaiian raw fish bowl and kombucha for lunch and/or dinner at the new Oak Lawn spot.
Christmas shopping just got a little more enticing. Mirador, the crowning jewel of Forty Five Ten’s downtown digs, is serving Sunday brunch throughout the holiday season. The restaurant, which is normally closed on Sundays, will open its doors from noon to 3 p.m. with exclusive brunch items like softly scrambled eggs with caviar, a pastry board and chicken hash. In addition to the special entrees and cocktails, some of Mirador’s lunch favorites will be on offer.
Unleavened Fresh Kitchen
Health-conscious breakfast, lunch and dinner spot, Unleavened Fresh Kitchen has opened its second location in Southlake Town Center. The all-day eatery has its original location in Lakewood, and plans to open two more DFW outposts within the next year.
Irving’s huge entertainment and dining development, the Toyota Music Factory, has faced some construction delays since it officially opened in September. However, at least one of the 25 anticipated restaurants and bars within the complex is up and running. Thirsty Lion Gastropub, a Portland-based beer and food emporium, is officially serving a variety of interesting eats and libations.
There are a plethora of beers, wines, cocktails, sharable snacks and hearty meals. We recommend stopping by for a pre or post-concert soft pretzel and ale next time you’re in the suburb.
Barrel & Bones
A new barbecue spot is smoking things up in The Colony. Barrel & Bones, craft bar and smokehouse, has been soft open for lunch and dinner for the last month, and will celebrate its grand opening on Thursday, November 30. Expect lots of meat, more than 200 bourbons and whiskeys, and a heated, dog-friendly patio.