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The Atlanta-based Red Phone Booth, a speakeasy bar concept, will make its Texas debut in the greater Dallas area in late 2021.
In Uptown Dallas the old Circo space is getting a new tenant this spring, Bisou Dallas.
A Seattle concept geared toward motorheads, called The Shop, is coming to Dallas.
Once libraries only loaned books; now a range of items can be checked out, and the latest addition here in Dallas is a laptop including wi-fi access to hotspots.
The name Eddie Cervantes is known by many in culinary circles and to those who deeply appreciate good Tex-Mex in Dallas, and with the opening of a new eatery it will gain even more recognition.
It was recently announced that the Forbes Travel Guide had awarded the Ritz-Carlton, Dallas a five-star rating, making it the only hotel to receive one in the city, and one of only two in the state.
A long time Dallas favorite, the Dream Caf, which has been supplying diners with nutritious food at the Quadrangle for a third of a century, is moving to an even better location on McKinney Avenue.
Some good news for those living in Dallas and the rest of Texas is that due to Februarys fierce winter storm and the complications it put upon residents, the IRS has announced a 2020 tax filing extension.
The East Coast chain, Insomnia Cookies, has come to Deep Ellum and began offering chocolate chunk, salted caramel and snickerdoodle cookies for delivery, along with other desserts.
Mad for Chicken, a New York-based chain restaurant, will launch its first Texas location in the Dallas area.