Looking for something new this weekend? Look no further. These new Dallas restaurants should be on your radar:

Taylor Adams
Greenville Avenue Pizza Co. recently opened a location at Peavy and Garland roads in East Dallas.

Four New Dallas Restaurants That Should Be on Your Radar

Greenville Avenue Pizza Co.

GAPCo pizza fans no longer have to head to Greenville Avenue for a slice — the company recently opened a second location at Peavy and Garland roads in East Dallas. The menu is the same as the Greenville location, but this spot is nestled in East Dallas' most famous food neighborhood. After grabbing a pie to go, stop by Goodfriend Package next door to grab a bomber of craft beer.

Beth Rankin
Pick up Hello Dumpling's sesame noodles in peanut sauce ($6) across the street.

Hello Dumpling

Further proof that the corner of Garland and Peavy is the hot food neighborhood of the moment: Hello Dumpling, a fresh noodle, dumpling and bubble tea spot across the street from GAPCo. With a tasty, inexpensive menu and super-fast service, it's the ideal East Dallas lunch spot.

Beth Rankin
Fort Worth's Oni Ramen opened a Deep Ellum location.

Oni Ramen

Speaking of noodles, in Deep Ellum, the new Oni Ramen — a Fort Worth import — is now serving ramen bowls until 4 a.m. Friday and 3 a.m. Saturday. Try the Oni Reaper, which is so spicy that it comes with a challenge: Eat chef-owner Jesus Garcia's version of the Reaper, nearly three times as spicy as the classic Oni Reaper, in less than 12 minutes without drinking water.

Nick Rallo
Try the ShackBurger or Chick'n Shack with dill pickles.

Shake Shack at Preston Hollow

Shake Shack fans (and, judging by the rabid burger lovers who flock here, there are many), head to Preston Road and Royal Lane for DFW's third location — and don't leave without trying the Chick'n Shack.