November was a busy month for restaurant owners in Dallas, with several spots opening and a few closing their doors. Read on for the full slate, and be sure to share tips about restaurant openings or closings in the comments section below or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Del Frisco's Grille (3232 McKinney Ave.): Located in One McKinney Plaza, the 8,350 square-foot restaurant serves up everything from cheese steak eggrolls and ahi tuna tacos to steaks, schnitzel and meatloaf. They also boast an extensive wine and cocktail list.
Jandro's (703 McKinney Ave.): A mysterious press release showed up at the Observer headquarters last month announcing the grand opening of the new Mexican food restaurant located in the West End. A visit revealed what looks to be more of a club. Time will tell.
Campo Modern Bistro (1115 N. Beckley Ave.): The Oak Cliff bistro's menu has more 20 items to choose from, including, braised oxtail orecchiette with butternut squash and mushrooms, gulf shrimp taglierini with oregano pesto and sea urchin and cinnamon short ribs with braised romaine, raisin chutney and celery root.
Lazaranda Mexican Seafood Grill (5000 Belt Line Rd.): The Mexican seafood restaurant located in the Addison Walk complex at Beltline and the Tollway offers a menu full of fish, shrimp, ceviches, tostados, tacos, enchiladas and soups.
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Sundown at Granada (3520 Greenville Ave.): The restaurant and beer garden located next to the Granada Theater is set to open "soon" and is hosting a three-day job fair for prospective employees on Sunday, December 4th, Monday, December 5th and Tuesday, December 6.
Company Café (second location (3136 Routh St.)): Their Katy Trail location opens on Tuesday, December 6.
Townhouse Kitchen and Bar (13340 Dallas Pkwy): The Galleria will welcome Townhouse Kitchen and Bar some time this month, offering everything from salads and pork chops to burgers and sushi -- all apparently using market-fresh ingredients.