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Just Say "N9NE": Victory Park's About to Get More Affordable, Diners.

Jeffrey Yarbrough, the man who shot Liberty Noodles

Our old pal Jeffrey Yarbrough surfaces this morning in the Dallas Business Journal, which notes that Hillwood has hired the former co-owner of Club Clearview and Liberty Noodles to revamp the menu in Victory Park, where it costs a fortune just to think about ordering. Though Hillwood's being coy about the new tenants of its expanded food court, the DBJ provides a tasting menu nonetheless: Tim Love's Love Shack, an Olivella’s outpost (it'll be larger, but only because it couldn't get much smaller) and a Thai eatery. Jeffrey's takeaway: "I don’t think Dallas [residents] can really afford to have a $150 meal every night." That's just psychological. --Robert Wilonsky

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Robert Wilonsky
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