Bolsa Mercado, Oak and Other Openings and Closings from December in Dallas Dining

December welcomed a handful of highly anticipated restaurants, with Bolsa Mercado setting up shop just a few doors down from Bolsa, the design District's Oak opening its doors and the Galleria welcoming Townhouse Kitchen and Bar. Read on for the full opening and closing slate, and be sure to share tips about restaurant openings or closings in the comments section below or at dish@dallasobserver.com.

Openings Oak (1628 Oak Lawn): Owners Tommy DeAlano and Richard Ellman hired Plan B (Bolsa and Cedars Social) to create the new Design District restaurant.

Townhouse Kitchen and Bar (13340 Dallas Pkwy): The chic half restaurant, half bar opened its doors in the Galleria.

The Chesterfield (1404 Main Street): The restaurant and bar opened in downtown Dallas.

Bolsa Mercado (634 W Davis St.): The highly anticipated Bolsa Mercado opened its doors a couple of weeks ago, and only a few doors down from Bolsa.

Tate's (2723 McKinney Ave.): The Mckinney Ave. bar recently opened, and foodbitch sat down with two of Tate's bartenders for a boozy interview.

Company Café (second location (3136 Routh St.)): Their Katy Trail location opened on Tuesday, December 6.

Closings Aquadora (5301 Alpha Rd.): The North Dallas seafood restaurant has closed its doors for good.

Coming Soon Meso Maya (second location) : Meso Maya is supposed to open a second location in Luna's Tortilla Factory.

Sundown at Granada (3520 Greenville Ave.): The restaurant and beer garden located next to the Granada Theater will open its kitchen on January 13.

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