February was a busy month in the Dallas food scene. The highly anticipated Off-site Kitchen finally opened its doors, along with a handful of other eateries.
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 email@example.com.
The Foundry (2303 Pittman): Chef Tim Byres, Chris Jeffers and Chris Zielke, co-owners of Smoke, have taken over the old Jack's Backyard spot, and transformed it into a beer garden called The Foundry.
Chop House Burger (1717 Main St.): The burger joint on Main Street is not to be confused with the one with an almost identical name in Arlington.
Better Burger (5715 Lemmon): Sam and Kathy Vergos, whose family also owns Original Market Diner, opened Better Burger.
Sissy's Southern Kitchen & Bar (2929 N. Henderson Ave.):Sissy's Southern Kitchen & Bar is the long-awaited restaurant from Lisa Garza.
Bikini's Sports Bar & Grill (1350 E. Copeland): The breastaurant opened early last month.
Fish City Grill (2323 N. Henderson): The Henderson Avenue seafood restaurant has closed its doors for good.
Macho Nacho (4000 Cedar Springs): The lights are out for good at the Cedar Springs nacho restaurant.
Coming Soon: Max's Wine Dive: The restaurant is planning to open this fall in the old Borders space on the corner of Lemmon and McKinney avenues.
Capriotti's Sandwich Shop: The sandwich shop is opening a location downtown.
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