In this latest round of DFW restaurant openings, a Fort Worth concept expands into Dallas, fast-casual eateries help keep Dallasites fueled up on the go and a Filipino restaurant offers a new-to-DFW feast.
2701 Main St.
The beloved Dallas food truck Easy Slider has finally opened its first brick-and-mortar in Deep Ellum, and the open, airy, laid-back space fits right into the neighborhood with late-night eats and delectable sliders.
300 N. Coit Road, Suite 270, Richardson
Step outside your culinary safe zone and try authentic, flavorful Filipino fare at Koya's Place, a new Richardson restaurant that, for $55 for two, will treat you to a full Gamatan feast served on warm banana leaves. If you dig meat and seafood — and eating both with your hands in a laid-back atmosphere — this spot is a must-try.
5450 W. Lovers Lane
This new healthy fast-casual spot from the team behind True Food Kitchen is "gluten-lite" and has plenty of options for vegetarians, vegans and Inwood Village diners looking to keep it clean.
Salsa Limon's Flor De Mayo
411 N. Akard St.
With the new downtown bar and restaurant Flor De Mayo, beloved Fort Worth taqueria Salsa Limon expands into Dallas and brings flavorful, conscious and often-organic Mexican fare.
6713 W. Northwest Highway
Kickshaws Fast Gastro Food & Drink is fun, fast and casual, and the quick-serve restaurant offers quality items from many different cuisines, from crispy buttermilk fried chicken to a barbecue brisket banh mi to avocado toast. There's a kids' menu, too.
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