Last month's Revolving Doors was all about the taco. This month it's mostly about expanding and starting over again. Oh, and closing, but lets not focus too much on that when we have so many new restaurants to look forward to this summer.
We mentioned in a previous Hash Over that Avila's is open again and will be celebrating their grand opening next month. Also, Inwood Tavern is under new ownership and recently celebrated their reopening and renovations with a party last week. Greenz Salad is closing their Addison Circle location and moving to the Beltline and Monfort area. Plano's New Flower Market bites the dust, Molto Formaggio is playing musical chairs with Crème de la Cookie, and a couple other spots are calling it quits.
The Londoner is adding on two new pubs up north in Allen and Frisco, while La Duni is adding a new restaurant and cupcake studio in Fairview. David Uygur finally named his new restaurant which he has christened Lucia. A new Irish ale house is taking over the old Tipperary Inn's space, and all your In-N-Out dreams are coming true in Garland.
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City of Aters, I present to you the May edition of Revolving Doors after the jump.
Avila's - The Maple Avenue restaurant is back in business after closing its door for a few months due to some, um, family drama.
The Londoner - The Frisco location is actually having their grand opening on Saturday, May 29.
J. Black's Feel Good Lounge - The popular Austin eatery and lounge opened up a second location in the Knox-Henderson area recently.
Inwood Tavern- The 46-year-old bar at Lovers and Inwood recently had a change of ownership and made some renovations. They are now open again for business.
Greenz Salad - The Addison location is leaving Addison Circle and moving to a new space off Beltline Road and Monfort. They will reopen the week of June 7.
New Flower Market- The Plano location shut its doors this month due to lack of business. No worries, the Henderson location is still open.
The Quinn - The Oak Cliff restaurant is officially closed after being in business for almost three years. We're going to miss their super chicken sandwich.
Liar's Dens- The McKinney Avenue bar wasn't even open for two years before deciding it was time to close up shop...forever.
Molto Formaggio- The cheese stop closed down their original location in the Preston Royal Shopping Center, but the Highland Park Village store will remain open.
The Londoner - The pub is also opening another location in Allen this summer.
Crème de la Cookie - The bakery is opening a second location next month in the Preston Royal Shopping Center. Want to guess where it's at? The old Molto Formaggio shop.
Neighborhood Services Bar & Grill - Nick Badovinus plans on opening up a third location. The plan as of right now is an upscale bar and grill concept.
Molly Maguire's - The Irish pub and restaurant will take over the old Tipperary Inn space.
Neo Pizza Napoletana - Charlie Greene, owner of Olivella's, is planning on opening up a new pizza place in Victory Park this summer.
In-N-Out - It's happening. The popular burger joint is making its way to Texas and opening up in Garland.
La Fiorentina - Dallas restaurateur Albert Lombadi is opening a Tuscan-style steakhouse in the Knox-Henderson area in late June.
La Duni Latin Kitchen and La Duni Ducle - The restaurant plus coffee bar and cupcake studio is scheduled to open at The Village at Fairview Shopping Center this winter.
Lucia - Former Lola David Uygur's new Italian restaurant in Bishop Arts finally has a name and it's Lucia.