Hello, Torchy's. Goodbye Tre Amici.

Well, we wish we could say the month of June was a great one with some long-awaited restaurants finally making their debut, but as they were coming, others were going.

As we said hello to the Torchy's, we were forced to say goodbye to Cafe Madrid in the Bishop Arts. As the new Brownstone Restaurant & Lounge finally open its door and brought back a Dallas favorite, chef Casey Thompson, Tre Amici Prime Steak and Seafood were closing theirs. No worries, foodie friends, just check out our coming-soon section to see we still have a lot of to look forward to.

After the jump is the June wrap-up of the restaurants that were, are, and will be.

Open Brownstone Restaurant & Lounge: The Fort Worth restaurant that brought Top Chef contestant Casey Thompson back to town is now open. Rock N' Taco: The new Uptown restaurant describes itself as "a little kinky and a whole lot of high class fabulousness." Torchy's Tacos: The Austin-based taco joint has finally landed in Dallas. Four Seasons Farmers Market: The European-style farmers market has opened up another location at Watters Creek in Allen. The Common Table: Brian Twomey and Corey Pond opened up the new eatery in the old Lola space on Fairmount, and we've heard nothing but good things about it.

Closed Carolina's Mexican Cuisine; The Plano location is now closed. Café Madrid: The Bishop Arts location is no longer open, but you still have the one on Knox-Henderson to order your tapas from. Catalina Room: The steak and seafood restaurant is no more. Aurora : Avner Samuel will close the restaurant on July 31. Tre Amici: Poor traffic closed this North Dallas steakhouse. The Boardroom: The Dolce Group says it's closed for the summer to reinvent itself, but the sign on the door disagrees. Great Harvest Bread:- The Snider Plaza location is closed because its landlord declined to renew its lease, but the Flower Mound location is still open.

Coming Soon Fin Sushi- The owners of Sushi Axiom will open the restaurant in the Ilume development off Oak Lawn. Pira- Pizza Patron's Antonio Swad is opening a Latin-themed restaurant and bar in the American Airlines Center Buttons - The Fort Worth restaurant known for their live music and southern-inspired cuisine will add a second location in Addison this September. Civic Tap Room- PGA golfer Nick Griffins is opening up a pub at Lovers Lane and Bluffview Boulevard in September.

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