Looking to hit some new restaurants this weekend? There are a few to choose from. And one you can cross off your list.
Named for the sparkling wines of Spain, Cava Restaurant, in the old Les Rendezvous spot at Preston and Royal, uses olive oils, fresh seafood, plenty of vegetables and fruit for their menu items, which are generally Mediterranean, but includes flavors from across the globe.
DiTerra's Urban Italian, on Lower Greenville, serves seafood and Italian dishes like pappardelle, gnocchi and pizza with a vino selection that includes decent red, white and sparkling wines. In a rush? Call ahead for curbside pick-up.
As of last week, bakery and restaurant M Cafe and Catering is serving panini sandwiches, salads, soups, coffee and baked goods at The Shops at Spanish Village, on the corner of Coit and Arapaho roads in North Dallas.
Although there seems to be new doors opening all over town, there's at least one big one that has closed for good. N9NE Steakhouse, in the ambitious (to say the least) Victory Park development, shut its doors Wednesday due to lagging sales and customer traffic. Diners who miss it will have to go to Las Vegas or Chicago to get their N9NE fix.
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Or I think we have one or two other steakhouses in Dallas.