At last, August has left us, bringing us that much closer to the promise of cooler weather. Someday soon, we hope. In the meantime, the month brought Dallas several new restaurants and wilted a few others. Read on for the full list of openings and closings and be sure to share tips about shifts in the scene in the comments section below or at email@example.com.
Emporium Pies (314 N. Bishop Ave.): The girls behind the pie company have set up shop in a quaint 1930s bungalow in Oak Cliff.
The Front Room, a Park Cities Diner (6101 Hillcrest Road): The restaurant located in the front of Hotel Lumen serves stylized comfort food(ie: a fried chicken sandwich, deviled tomatoes and a decadent banana split).
Go Loco Tacos: The Qdoba-esque chain is popping up in gas stations around town.
Cowboy Kitchen(101 South Oak St.): Jason Boso is opening Tacos and Avocados in its place.
Pop Diner (3600 McKinney Ave.): The 24-hour diner will pop up in the West Village.
The Londoner Pub (2817 Greenville Ave.): The Londoner pub will open in the Rhost space on lower Greenville this fall.
Jojo (2626 Howell St.): This new eatery and bar is scheduled to open in the fall.
Liberty Burger (5181 Keller Springs Road): The burger joint is taking over the space that once housed Snookie's, and opens early next week.
Pastazios New York Pizza (2519 Fitzhugh Ave.): The New York style pizzeria has popped up on Fitzhugh.
Cafe Des Artistes(1722 Routh St.): Lombardi Family Restaurants are taking over the space where Screen Door used to reside.
Jack's Southern Comfort Food (1905 Greenville Ave.): The home-style spot is scheduled to open in early October.
Craft and Growler (3601 Parry Ave.): According to its Facebook page, Craft and Growler is aiming to open in Fair Park in October.
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