Openings and Closings

Revolving Doors: Restaurants Come In, and They Go Out

The month of May has proven to be an eventful one. The Californian mega-chain In-N-Out Burger made its Texas debut in Frisco and Allen, The Cedars Social finally celebrated its grand opening, and plenty more new culinary establishments have popped up along the way. Not to mention, a few have closed their doors for good.

For the full scoop on restaurant openings and closings for the month of May, take a look at our list after the jump.

Restaurants Opening in May

Burg-It, 1810 Preston Road -- The hamburgers and wings restaurant offers up burgers loaded with half-pound all-beef patties and their "lowest-price guaranteed" wings for 50 cents.
Love Shack, 115 East Hickory St. -- Chef Tim Love has brought his Love Shack to Denton.
Mesa, 118 W. Jefferson Blvd. -- Raul and Olga Reyes opened the Veracruz-inspired restaurant in Oak Cliff. The menu includes family recipes, from hand-made tortillas to mole sauce, and even provides vegetarian and gluten free options.
Heart Attack Grill, 1718 N Market St. -- The ever-so-kitschy hamburger joint has set up shop in the West End.

Mark & David's Italian Restaurant, 4906 Maple Ave. -- The newly opened Italian restaurant offers up pizza, pasta, hand-made crepes, antipasto and a variety of meat dishes.

Restaurants Closing in May

Atomic Sushi & Grill, 1718 N Market St. -- The sushi bar closed its doors, and Heart Attack Grill has moved into the West End location.
Rosita's, 4906 Maple Ave. -- The long-standing Mexican restaurant moved out and Mark & David's Italian Restaurant and Bar moved in.

Cowboy Chow, 2801 Commerce St. -- Jason Boso's Deep Ellum eatery is reportedly being replaced by another Buzzbrews.

Coming Soon

Flippin' Out Crepes & Coffee, 4021 Belt Line Road -- The crepes restaurant and coffee shop will open it's doors in Addison in the near future.
Flying Fish Arlington, 300 E. Abram St. -- Flying fish is said to be opening a location out west.

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