Mere days ago, we were marveling at a quartet of Dallas-area restaurants that had opened on the sly; now we’re back, with yet more restaurant news.
Meanwhile, Blue Bell ice cream is back, in limited supply — this time without listeria! Just the way you like it.
Here’s all the Dallas-Fort Worth restaurant news that’s happening now:
Biergarten, the German-style beer garden from colorful restaurateur Joseph Palladino, has opened in its perch in front of the Omni Dallas hotel downtown. Palladino, who already has pizza covered with Coal Vines and steak covered with Nick & Sam’s, is taking on German beer and German dishes, including pretzels, sausages, goulash, and a carving station with meat. The interior is tiled, and a patio features picnic tables.
The Skellig is now open in the former J. Black’s. It’s the latest concept from Feargal McKinney, who owns The Old Monk, Idle Rich, and Blackfriar Pub. A large selection of brews includes 20-plus beers on tap. There’s also a menu of pub food such as a cheese board, hummus platter, burgers, chicken and biscuits, a corned beef grilled cheese sandwich, and the classic Irish side dish of mashed potatoes and cabbage called colcannon.
The latest branch of Spin! Pizza has opened, this one in Dallas, by SMU. Spin is part of a wave of Neapolitan knockoffs who approximate that method of doing pizza but with a less exacting approach. Located at 5627 SMU Blvd., it’s the fourth Spin to open in Dallas-Fort Worth.
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