Explore the freshest new businesses to debut in Dallas

Interested in exploring the newest restaurant and retail additions to Dallas? From a sushi restaurant to a cocktail lounge, read on for a rundown of the latest destinations to make their debut around town.


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New to Upper Greenville is Oishii, a sushi bar and Japanese bistro that can be found at 5627 SMU Blvd.

As explained on The Dallas Morning News, Oishii specializes in Japanese sushi and pan-Asian cuisine, serving dishes like phở, Singapore noodles, vermicelli and beef tataki. The restaurant now has two locations in the Dallas area.


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Meander over to 1919 McKinney Ave. in Uptown and you'll find the latest outpost of Cava, the Mediterranean chain.

This fast casual eatery is known for its menu of customizable Mediterranean-inspired meals, such as build-your-own salads, grain bowls and pitas, which come with a choice of protein and toppings like kalamata olives, feta cheese, pickled onions and fresno peppers.

Dallas Proper

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Dallas Proper is a cocktail bar that recently opened its doors at 2918 N. Henderson Ave. in Lower Greenville.

Dallas Proper serves a variety classic cocktails with a modern twist, along with small plates like tomato bruschetta skewers, hummus, crispy cauliflower flatbreads and a New York-style pretzel on its food menu.

The Peak Inn

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The Peak Inn is a bar that recently made its debut at 132 N. Peak St. in Northeast Dallas.

According to CultureMap Dallas, The Peak Inn provides a retro bar ambiance, complete with a jukebox, fireplace and pool table. The new watering hole also offers a late-night kitchen and menu of food items, including loaded waffle fries, burgers and pizza empanadas. 

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