Interested in exploring the latest destinations to debut in Dallas? From a tapas bar to a retro-style barber shop, read on to see the freshest new establishments to open for business recently.
New to Lower Greenville is an outpost of Enrique Tomas, a tapas bar and Spanish eatery that can be found at 2822 N. Henderson Ave.
According to its website, this global chain is known for its selection of tapas, wine and gourmet food products, such as cured meats and cheeses.
State Twenty-Eight Grill
Recently open at 2427 W. Mockingbird Lane, Suite 130, in Love Field Area is State Twenty-Eight Grill, a traditional American gastropub, offering salads, burgers and more.
On the menu, anticipate items like prime rib chili, stuffed jalapeño peppers, cheddar cheese fries, a chopped club salad, chicken tenders, shrimp and grits, vegetable quesadilla, assorted hamburger options and a list of po'boy sandwiches.
A newcomer to Trinity Groves, AvoEatery is a traditional American restaurant that serves desserts and sandwiches, settled at 3011 Gulden Lane, Suite 116.
AvoEatery specializes in fare that showcases the avocado, with menu items ranging from Asian shrimp avocado salad, Waldorf salad-inspired avocado toast and steak frites with avocado-herb butter to grilled avocado with spaghetti squash and noodles.
Alton's Old School Barbershop
Now open at 1911 Abrams Parkway, Suite 102, in Lakewood is Alton's Old School Barbershop.
Grooming services provided at Alton's Old School Barbershop include standard hair cuts, straight razor shaves, head shaves, buzz cuts and beard styling treatments.
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