Your Dallas Restaurant Openings and News for June
Patio flies, brace yourselves: Henderson Avenue watering hole The Skellig is building a beer garden, complete with fire pits and plenty of seating. The project is expected to be finished this summer, so assemble your crew now. (2409 N. Henderson Avenue)
Shake Shack has opened yet another Dallas location—this time, it’s Greenville Avenue. The newest spot opened its doors on May 27, joining six other outposts of the chain in DFW. (5500 Greenville Avenue, Unit 505)
Sad news for Cuban food enthusiasts—C. Señor has shuttered its beloved spot in Bishop Arts. Not all hope is lost though, according to CultureMap, owner Tony Alvarez has plans to relocate the stall to a new location in the neighborhood, though an official address has not been announced. (330 West Davis Street)
Knox-Henderson residents and frequenters may have noticed that Abacus has closed its doors. As one of Dallas’ longstanding fine-dining establishments, Jasper’s Restaurant Group pulled the plug June 1 in order to make plans for a new concept that will open later this summer. Stay tuned!
Jack Perkins’ Mockingbird Diner shuttered at the end of May following a Hail Mary switch to cafeteria-style serving. The spot occupied a massive A-frame building near Love Field and suffered from staffing issues. It was good, and it will be missed.
While you’re catching a Rangers game at Arlington’s Globe Life Park, be sure to check out their award-winning vegan food menus. The ballpark has been among PETA’s top rankings for vegan-friendly fare, but this year it took the number one slot as the most vegan-friendly ballpark in the country. (1000 Ballpark Way, Arlington)
via Eater, Dallas Observer, Culture Map