To say COVID-19 impacted businesses and restaurants would be an understatement. Some beloved eateries have closed while new transplants have popped up. We want to keep you informed, so here is the latest in Dallas news.
- Hot Chicks opened their Plano location and is looking to open two more locations in Dallas.
- Longtime Dallas restauranteurs, the Dickerson family, opened Bar None in the White Rock Lake area. Pickup orders are available.
- Monkey King Noodle Company opened its new Richardson location. You can order through Door Dash, too.
- Son of a Butcher opened a new location in Lower Greenville and has online ordering.
- A new coffee shop has opened in White Rock Lake, Well Grounded Coffee, with curbside pickup.
- If you missed the State Fair and Fletcher’s Corndogs, Corndog with No Name has a Northeast Dallas location and is looking to open in Park Cities soon.
- Far East Pizza Co. fuses Indian and Italian food in its Richardson restaurant. You can order through GrubHub.
- Not yet open, but in 2021 Ichi Ni San will open at the Second Floor at the Exchange Hall.
- Once by Zenner is also joining the Second Floor at the Exchange Hall.
- Monarch and Kessaku will open in the spring at The National.
- British Pub, Harwood Arms, has opened on (you guessed it) Harwood St.
- Originally a food truck, Taco, Bites & Beats took over the Taco Spot on Irving Blvd.
- Captain Nemo’s in Irving (post)
- Casa Komali (article)
- Cheese and Chutney
- Flying Saucer Addison
- Mot Hai Ba
- Punch Bowl Social
- Bullion has closed as of December 31st but is hoping to reopen in 2021.
- Cris and John is temporarily closed but looks to reopen in the coming months.
- Macellaio closed, but the sister restaurant, Lucia, is opening in its place.
- Cane Rosso opened an Arlington location.
- Christie’s Bar‘s Uptown location closed earlier in 2020 due to COVID-19 but will be reopening this weekend on Greenville Ave.
- Te Deseo is reopening tomorrow.