Revolving Doors: Restaurants Come In, and They Go Out
For the full scoop on restaurant openings and closings for the month of May, take a look at our list after the jump. Restaurants Opening in May
Burg-It, 1810 Preston Road -- The hamburgers and wings restaurant offers up burgers loaded with half-pound all-beef patties and their "lowest-price guaranteed" wings for 50 cents.
Love Shack, 115 East Hickory St. -- Chef Tim Love has brought his Love Shack to Denton.
Mesa, 118 W. Jefferson Blvd. -- Raul and Olga Reyes opened the Veracruz-inspired restaurant in Oak Cliff. The menu includes family recipes, from hand-made tortillas to mole sauce, and even provides vegetarian and gluten free options.
Heart Attack Grill, 1718 N Market St. -- The ever-so-kitschy hamburger joint has set up shop in the West End.
Mark & David's Italian Restaurant, 4906 Maple Ave. -- The newly opened Italian restaurant offers up pizza, pasta, hand-made crepes, antipasto and a variety of meat dishes.
Restaurants Closing in May
Atomic Sushi & Grill, 1718 N Market St. -- The sushi bar closed its doors, and Heart Attack Grill has moved into the West End location.
Rosita's, 4906 Maple Ave. -- The long-standing Mexican restaurant moved out and Mark & David's Italian Restaurant and Bar moved in.
Cowboy Chow, 2801 Commerce St. -- Jason Boso's Deep Ellum eatery is reportedly being replaced by another Buzzbrews.
Flippin' Out Crepes & Coffee, 4021 Belt Line Road -- The crepes restaurant and coffee shop will open it's doors in Addison in the near future.
Flying Fish Arlington, 300 E. Abram St. -- Flying fish is said to be opening a location out west.
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