Rosemont Opens, Bicycle Cafe Closes and More From a Very Busy June for Dallas Restaurants
June was another incredibly busy month in the Dallas restaurant scene. Dallas welcomed a ton of new restaurants last month, and alas, said farewell to a few. Read on for the full list and be sure to share tips about restaurant openings or closings in the comments section below or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Scott Reitz Rosemont's fish sammy.
The Oak Cliff Social Club (238 W. Davis St.): The new Oak Cliff watering hole, located in a historic building, boasts a 40-foot granite bar stocked with 150 bottles of booze.
Sandbar Cantina and Grill (317 Second Ave.): The new bar and grill in Deep Ellum has a massive patio where patrons can play beach volleyball.
Rock and Roll Tacos (2706 Elm St.): Rock and Roll Tacos is no longer a food truck; they now have their very own, non-mobile kitchen and dining room in Deep Ellum.
ACME F&B (4900 McKinney Ave.): The space that once housed Cretia's is now home to ACME F&B.
Bicycle Cafe (7501 E.Northwest Highway): The spot Cheap Bastard once referred to as "a land where everyfuckingone acts like it's totally normal to eat with sweating balls while wearing spandex everything" is up for sale.
Margarita Ranch (5321 Mockingbird Lane): The restaurant has moved out of its Mockingbird Station location and is relocating to Las Colinas.
Pearl Cup Coffee (2701 Custer Parkway ): The popular coffee shop is set to open a third location, this one in Richardson, in late August.
Quaker Steak and Lube: "The Lube" is set to open three locations in the region within the next year.
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