The Biggest Restaurant Closings of 2012


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Campo
The closure of this Oak Cliff restaurant, however, was less of a shock. Matt McCallister had become the identity of the place, far beyond his role in the kitchen. When he split, apparently the customers did too.

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Rohst
This closure wasn't much of a surprise either. Rohst's menu was all over the place, straddling Korean and American cooking with the occasional pasta dish thrown in just to keep things confusing.

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Nana
Undoubtedly the most ironic closure of the year. Leave it to Dallas to close a toprated Italian restaurant to open yet another steakhouse.



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Theguydownthehall
Theguydownthehall

It wasn't dallas it was the visitors that closed Nana. Folks come to Texas and want steak. It's what the visitors to the hotel asked for.

kergo1spaceship
kergo1spaceship

" We finally gave up and walked over to Fedora's"

do you wear assless chaps?

_______Top 10 stupid names for a resty:

10) Fedora's9)Hipster's By The lake8)Ink7) Doucher's Palace6 thru 2.....anything else that's trendy that makes a tight shirted, 30 thousand dollar millionaire feel cool and entitled.1) Hey Brah!

kduble
kduble

Reitz writes, of the Commissary, "...the service in his restaurant wasn't the best."

Whoah, that's a laugh! The one time my wife and I went, we were at a table 15 minutes and nobody even brought us a menu! We finally gave up and walked over to Fedora's, where we had a great time.

Rebecca Solomon
Rebecca Solomon

Horne & Dekker for sure. My friends and I still lament the hole in the brunchiverse it left,almost a year later!

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