The Biggest Restaurant Closings of 2012
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.
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.
Undoubtedly the most ironic closure of the year. Leave it to Dallas to close a toprated Italian restaurant to open yet another steakhouse.