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From shiny new homes For big-name cheFs and scrappy pop-up passion projects, new restaurant openings oFFer excitement and hope this Fall. brave new dining B y C a i t l i n C l a r k a t the end of summer ( o n e o f t h e stranger seasons of recent memory), news broke that Michelin-starred Carbone — a new york import not to be confused with the classic Carbone's on Oak lawn avenue — will open in the Dallas Design District this winter. it's the kind of flashy food announcement that our city's dining scene had grown accustomed to … then missed … as the events of 2020 unfolded with devastating effect on the restaurant industry. With this optimistic news, Carbone will land in the real estate vacated by Wheelhouse and Sassetta, which number among the Dallas restaurants that won't live to see the other side of the pandemic (although Sassetta may relocate). amid the gloom of closures, however, have come stories of coalitions and foundations formed to aid those in the industry and potentially strengthen it for our post-pandemic world. against all odds, there have also been a surprising amount of notable Dallas restaurant openings. the much-anticipated Elm & Good's chef Graham Dodds has debuted a menu with such offerings as whipped ricotta toast and a burger sourced from Battle Creek Farms. the restaurant's position within a Private dining at Elm & Good, Kimpton Pittman Hotel's in-house restaurant Cris Molina for KiMpton Hotels & restaurants Bay shrimp cocktail and shrimp chips at Krio Hot truffle chicken katsu, breaded chicken, and egg salad sandos from Sandoitchi Carl sullivan (Continued) 74

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